Alaskan Bush People ended its most recent season with a glimpse at the future. However, fans want to know if the show will be back for another season to pay off the building blocks from this season.
Here is what we know about the possible return of Alaskan Bush People for a 15th season.
Is Alaskan Bush People coming back for Season 15?
There is no official word from Discovery Channel about whether Alaskan Bush People will be back for Season 15. However, it is a smart bet that the Brown family will return for another season and possibly more after that. According to Parrot Analytics, Alaskan Bush People sit at 98.3 percent for all reality TV shows based on demand. This means that there is a higher demand for the show than 98.3 percent of other reality TV shows in the United States.
It also has 9.5 times the demand of the average TV series in the United States over the last month, and that is even after the season ended. With such high demand, it seems like the very vocal haters of the Brown family on social media are a small minority, or people hate-watch the show when it airs. Whatever the reason, as long as Alaskan Bush People remains this popular, Discovery Channel should keep airing the series.
What is most impressive is that Alaskan Bush People aired its most recent season after Billy Brown’s death. Some people might have tuned in to see how the family moved on from his death, but siblings like Noah Brown, Birdie Brown, and Rain Brown kept people enthralled throughout the 14th season as they all faced major difficulties in their lives.
What will happen in the new season of Alaskan Bush People?
If there is a Season 15 of Alaskan Bush People, the storylines are already set up, and there are some others that fans could guess based on the last season and real life. The two main storylines should rotate around Noah Brown and Rain Brown.
Noah is moving back to Alaska with his wife and two kids next spring/summer. Since this season filmed from January through the fall months, that could mean filming Noah’s move and then showcasing him setting up his new home on the island in Alaska he purchased. This should sell the season to fans who missed the family living in Alaska.
As for Rain Brown, she wants to chase her dad’s dreams of gold on their mountain home in Washington. In the season finale, the Brown family learned that there is gold in the mountain. Rain wants to set up her new mining operation there on the mountain and start looking for gold with her sister Birdie by her side.
Other storylines could involve Birdie’s future plans. She learned she had two tumors this past season and chose babies in her future rather than a hysterectomy. However, cancer is always looming for Birdie. Both Gabe and Bear began building homes for their families, but they never finished them during the recorded season. Gabe finishing his home could be important. However, Raiven just left Bear, so there is no telling how that story will play out.
Finally, Bam and mother Ami finally sold their first cattle from the ranch, and they want to make it profitable for their future on the mountain.
Do you want to see Alaskan Bush People return for another season in 2023? What do you want to see on the Discovery Channel series? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.
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