Next Episode of Alone: Frozen is
Six of ‘Alone's strongest participants from past seasons return to put their survival skills to the test for a second time. Dropped off on the frigid North Atlantic Coast of Labrador, Canada just as winter is setting in, and battling howling winds, constant rain, and North America's most fierce cold-weather predators, survivalists will set out to last fifty days in a location with the densest population of Polar Bears in the United States and face extreme conditions worse than any previous season of Alone. With just a few supplies and their previous experiences to learn from, the survivalists who go the distance will win their share of the $500,000 cash prize.
Frost arrives and changes the landscape, creating new priorities for the participants; some deal with the consequences of a diet with no diversity, while others battle major shelter issues; the competition wears on the survivalists
The changing landscape presents unique challenges and new opportunities for the participants as they try to maintain their weight. One participant's milestone celebration reminds them how far they have to go, while another tries to move forward after a major setback. With more than three weeks to go, they dig in to grab their share of $500,000.
As the final three participants inch closer to the 50 day finish line, they're forced to adapt their strategies as they consider what their share of $500,000 is really worth to them. One survivalist comes face to face with a four legged foe, while another sets their sights on an overlooked source of meat. Heavy snow and frozen waters make the desolate wilderness even harder to tame.
Despite the deep freeze and cruel temperatures, the final two participants march onward towards day 50. While small victories buoy their spirits, the survivalists struggle knowing that at any time the smallest mistake could send them home. With a shot at history on the line, they dig deeper than ever before to make it to the end.
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