Alaskan Bush People Season 9 Spoilers: Ami Awaits Birth Of First Grandchild
Many people who have gone through life-threatening experiences swear that they appreciate and enjoy every little thing in life. The same goes for Alaskan Bush People matriarch, Ami Brown, who now awaits her first grandchild after surviving late-stage lung cancer.
The Browns Return To TV
The Browns are returning to our TV screens for another season of “Alaskan Bush People.” The trailer has been released and the family teases of a whole new chapter happening for the family. They experienced a lot over the past year, and the new season will showcase how they are moving on with their lives after what seemed like their darkest hour.
In the clip, patriarch Billy said, “We just want to get back to who we are.” The Browns may have left the bush in Alaska, but they are the same family. After Ami’s cancer treatment, the family has settled in the wilderness of Washington state. “This is an entirely new chapter,” Bam added.
Same Family, Different State
They have been setting up their new homestead, and Billy has a huge dream in setting up their own ranch. “We’re building something from generation to generation.”
And who’s more grateful for being able to see the next generation of the Browns but Ami. “I thank God he let me live to see that,” Ami says tearfully, talking about her first grandchild from Noah and Rhain coming in late Spring.
Brown Family Update
Aside from the new addition to the family, another reason to celebrate is Matt’s sobriety. The eldest in Brown siblings battled alcohol addiction last year and checked in a treatment facility six months ago. He has completed the treatment and is now back on track with his life, going into new adventures.
Ami has also been doing well. Although the cancer cells are still there, the disease has not grown or spread. She still goes through regular checkups and according to Radar Online, a source said that the most recent one “went really well and the doctors are dumbfounded at how miraculously she has been recovering.”
“Alaskan Bush People” Season 9 premieres on March 3, at 10 p.m. ET on Discovery Channel.