Fans of Alaskan Bush People were treated to some exciting news over the weekend. The long-awaited new season will soon debut on Discovery after a long hiatus. The network announced the good news on its Instagram profile with a teaser trailer. Season 13 will be dedicated to the late Billy Brown. Discovery Channel released a statement saying, “The Browns rise from the ashes of a wildfire to face the loss of their beloved patriarch Billy Brown on a new season of #AlaskanBushPeople. 🤍”
Alaskan Bush People fans were also told to “Watch the new season, which the family has dedicated to Billy, when it premieres on @discovery and @discoveryplus September 19.”
A New Trailer From The Alaskan Bush People Has Been Released
The first sneak peek of Alaskan Bush People season 13 opened with Bam Brown’s voice and a view of the majestic mountain. Brown’s second oldest son stated, “Da told us one day we would have to carry on without him.” The new footage jumped right into the 911 call Gabriel Brown made on the freezing February night when his father died. Bird then speaks, saying, “Looking back, Da knew his time in this world was coming to an end.”
Although the Alaskan Bush People have lost their patriarch, they are now more determined than ever to fight for their total freedom. The new season will showcase a decisive year for the Browns.
Discovery Channel cameras will air footage of Billy before his death, as he talks about returning to nature and fulfilling his lifelong dreams. The father and Wolf Pack leader have his sons install zipper lines and mine for silver and gold.
The Brown family even goes back to Alaska, with Bird admitting he heard the call. The boys revisit Brown Town, where the family started their business.
The film appears to have all of Billy’s sons making an appearance, except Matt Brown, who left the series a few years ago.