The Season Finale of “Alaskan Bush People” already closed out the regular season on Discovery Channel, but that doesn’t mean that fans have to do without any new Brown escapades just yet. Tonight, in a behind-the-scenes look at the show, fans will see more about how the Browns themselves are involved in what makes it to air and what just does not.
Many hours are filmed when making a reality series. As one can imagine, going through the hours of footage and making a decision of just what to keep and what to cut can be a chore, to say the least. And, depending on where the Browns are at any given time, it can be even more difficult to get the job done. Was it easier filming the Browns on their trip in the lower 48 this season, or is it actually easier to just get them back in Browntown and get the footage there? And, do the Browns themselves have any influence on what makes the cut?
Tonight, according to Discovery Channel, on a new post-season “Alaskan Bush People” special:
9 p.m. ET/PT: ALASKAN BUSH PEOPLE
A look behind the lens at the countless hours spent to bring bush life to the lower 48 and how Brown luck influences what makes it to air.
So, whether or not the Browns have actual edit power, it sounds like their infamous “Brown luck” has the power to change things in the edit room; stay tuned to find out more tonight.
And, don’t forget to stay tuned for the Raney family following the Browns, on new series “Homestead Rescue” According to Discovery Channel, on episode “Bearanoia”:
10 p.m. ET/PT: HOMESTEAD RESCUE
The Raney’s rush to a failing homestead in Colorado where they find husband Don makes a 40 mile mountain commute each day, leaving his wife alone, terrified to leave the house because it’s surrounded by bears and mountain lions.
It’s going to be a revealing night on Discovery Channel, so stay tuned!
“Alaskan Bush People” airs on Discovery Channel on Friday nights at 9/8c; “Homestead Rescue” follows at 10/9c.
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