Alaskan Bush People Season 9 Spoilers: Browns Struggle During First Spring On The Mountains — Rhain And Noah Move In
Alaskan Bush People is returning for another season this Sunday on Discovery Channel. According to the synopsis, the reality docu-series will pick up with the Browns establishing their dream ranch on the mountain.
Family Buys 2,000 Lbs Longhorn Bull
They begin to bring in livestock, and that includes a 2,000lbs longhorn bull. As it seems, Noah and Rhain, who are expecting their first child, have moved in with the family.
“The Wolfpack’s quest for complete freedom takes a big step forward with livestock, including a risky 2000lb longhorn bull. Noah and his new wife Rhain Alisha arrive to start making their new life on the mountain with a monumental announcement,” the synopsis the episode titled “Bull by the Horns” reads.
Noah And Rhain Move In
Noah and Rhain announced in November that they are pregnant and they are expecting the baby in late spring. Ami, who was diagnosed with late-stage lung cancer last year, is grateful for being able to see the next generation of their family.
“I thank God he let me live to see that,” Ami says in a preview clip of the new season.
Browns Move To Washington State
Alaskan Bush People teases that it’s going to be a new chapter for the Brown family as they settle on their new land in the wilderness in Washington state. They may be far away from the Alaskan bush, but it’s the same Brown family.
“We just want to get back to who we are,” Billy said.
Never Before Seen Footage
Meanwhile, the second episode titled “This Land is Our Land” that will also air on Sunday will feature never before seen footages of the Browns’ first Spring on the mountains.
“Never before seen footage and exclusive insight reveal how the Browns struggled and persevered during their first Spring on the mountains,” the synopsis reads.
Fans could also hope to get a look of Gabe’s wedding to Raquell Rose. They secretly tied the knot on January 14, with Noah officiating the ceremony. It was an intimate ceremony but Gabe revealed to People that they are planning to have a bigger celebration later this year.
Alaskan Bush People Season 9 premieres on March 3 at 10 p.m. ET.