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Alaskan Bush People

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"Alaskan Bush People" is a reality-documentary series that introduces the Brown family -- Billy, wife Ami and their seven grown children who -- according to Discovery -- are interesting because "they are unlike any other family in America." The channel says they are so far removed from civilization that they often go six to nine months each year without seeing an outsider. They refer to themselves as a "wolf pack" and, perhaps due to isolation, have their own accent and dialect. The Browns live in the Copper River Valley, where temperatures can drop to 60 degrees below zero, and the family recently relocated and built a cabin there because, they say, their former home of many years was seized and burned down for being in the wrong location on public land.

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As the first snow falls, the Brown family makes a risky attempt to move their temporary shelters closer to the barn in hopes of bringing father Billy back home; Noah uses his ingenuity to prepare for Rhain Alisha's first winter.
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A medical emergency on the Wolf Pack's ranch forces the family to become more resourceful as they continue to build their dream on the mountain; Gabe's hasty leap toward marriage has the family concerned.
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As bold new predators get increasingly closer to the family's ranch, the Browns devise inventive solutions to defend their livestock; Gabe's long-distance girlfriend makes her first, long-anticipated visit to the mountain.
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The Wolf Pack seizes an opportunity to stockpile meat with their first-ever buffalo hunt; brothers Noah and Bam build a mine-cooled meat locker while keeping the ranch running in anticipation of the family's return.
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The Wolf Pack's quest for complete freedom takes a big step forward with livestock, including a risky 2,000-pound longhorn bull; Noah and his wife, Rhain Alisha, arrive to start making their new life on the mountain with a monumental announcement.
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The Wolf Pack races to complete the first major build of their new ranch; the Brown family adds a new member as Noah walks down the aisle to become the first married Brown.
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The Wolf Pack braces for a looming wildfire that threatens completion of the barn; Ami and Billy return with an important health update.
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Barn construction is all hands on deck, but family confronts Bam when he chooses to pay more attention to his own projects.
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Ami prepares for a critical doctor checkup; Billy grows concerned about progress on the homestead; a rogue bear destroys Bam's new beehives forcing the youngsters to rebuild the hive and save the bees before it's too late.
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A medical emergency forces the family to become more resourceful; the family is concerned about Gabe's hasty leap toward marriage; as the first snow falls, the Brown family makes a risky attempt to move their temporary shelters closer to the barn.
aired 47 days ago
The Browns are back in this first look at the wildest season of "Alaskan Bush People."
aired 53 days ago
Noah invents an ingenious device to rid the home site of moles; Billy gives daughter Rain major responsibility as barn construction goes full bore at the ranch.
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Disaster strikes as floods plague the region; the Browns must balance the fate of their new community with the success of their homestead.
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The Browns begin an ambitious barn build, the key to Billy's grand vision; Noah returns reuniting the entire Wolfpack for the first time since Alaska.
aired 122 days ago
The Wolf Pack seizes an opportunity to stockpile meat with their first-ever buffalo hunt; as bold new predators creep increasingly closer to the family's ranch, the Browns devise inventive solutions to defend their livestock.
aired 122 days ago
Never-before-seen footage and insights reveal how the Browns struggled and persevered during their first spring on the mountain.
aired 133 days ago
The Browns try to close a deal to help restore their dream of a wind turbine but Browntown runs out of gas; Noah gets some bad news from his girl.
aired 133 days ago
Billy bites off more than they can chew; a rogue bear is playing havoc with Browntown and a nearby logging camp.
aired 133 days ago
The hopes for the wind turbine are threatened when Bear and Gabe make a miscalculation; Noah and Rhain reunite and move their relationship further along; Matt takes on a project to up Browntown's ability to store food supplies.
aired 133 days ago
The Browns cross open water and face insurmountable odds as they search for the final pieces to accomplish their off the grid dream; Noah misses his girl; Bam surprises Billy and Ami with an announcement.
aired 135 days ago
The Wolf Pack wrestles a 2,000-pound longhorn bull on the family ranch.

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