Next Episode of The Last Alaskans is
Season 3 / Episode 2 and airs on 30 March 2017 01:00
The Last Alaskans chronicles the daily rituals of four families choosing to live in seclusion, vast distances from each other as they overcome harsh arctic conditions, frustrating setbacks, and aggressive wildlife while they survive in one of the last great unspoiled and unforgiving wildernesses on the planet. In the refuge, prop planes, canoes and dog sleds replace the modern luxuries that most people take for granted. Humans cohabit with the animal world and often share the same emotions and struggles while they discover that they are not necessary at the top of the food chain. Utilizing an authentic and organic approach to document the weeks leading up to and during the winter season, The Last Alaskans sets a distinctive and vibrant tone unlike any other docu-series before to completely immerse the viewer into a world that would otherwise be lost in history. Complete with stunning aerial shots via drones and a pace that honestly depicts the lives of nonconformists who choose to live off the land and off the grid, the eight-episode series provides viewers with an unbiased look and deep exploration into the unique perspectives of America's last frontiersmen and their loved ones.
As the Arctic Circle's short summer nears its end, the Last Alaskans begin their preparations for another winter on the trap-line.
As the Last Alaskans settle in to their fall routines in preparation for winter's trapping season, several visitors make their way out to the cabins; Heimo and Edna roll out the red carpet for their youngest daughter, Krin, and new grandson, Colby.
The Last Alaskans are finally home; Heimo and his youngest daughter, Krin, hunt for caribou; the Seldens have helpful visitors and an exciting announcement; Bob arrives back at his cabin.
The Last Alaskans gear up for trapping season; Heimo's newest cabin may have been invaded by a marauding bear; Tyler and Ashley are in full swing building a new home for their growing family.
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