‘Alaskan Bush People’ Season 12 Premiere Date and Press Release: Extreme Weather

'Alaskan Bush People' Season 12 Premiere Date and Press Release: Extreme Weather

Alaskan Bush People season 12 finally has a confirmed premiere date. Also, Discovery Channel has released the press release letting fans know what can be expected from the Brown family when the show returns to the air. Keep reading to find out everything known so far about the long-running reality TV series.

Extreme Weather in Washington

Although viewers have watched the Brown family in Alaska, they relocated to Washington in order to get Ami Brown treatment for advanced lung cancer. She is now in remission and the family will be working to complete their dream cabin on the mountain before spring arrives. However, they will be faced with extreme weather conditions that could hinder their progress.

There are also Billy’s health problems and Gabe Brown becomes a father. It is teased in the press release that the Brown siblings must create a mega bonfire to try and thaw the frozen ground.

Alaskan Bush People Season 12 Spoilers

The press release from the Discovery Channel teases the following, “Gabe grows into his role as protector as he becomes a dad and learns to ride a horse to scout the property. Bear re-immerses himself in the wild as he struggles to cope with a devastating breakup. Noah gets inventive and builds the family’s first tractor snow plow and Bird takes her leather-crafting skills to a whole new level. Battling extreme weather and new life changes, the Browns put their family bond to the test as they race to complete the cabin.”

When Does Alaskan Bush People Season 11 Premiere?

It was previously speculated that the premiere date would be August 22. However, we now have confirmation that the actual date the show returns to the Discovery Channel is on August 23, 2020, at 8 pm.

What About Bear Brown’s Son?

There have been a lot of conflicting reports centered around Bear Brown’s infant son, River. Bear and Raiven Adams cut off their engagement and a bitter custody battle ensued. It was resolved in June and this month marks the baby turning five months old. While Bear has been posting on social media that he is getting to meet his son for the first time, Raiven denies those claims. But she says it’s not because she’s keeping the baby from Bear. She claims that Bear hasn’t made an effort to see his son, even though she allegedly offered to bring the child to him.

Be sure to catch up on everything happening with reality TV right now. Come back here often for Alaskan Bush People spoilers, news, and updates.

2 Comments
  1. Eloise Milson says

    I would like to know when Matt is coming back to the show. I really like him. My oldest son’s name is Matt.

    1. Annemarie LeBlanc says

      We expect him to show up in the new season which premiere August 23, 2020

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