‘Alaskan Bush People’: How to Watch Final Episodes Featuring Late Billy Brown

by Quentin Blount

In the wake of Billy Brown’s tragic passing, many Alaskan Bush People fans are hoping to remember the Discovery channel star in his last TV moments. On the bright side, there’s really no better time than the present for fans to stream the show.

The Discovery Channel show was a hit for many outdoorsy folks out there. As a result, the tragic death of Alaskan Bush People patriarch Billy Brown has hit many fans hard. And it goes without saying that it has certainly hit his closest family members hard as well.

But fear not fellow fans, we have you covered on how to watch the epic show and relive some of Billy Brown’s best moments.

How to Watch ‘Alaskan Bush People’

Although new episodes of Alaskan Bush People air live on the Discovery Channel, you can still catch Billy Brown and his family deep in the wilderness on other platforms.

For the fans out there who don’t have cable, the show can be live-streamed on FuboTV. The service even offers a seven-day free trial before then charging $59.99 per month. FuboTV also offers other TV shows, live sporting events, and more.

Further, you can also stream episodes of the show on Sling, Philo, and Hulu + Live. Hulu + Live also offers customers a free trial for their service as well.

And for those that do manage to stream the show, you can catch the latest episode. Season 12 Episode 103 of the series is the most recent and it is a tribute to the legacy of the great Billy Brown. The episode officially premiered on the Discovery Channel on February 28.

Bear Brown Speaks Out After Father’s Death

The wilderness-themed show followed the life and experiences of Billy and Ami Brown. Alaskan Bush People also follows their children, Matt, Bam Bam, Bear, Gabe, Noah, Bird, and Rain.

Bear Brown was the first and has arguably been the most vocal in the wake of his father’s passing. The 33-year-old often takes to his Instagram page to cope and grieve alongside fans of the show. In Bear’s first post following Billy Brown’s seizure, he said that his dad was his “best friend.”

“He was our best friend – a wonderful and loving dad, granddad and husband and he will be dearly missed,” Bear wrote on Instagram. “He lived his life on his terms, off the grid and off the land and taught us to live like that as well.”

Since that first post, Bear has posted several other updates and photos to his page. Meanwhile, his siblings have also spoken out recently about their father as well.