Season 14 of Alaskan Bush People will start on Sunday, October 2, 2022, at 8 pm ET on Discovery Channel.
A year after their “beloved patriarch” Billy Brown died, the Brown family will return for the new season. In 2021, at age 68, he died at the Ranch after having a fatal seizure.
In the new season of Alaskan Bush People, the family moves back into the wilderness to keep their late father’s dream of living away from the grid alive. When it started airing in 2014, the show quickly became a favorite on the network.
Everything You Need to Know About Alaskan Bush People Season 14
In the new season of Alaskan Bush People, the Brown family will work together to get through new problems and heartbreaks.
In a clip from the show’s preview, Ami Brown, the family’s 59-year-old widowed matriarch, says that the last year has taught them that life is “precious and uncertain.” She also said that they are now beginning a new part of their lives, which is more like a new book.
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Gabe then said that after losing their father and having to leave their home because of the fire, they just “want to get back into the bush.”
In season 13, after Billy’s death and the wildfire, the family is more determined than ever to start over in the wild. But it doesn’t look like things are going to be easy for the family, since the teaser shows them facing different problems, like Bird being hospitalized, in the new season.
Noah wants to move his family back to the last frontier of the United States, but he is having trouble finding the right place to live. Bear is also moving back to the mountain with his wife and young son so they can raise him as Ami and Billy did with Noah. Gabe, their brother, is also trying to build a house on the mountain for his family before winter comes.
In the middle of all this, Ami and her son Bam are having trouble keeping their property profitable after a number of setbacks.
The Cast of Alaskan Bush People Season 14
Season 14 begins a year after Billy’s death, with Ami and her kids Bam, Gabe, Bear, Noah, Bird, and Rain facing new challenges. Most likely, Matt, the oldest son, won’t be in the show.
But Gabe’s wife Raquelle Rose and Noah’s wife Rhain Alicia will show up in season 14.
The first episode of Alaskan Bush People is called “Brave New World,” and it will air on October 2. Here is a summary of the episode:
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The Wolfpack goes in new directions because of their spring goals. Gabe and Bam make lumber out of burned trees, and Noah tells them about his big plans for Alaska. Bird faces a crisis that could change his life, and Bear and Raiven decide to start a family on the mountain.
Sunday, watch Discovery and see how the Alaskan Bush People deal with their new problems. Discovery+ will also be able to stream the show.
The new season can also be watched on Google Play, Vudu, iTunes, and Amazon Instant Video. Alaskan Bush People seasons that have already aired can be watched on the Discovery+ app or Vudu.
What Was the Brown Family Doing to Start the Season?
Snowbird woke up in a tent and talked about how much she loves living in the bush to start the new episode of Alaskan Bush People. She also talked about how much she hated it when their house burned down and they had to move to the city of Loomis. She doesn’t like being around people or following their rules. Rain was waking up nearby, and she joked that her sister was a squatter.
While this was going on, the Brown family worked hard to rebuild their house after a fire destroyed it. They couldn’t wait to get back to the bush, where they could be alone and in their “wonderland.” But it was clear that Bam Bam and Gabe had to work hard to get the ranch back to where it could take care of itself again. They needed water wells, places for the animals to live, and places for each of them to live.
But this meant that Gabe and Bam Bam had to get a lot of wood, which they did themselves. They knew that if they cut down the dead trees, they could use the wood to build barns, cabins, and fences for the animals on the ranch.
But not everyone wants to get back on their feet and stay with their families. Snowbird talked about leaving and said that she had been thinking about it a lot lately. She wants to find out where she belongs because she wasn’t sure if this was her life.
This hurts Ami, who said she worries about losing her children. So Noah said he wanted to think about leaving, too, and maybe going back to Alaska. Bear and Raiven talked about their problems at the same time, and the stage for the season was set.