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‘Alaskan Bush People’ Officially Returning For Season 14

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Alaskan Bush People finished up Season 13 with the death of patriarch Billy Brown and his family’s reaction to their loss. However, once that season was over, no one knew if that was the end of the road for the Brown family.

Billy Brown was in charge of all business affairs for his family. He led the way on the show, making the financial deals, and keeping them going since their television debut in 2014. With Billy gone, someone has taken the lead. Whether it is Ami Brown or one of her sons, Alaskan Bush People is officially returning to Discovery Channel. Here is what you need to know.

When is Alaskan Bush People returning?

Fans have been asking about Alaskan Bush People returning for a new season. When Noah Brown brought up the fact he had a YouTube page coming soon with his family, one fan asked if there would be a new season of the show. Noah’s response was that he couldn’t talk about it.

Gabe and Bam Brown from Alaskan Bush People.

Bear Brown then posted a question on his Instagram page. He shared a picture of Batman and Joker and asked if fans were ready for a new Alaskan Bush People season. Then, he asked them to raise their hands if they were. He also posted an emoji of a raised hand, making it seem like he was ready for a new season.

Now, it is Bear Brown that has revealed the big news. A new season of Alaskan Bush People is coming, and it’s sooner than anyone might have expected. With no advanced word that filming was underway, it seems Discovery Channel always planned on bringing the Brown family back for more. Bear posted, “The new season of Alaskan Bush People returns!!!!! Sunday October 2 at 8pm on Discovery and Discovery+
A lot happens this season! Marriage, medical issues and Alaska! Y’all don’t want to miss it!!!!”

Alaskan Bush People on Bear's IG account

What will the new Alaskan Bush People season be about?

The post gave some big hints. First of all, Bear said there would be “marriage” on Alaskan Bush People this season. This means that cameras were rolling when Bear married Raiven earlier this year. This occurred almost one year after Billy Brown died. Bear and Raiven married on January 16, 2022. There were also some struggles after that for Bear and Raiven, as Bear went to jail for domestic abuse allegations. One wonders if the show will include those moments. What will be there will be Raiven’s pregnancy with her and Bear’s second child.

He also mentioned medical issues. There has been no word on members of the family having serious problems. Has Ami Brown struggled at all after Billy’s death? Ami battled lung cancer in 2017, but has survived that fight. Bam Bam Brown was also involved in a car accident that resulted in a death, so that might play out, as well.

Finally, the big hint was “Alaska.” Remember, the Brown family does not live in Alaska anymore and are in Washington now. They needed to get Ami Brown closer to hospitals, although they were still too far away to get Billy to help when he died. However, in Alaskan Bush People Season 13, Rain, Bird, and Bear all made a return to Alaska. There was also some controversy lately when they returned, and former neighbors had some not-so-nice things to say about them. That trip will almost surely play out this season.

With so much happening with the Brown family, are you excited to see a new season of Alaskan Bush People returning to Discovery? Let us know in the comments below.

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  1. I will be glad to see Alaskan Bush People return for a new season. I like to watch what the family goes through and see the beautiful moments and challenges they face together against all odds. My heart goes out to the family for their losses, I am grateful for every moment they shared with myself and others on the air. I hope they keep the show going throughout their lives 🙂
    You make me feel like one of the pack, Bless you all

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