Alaskan Bush People

Alaskan Bush People

The Alaskan Bush People is History Channels surprising successful Outdoor Reality TV Show consisting of 51 Episodes in the first 3 Seasons. The Alaskan Bush People is a family of nine who’ve survived in the Alaskan Bush for over thirty years. Together, Billy Bryon Brown and his wife Amie Brown have seven children ages fourteen to thirty-three years old. The children’s names are Matt, Bam-Bam, Gabe, Noah, Snowbird or Birdie and the youngest daughter Rain. All the kids were home-schooled and raised in the bush and a commercial fishing boat their entire lives.

Is Alaskan Bush People Fake?

As far as popular Outdoor Reality Show’s being a little fake with staged scenes for the Show, it’s safe to assume the Alaskan Bush People is high on the list. Perhaps that’s what’s made this outdoor reality show so famous filming scenes like shooting at deer with the cover still on the scope? It’s  Billy Brown’s Net Worth in 2016 is now estimated over $1 million. Who would’ve thought this poor struggling Alaskan Family really are millionaires. The real story about the Brown Family and the Alaskan Bush People TV Series can be traced back to one of many books Billy’s written throughout the years called ”

The real story about the Brown Family and the Alaskan Bush People TV series can be traced back to one of many books Billy’s written throughout the years called “ONE WAVE AT A TIME“. The Brown Family’s recreated several scenes from this book on their Outdoor Reality Show. The real-life wolf pack slowly building Brown Town on Chichagof Island near Hoonah, Alaska.

 

Alaskan Bush People Episode Guide

Alaskan Bush People Season 6

 

Watch Alaskan Bush People Season 1

  1. Episode 101 – “Raised Wild”
  2. Episode 102 – “Human Wolf Pack”
  3. Episode 103 – “Blindsided”
  4. Episode 104 – “Fight or Flight”
  5. Episode 105 – “The Wild Life”

Watch Alaskan Bush People Season 2 – Episode Guide

  1. Episode 201 – “Breaking Free”
  2. Episode 202 – “Return To The Wild”
  3. Episode 203 – “Welcome To Brown Town”
  4. Episode 204 – “Birdie Get Your Gun”
  5. Episode 205 – “Pile It On”
  6. Episode 206 – “On The Prowl”
  7. Episode 207 – “Home Alone”
  8. Episode 208 – “Now or Never”
  9. Episode 209 – “A Wolf Pack Divided”
  10. Episode 210 – “Rise of Brown Town”
  11. Episode 211 – “Divide and Conquer”
  12. Episode 212 – “Bloodlines”
  13. Episode 213 – “A Big Gamble”
  14. Episode 214 – Rocky Seas”
  15. Episode 215 – “Sink or Swim”
  16. Episode 216 – “Never Give Up”

Alaskan Bush Season 3 Episode Guide

  1. Episode 301 – “Block and Tackle”
  2. Episode 302 – “Shots Fired”
  3. Episode 303 – Rock, Paper, Skipper”
  4. Episode 304 – “Ballad of Billy Brown”
  5. Episode 305 – Dock-U-Drama”
  6. Episode 306 – “Dead in the Water”
  7. Episode 307 – “Alarmed and Dangerous”
  8. Episode 308 – “Bush Heart”
  9. Episode 309 – “Paradise Lost”Episode 310 – “The Wolf Pack Returns”
  10. Episode 311 – “Driving Miss Daisy”Episode 312 – “Winter Watch”Episode 313 – “Growing the Wolfpack”
  11. Episode 314 – “Surviving the Lower 48”
  12. Episode 315 –
  13. Episode 316 – “High Tide Housing”

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22 thoughts on “Alaskan Bush People

  • 24/06/2016 at 8:40 pm
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    I love this show. People can analyze,disect, and criticize the family, then I say don’t watch it. I just like the refreshing feel of the show with all the crime and crap like the kardashians, dancing w stars, how unexciting. Bush people are refreshing but keep a little excitement by showing their love, family values, and sometimes peaks your interest with a minor crisis,, like Billy’s health issues. Good for the Browns and thanks to the DC they keep us entertained without violence, crime, and sex. If your so cynical don’t watch it. I personally find it refreshing! Thank you DC.
    Sharon, dover,nh

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  • 08/07/2016 at 6:43 pm
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    I say screw it!,I’m happy for them and every dollar they make,good for them!..They don’t need to be politically correct,or socially amused,maybe if there was less jealousy in this world,we could all live that way too….Leave them alone and focus on yourself and your own abuse!!!….screw it, I hate jealousy!!!!!

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  • 19/07/2016 at 11:45 am
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    I think the whole ethos of living wild is maintained throughout the show. Any person with an ounc3e of logic will know that certain aspects of the show must be left to directors discretion.With a book the author leads you with words the director of bush people has to develop segways to navigate through situations. Of course they get paid it is the law!!! Gee wiz cut some slack and appreciate the moral and cultural education that isn there for all to onsume. If you are a critic then simply CHOOSE ANOTHER CHANNEL!

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  • 22/07/2016 at 5:50 pm
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    great moral family show, the kids seem to be hard working and a great bunch, what is the problem with haters??

    Debbie

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  • 23/07/2016 at 8:13 pm
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    I think if your own kids would respect you like their do it would be better in this day and time. I love their show.

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  • 24/07/2016 at 10:47 pm
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    Love the show, no matter what they say. Will continue to watch.

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  • 06/08/2016 at 9:10 am
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    I love the show. I don’t care what others think, I will continue to watch and I give them a 10+

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  • 27/09/2016 at 7:17 pm
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    The ability for this family to sustain their lifestyle is amazing. There is a ingrained respect for each other and the kids both young and old love their parents and like wise. These folks eat, sleep, and incorporate living in nature. They profess to know our Lord so that gives the show an A+. I also find it student that they were accused of fraud when all the kids were born in Alaska and they have always lived in Alaska. No permanent address.

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  • 20/10/2016 at 3:42 pm
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    I give the family show a +10. Luv this show. I will watch the show as long as it aires and reruns also. You can count on no drugs cursing drinking around the campfire and there is love between mom and dad, such a good example to the children on how to treat a girlfriend or future wife. There is sibling rivalry between the boys, all families have it going on but no rivalry between the girls, all love there. Vote: 10

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  • 06/11/2016 at 8:15 pm
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    Best show on TV since it first aired. Great story lines – how is Matt doing, has Bam found true love, what will Noah come up with next, etc. I love this family as though it were part of my own and I care about what happens to them. So what if it is partly scripted!! I like to see what each week brings to them – have never watched a boring show yet. I have a renewed appreciation for Alaska and I am taking my 4 daughters to Alaska next June to see the places I have been telling them about for years. Score this show a 10+ and count me in on watching it, reruns and all, as long as we can keep it on air.

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  • 08/02/2017 at 8:34 pm
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    Good show , makes you feel good after watching it , Stress free..

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  • 08/02/2017 at 8:37 pm
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    I like to show , not as well as American Pickers but really close

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  • 21/02/2017 at 9:53 pm
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    I love the alaskan bush people it’s a nice change from all the other stuff on tv good wholesome clean tv it’s a nice change and exciting to see what they will do next

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  • 22/02/2017 at 10:11 pm
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    This show is so freaking fake. Billy Brown reminds me of Dog the Bounty Hunter. All talk no action. Both do NOTHING but bark orders and then take credit for what gets done. What a freaking joke. They make so much money per episode, they can afford to fly whatever they need in. Barter for stuff my left foot.

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  • 28/02/2017 at 8:13 pm
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    Love them give them a 20 sone us need to live like that keep up good work one day i love meet family………..
    Look at them every day all day

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  • 02/03/2017 at 1:16 am
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    It’s of course it is a reality show. The Browns were a ban of hippie randerers in Alaska when hired as actors to play the roles of the Alaskan Bush People, who live in the Alaskan bush. They are very good actors and are very entertaining. They are also very wealthy, because of how much they are paid for their roles. When not filling, they have been seen in Hawaii, Texas, Nevada, etc. don’t all actors go home so to speak when not filming? So do the Brown’s. I accept all of this and enjoy the show much like I might enjoy going to watch wrestlers, knowing that it’s fake, but enjoyable.

    Can’t wait for new year when they bring their girlfriends to live in brown town (that is, for filming).

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  • 30/03/2017 at 11:49 pm
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    I live in Australia and have always wanted to live like the Browns do be it fake or real, there is people all over the world that would and do live like they do including myself.
    I am bummed to find out that the boys are really married. If the “matchmaker” had of done a world wide search I would have been clawing to get at top of the list to meet Matt.
    What woman could resist a gentleman, flaws and all !

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  • 24/06/2017 at 10:12 pm
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    Funniest show so fake except for rain they all need a bath and a haircut who do they think they are kidding with their total bs

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