‘Alaskan Bush People’ Alum Could Possibly Return to Show

by Madison Miller

A very unexpected guest could be dropping by to visit the Brown family over on Discovery’s “Alaskan Bush People.”

Seeing as we’ve met several odd characters over the 13 different seasons of the show, possibilities seem endless. The possible guest in question, however, is none other than Raiven Adams. fans of the reality series know her as the very on-again, off-again girlfriend (at one point fiancée) of Bear Brown.

The two have broken up and gotten back together several times over the last few years. Adams and Bear Brown also have a son together, River.

Raiven Adams Possibly Coming Back to ‘Alaskan Bush People’

Raiven Adams has appeared on the series several times in the past. Recently, she made comments on TikTok that had some “Alaskan Bush People” fans thinking she may be coming back. She revealed that she is not living in Texas at the moment. Instead, she is staying with Brown in Loomis, Washington.

According to Monsters & Critics, she has not directly confirmed that she moved permanently to Washington. Her recent posts just indicate that she is with the rest of the Wolf Pack at the moment. Locals have also reported seeing her. Nothing is confirmed regarding an appearance on the show.

Despite all the drama she’s been involved with, Raiven Adams clearly doesn’t regret joining the series. One person commented criticizing her appearance on “Alaskan Bush People.” Adams replied simply, “stay mad.”

When it comes to relationships, few are just as up-and-down and confusing as Raiven and Bear. The two met in August 2018 at Noah Brown’s wedding. They got together soon after and even got engaged in 2019. They broke up two weeks after getting engaged, but Raiven was also pregnant at the time. She stated he was abusive as well.

In September 2020, the two met up again in order for River to finally meet Brown. Between rumors that they are together, and possibly even got married in secret, Raiven and Brown certainly have the fanbase’s attention.

If you want to see if Raiven returns to the Wolf Pack, “Alaskan Bush People” airs on Sundays at 8 p.m. ET.

Raising River

Sadly, the “Alaskan Bush People” family had to say goodbye to patriarch Billy Brown who passed away on February 7.

When River turned 1, Bear Brown revealed that he started calling him “Little Billy” to honor his father. “Today is my boy’s first Birthday!!! River is officially one year old! I’ve also taken to calling him Little Billy, in honor of Da, I know without a doubt, my Dad would be proud of me! I will try my hardest to be as good as a dad as he was!” he wrote in an Instagram post on his private account, according to People.

Luckily, Billy Brown did get to meet and hold his grandchild before he passed away.