Alaskan Bush People season 8 is on fire! ABP returned after completing a number of hurdles, and it seems like their hard work paid them well.
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The Brown family finally came back after getting through several mishaps, from Noah’s emergency gallbladder surgery to Gabe suffering from flu-like sickness. Most importantly, the matriarch of the family, Ami Brown, had been through a long battle against cancer.
After Ami was diagnosed with stage three lung cancer last spring, she underwent intense radiation and chemotherapy treatments at UCLA Medical Center. For that, the Brown family had to relocate from their homestead in Alaska to a rented home in Southern California.
Amidst the rumors of the show’s cancellation, they announced that they will film the eighth season in Seattle, Washington. As of now, Ami is in remission, and so doctors have suggested them to stay near to civilization for the easy access to medical centers.
Now, Billy Brown has stated that they will not be returning to Alaska and will be living on their 400-acre property in Washington, which is easily accessible. They started their new journey facing severe weather in unfamiliar surroundings, but the fans surely missed Browntown. Originally in Alaska, the Browntown has now been shifted to Colorado.
After all the mishaps and problems that they had to face, the most awaited ABP season 8 started airing on Sunday, August 19, and that also with a bang. The new season arrived a bit late than viewers anticipated and it seems the most awaited season is beating down many highly rated shows. As per Showbuzz Daily’s Top 150 list, on Sunday night, had 3.4 million viewers. It seems like fans will get to see more adventures of the Browns in the years to come.