Next Episode of Alaskan Bush People is
This spring, Animal Planet takes a journey deep into Alaska's bush, where naturalist and adventurer Billy Brown, along with his wife, Ami, and their seven children, chooses to live life on his own terms, connected to wild nature and bonded to each other. In the new series Alaskan Bush People, the family of nine strives to be self-sufficient against all odds- often shunning modern society to live off the wilderness and to walk where no man has ever walked before. After the tragic death of his parents and sister that left him orphaned at 16, Billy Brown vowed to live life on his own terms and create his own family to reclaim the love that he lost. With Ami by his side, Billy traveled the lower 48 states and eventually found home in the sprawling landscape of the last frontier, where they have spent most of the last 30 years raising their children. "Our family is doing what is natural for human beings to do. We survive on what we hunt, fish, trap and barter for," Brown says. "We explore, we wander, we live. If you think about it, it's the life we were meant to live."
The Brown family is ready to return to the bush, and although they are ready to get to their new land, setbacks may cut the journey short.
The Browns head to their new home, where they have bears for neighbors; an old friend comes to the rescue.
The Browns set up their home site; when the boys' skills seem rusty, they must prove to Billy that they still have what it takes.
As the family begins looking for food in the woods , they quickly realize that there's stiff competition--bears. With supplies running low, Birdy steps up and goes hunting on the bears' turf to provide for the clan.
The Browns begin to build their home; when a big storm hits, the family suffers a setback; Matt creates a home for himself.
Billy strikes a barter for windows for their new home. Matt and Noah check the local junkyard for additional materials. While grabbing lunch in town, the boys meet some locals girls and invite them back to their property for a unique style of bush dating.
The Browns increase their defenses after finding rogue bears near the home site; Billy must seek medical help; the children build a raft to help move lumber.
As the Browns struggle to get the walls and roof of their house built, winter arrives. While working through the snow, a series of setbacks threatens to derail all they've worked hard to achieve.
The Brown family is ready to move into their new home when Ami requires immediate medical attention and must travel to a big city for surgery. Meanwhile, the pressure is on the boys to secure a wood-burning stove so the family can stay warm over winter.
The Browns move into their new home and look toward the future. After living in the same house as the family for 32 years, Matt creates his own one-of-a-kind tire house. Ami enlists the help of an Alaskan matchmaker to find mates for her five grown boys.
Matt and Bam must bring back meat for the family; the Brown children search for egg-laying chickens; Bear goes on his first official date.
Ami is forced to confront her past and the life she left behind years ago, while the Brown boys work a tough demolition job to salvage goods to complete their new home.
After Billy is offered a deal on one-of-a-kind boat, the Brown family is faced with a life-changing decision. Meanwhile, youngest brother Noah kindles a new relationship in town.
Billy and three of his sons travel home on their newly purchased boat; Matt and Noah work on an improvement.
A snow storm threatens the Browns' first hauling job; a deal threatens the wolfpack's freedom; Noah considers marriage.
The Browns get their first official job for the hauling business; serious issues arise with the boat; the future of the family is threatened.
Footage from Season 2; members of the Brown family discuss the challenges of documenting their lives in a remote area.
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