Alaskan Bush People is a reality television series released in May 2014. The show was filmed on the Chicago Island in Alaska during its early seasons but was later moved to Okanogan County, Washington. The American scripted reality show has now run for about 9 seasons so far featuring about 85 episodes. The show, which is believed to be scripted, is still termed a reality show despite uproars by fans, followers, and critics.
The series is based on the acts of survival by the Brown family in a particular wilderness secluded from society and modern civilization. It currently ranks among the notable reality series and following the successes recorded by the previous seasons, the question that remains on the hearts and minds of everyone is whether season 9 signaled the end of the franchise or whether there is actually going to be a follow-up season. Read on as we unravel our findings in this regard.
Seasons Overview Of Alaskan Bush People
The American reality television show, Alaskan Bush People, is centered mainly on the Brown family which is headed by their father, Billy Bryan Brown, and mother, Amora Larene Branson Brown. Others are five sons and two daughters. The fourth, Gabe Brown and fifth son, Noah Brown are the only married children of Billy and Amora. They welcomed a grandchild from their son Noah and his wife, Rhain Alicia on February 26, 2019, whom they named Elijah Connor Brown.
We know that the first season of the series aired on Discovery Channel on May 6, 2014 and ended on June 15, 2014. The second season of Alaskan Bush People started airing in December 2014 and ended in its 9th episode on February 20, 2015. The third Season ran for almost three months starting from May 22, 2015, and ending after the release of the 11th episode on the 7th of August 2015.
The fourth season which had about 10 episodes ran successfully from November 4, 2015, to January 6, 2016. It took well over three months after season 4 ended before season 5 started its broadcast on April 29, 2016, and ended on July 29, 2016, with a total of 13 episodes. The season 6 of the Alaskan Bush People series comprised of 13 episodes beginning from December 7, 2016, and ending on March 15, 2017.
Alaskan Bush People season 7 was first aired on June 21, 2017, and its 8th and final episode aired on August 23, 2017. Season 8 of the alleged scripted show had a total of 9 episodes. It started almost a year later after season 7 ended and the curtains were drawn on it on September 30, 2018. The 9th season was quite a short one having just 6 episodes. It was aired first on March 1, 2019, and had its last episode on March 31, 2019.
Is The Alaskan Bush People Over, Is There Still Going To Be A New Season?
Alaskan Bush People has been on for quite some time now ever since it premiered on Popular American television network, Discovery Channel, in May 2014. The show has since gone on to run for an impressive 9 seasons, showing about 85 episodes in total. The American reality franchise has also come under heavy scrutiny and criticisms owing to the very fact that it is scripted. That notwithstanding, the appetites of the show’s fans and followers were left very wet when Season 9 of Alaskan Bush People ended after just 6 episodes making it the shortest season after season one which ran for just 5 episodes.
Fans, however, have been pondering if season 9 of the Alaskan Bush People actually marked the end of the franchise. The basis for the assertion is due to the fact the preceding season before it had about 9 episodes and then this one had just 6 episodes. However, it was revealed by popular American entertainment gossip site, Radar Online, in April 2019 that the show has been given the go-ahead to be renewed for yet another season. This implies that the widely acclaimed television show is definitely not over and that season 10 is in the making and is expected to drop soon.
The details regarding the release date of the new season are yet to be disclosed. However, rumors making the rounds on the internet suggest that season 10 of Alaskan Bush People is currently in the works and will begin its broadcast around the later part of 2019. As has often been the case, the cast will remain the same with just a little alteration that has not been disclosed.