‘Alaskan Bush People’: Bear Brown Confirms There Will Be Another Season of the Show Following Billy’s Death

by Charles Craighill
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After Billy Brown, the patriarch of the Alaskan Bush People family died, many fans worried the show may not continue. However, earlier today, Billy’s son Bear cleared up that concern. In an Instagram post today, the Discovery Channel star asked his fans to ask him anything. He answered all of his fans’ questions about the show, his relationship, and just about his life.

In the comment section, Bear Brown answered all of his fans’ questions. Everything from whether or not the show would continue to whether or not he and Raiven Adams will get hitched. Luckily for fans, the answers to these questions were mostly positive.

For instance, One fan asked if Discovery would continue to film the show even after Billy’s death.

“Will there be another season coming soon?” the curious fan asked about Alaskan Bush People. Luckily, Bear Brown had some good news on all fronts. He responded to the prompt with a resounding yes.

Alaskan Bush People To Continue Another Season

After the Alaskan Bush People star Billy Brown died, the Brown family did not specify what would happen with the show. Some speculated that the show would end without the main star. However, the family had already filmed the next season before Billy’s death. With his Instagram post, Bear Brown seemed to guarantee that the show would continue for at least another season. Beyond the next season that they already have footage for, however, remains unclear.

When the news of Billy Brown’s death went public, the family planned and filmed a tribute episode. In that episode, each of the Alaskan Bush People children shared stories about their legendary father. For instance, Bear Brown recalled sitting in a hunting blind with his father and learning several life lessons.

“One of my favorite things to do with Dad when we’d go out and we’d hunt together was just sitting there in a blind and waiting or stalking through the woods,” Bear said of the Alaskan Bush People star. “I will always remember that about my dad and I will greatly miss the times we had and the times we won’t have again. But it will always be in my heart and I will always cherish those memories.”

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