Since the patriarch of the Alaskan Bush People family died in February, some family members have been particularly active on social media. Billy Brown and Ami Brown’s 29-year-old son, Gabe Brown, recently posted a message of loss and grief.
Gabe left the wild life and Alaskan Bush People after the birth of his daughter, Sophie. He married his wife Raquell in January 2019. Gabe Brown had left Instagram and returned in late April with several new posts.
According to his Discovery Channel bio, Gabe has been in love with the ocean since he was three years old. He loves to do forest-related tasks that require all kinds of muscular strength, such as grabbing heavy wood. He’s also fluent in sign language and has pursued his love of art.
Bear Brown is also very active on social media. He is the one who broke the news of Billy Brown’s death. Matt Brown has also posted about his recent struggles on social media. He has been on the outs with his family after two separate allegations of sexual assault. Recently, Matt also posted a video claiming that his father took all of the money from the Alaskan Bush People and did not share it, among other serious accusations against the family.
When Is Season 13 of Alaskan Bush People to Air On
Alaskan Bush People has aired for 12 seasons so far. As Discovery Channel describes them, “They’ve developed their own dialect, refer to themselves as a ‘wolf pack,’ and sleep together in a one-room cabin. They’re unlike any other family in America.” Following Billy Brown’s tragic death, it remains unclear whether the show will return for a 13th season. In many ways, Billy was the foundation of the Remote Family.
Ami Brown has also had personal health problems in recent years. In fact, the family moved to Washington, D.C. to be closer to medical treatment after she was diagnosed with lung cancer. Both because of this and because many family members are dealing with their own issues, the future of the show is unclear.
It’s also unclear if they would want to continue without Billy Brown by their side. Bear Brown had posted about season 13 prior to his father’s death. It looked like it had already been filmed, meaning the season would still include the late patriarch of The Alaskan Bush People.However, the family and the Discovery Channel have not made anything clear about the show.