Discovery Channel mega-hit series “Alaskan Bush People” ended on a shocking note last week, leaving Billy and Ami waiting expectantly on the beach while oldest Brown son, Matt, chose to stay in counselling and not return to the Brown family “wolfpack.” Tonight, in a special post-season episode, the Browns look back on the season, and relive their time in the Lower 48.
Fans appear to have been, overall, supportive of Matt, and have lauded his decision to step forward and admit his problem to his family and, in fact, the world. We still cannot help but wonder if leaving the so-called “wolfpack” would not be better for some of the “kids” overall, at least for awhile, so they can get lives of their own. But ultimately, of course, that is a decision they will each have to make for themselves.
Tonight on this special look back, according to Discovery Channel:
In this special episode, a deeper look into the Brown’s time spent down south. And in never before seen footage brothers Bear and Bam commemorate their time in the Lower 48 in an extreme way.
Will there be an update of Matt’s progress in counselling? We hope so, but, as we’ve learned along the way, anything can happen when it comes to the Browns. So, we will definitely be staying tuned for tonight’s “Alaskan Bush People.”
Following the Browns, fans should stick around and meet the Raneys, if they have not already! This new Discovery Channel reality program not only showcases the Raney family–expert homesteader Marty Raney, along with his daughter Misty Raney, a farmer, and son Matt Raney, a hunter and fisherman–giving it their all to help struggling homestead families, but also demonstrates how set in their ways families can be, even when those ways are failing to the point of no return. Tonight, on all-new episode, “Winter’s Fury,” the Raneys help the struggling Russell family in Pennsylvania; read more about the Raneys and tonight’s episode right here on TVRuckus.
“Alaskan Bush People” airs on Discovery Channel on Friday nights at 9/8c; “Homestead Rescue” follows at 10/9c.
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