The Brown family returns to Discovery and Discovery+. On Sunday 2 October, the new season of Alaskan Bush People premieres. It follows the Brown family’s journey forward after the devastating loss of family patriarch Billy Brown.
The last time fans contacted the Browns, they were struggling in the immediate aftermath of Billy’s death. The 68-year-old died in February 2021 after suffering a seizure. The 13th season of “Alaskan Bush People,” which aired in the fall of 2021, followed the surviving Brown family as they laid their father to rest and reflected on his impact on their lives.
The new season picks up about a year after Billy Brown’s death. His family navigates the changes in their personal lives while also struggling to keep alive their father’s dream of living off the land. They are also dealing with the aftermath of a devastating wildfire that forced them to leave their home in Washington state.
Alaskan Bush People season 14 premieres Sunday, October 2, 2022 at 8 p.m. ET on Discovery. Episodes will also be available to stream on Discovery+.
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Billy Brown’s disappearance has given the rest of the Brown family a new perspective on life and a renewed commitment to embracing their unique way of life. “This last year has taught us life is precious and uncertain,” Billy’s widow Ami says in a teaser for the new episodes. “It’s like a new chapter,” she adds. “Actually, it’s more like a new book.
After Billy’s death and the forest fire, the Browns are more determined than ever to return to their roots. But it’s not without its challenges. The teaser shows how the family struggles with various obstacles as they embark on the next phase of their lives.
For some family members, that means returning to their home state of Alaska. Noah plans to move his family back to America’s last frontier, but finding the right place to settle is harder and more dangerous than you might think. Noah’s sister Bird also wants to return to Alaska, but an unexpected health crisis forces her to reconsider her plans to move, and she must also reconsider her plans to start a family.
In the meantime, Bear moves his city-born wife, Raiven, and their young son to the mountains. His brother, Gabe, is also trying to build a mountain home for his family before winter arrives. And back on the ranch, Ami and her son Bam struggle with various setbacks to keep their property profitable.