The premiere of the “Alaskan Bush People” season 4 airs this Friday on Discovery and a sneak peek shows the Browns returning to their homestead in the bush.
Browntown has remained dormant the last three months while the family remained in Seattle to get help for Billy’s health issues, but now they’re all returning so they can rebuild their home, People reports.
As season 4 of “Alaskan Bush People” shows, the Browns are seen working hard to make on improving their homestead to make it better and stronger. In their absence floods have made ruined everything and the family has more than their work cut out for them. Bill also struggles through a leg injury.
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Noah also gets hurt when he slips and was hurts himself while walking. A member of the camera crew twists his ankle when members of the family are hunting deer up in Alpine. Everyone tries making him as comfortable as possible, but he’s not too happy when he’s unable to get footage of Gabe getting a deer with one shot.
Coverage of the family’s legal issues regarding the pleads that Billy and Bam (Joshua) took for the family over lying about residency to accept funds from the state will be addressed as well.
A big reveal will also be thrown in this season of “Alaskan Bush People.” Apparently there’s rumor that Billy and his wife, Ami, have a “secret daughter.”
“30 years. We’ve heard nothing from her,” Billy says in the clip.
“I’ve never forgotten her,” adds Ami. “She will always be our daughter.”
As the couple says all of this there’s a scene of a woman stepping off of a plane.
“Alaskan Bush People” season 4 premieres May 6 at 9 p.m., ET on Discovery Channel.