|Alaskan Bush People|
|Narrated by||Asa Siegel|
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of seasons||12|
|No. of episodes||108 (list of episodes)|
|Production locations||Chichagof Island, Alaska, Coordinates 57°57'31"N, 135°38'05.77"W, and Palmer Lake, Washington, Coordinates 48°54'00"N, 119°37'03"W, Camper at 48°47'50.5"N 119°35'30.0"W|
|Running time||Approx. 42 minutes|
|Production company||Park Slope Productions|
|Original network||Discovery Channel|
|Original release||May 6, 2014 –|
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Alaskan Bush People is an American scripted, docudrama-style reality television series that follows the Brown family in an attempt to survive in the wilderness, detached from modern society. The series premiered on the Discovery Channel on May 6, 2014. Filmed on location near Hoonah, Alaska and Chichagof Island, with later seasons filmed on location in Okanogan County, Washington, it follows the extended Brown family's life. Although purportedly a genuine reality TV show, it is criticized for being scripted and/or fake.
In April 2019, Radar Online learned that the show has been renewed for a 10th season. On November 13, the show was renewed for season 11 which premiered on December 4, 2019. Season 12 premiered on August 23, 2020. In August 2020, cast member Bear Brown posted on Instagram saying that the family's home had been destroyed in the 2020 Washington wildfires. The family's father, Billy Brown, died at age 68 on February 7, 2021, after suffering from a seizure.
Alaskan Bush People is being renewed on the Discovery Channel for season 10, RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned.