Many fans were delighted when Alaskan Bush People Season 10 premiered earlier this month. Despite the very fact that the lives of Billy, Ami Brown and their children are being aired on small screens for quite some time now, there are still some viewers wonder if the show is fake. A lot of rumors about the validity of the show circulated for years, with a few people claiming that the series is scripted and that the entire clan is faking it from the sake of fame and money.
Recent reports suggested that little has changed in Alaskan Bush People Season 10 as the Brown family continue living in the Alaskan scrubland. It is claimed that Bill, Ami Brown, and their children are, now, using vehicles to transport from their home to the nearest town. In the previous installments, the brood had to take boats for hours just to get to the nearest seaport in Alaska.
There were claims saying that the clan does not live in the middle of the forest when the cameras are not rolling. This is, allegedly, opposite of what they portrayed the series' previous installments where they live a life away from civilization, technology, and other things that modern people could not live without. However, in Alaskan Bush People Season 10, viewers were given the idea that Billy, Ami Brown, and their children do not completely rely on the things around them to survive.
"Alaskan Bush People's entire premise was blown up long ago, and the Browns' Bush lifestyle has been exposed as an illusion, yet the show still draws enough eyeballs to warrant another season," TV Insider reported about Alaskan Bush People Season 10. "The viewers with a casual interest in the show have probably ditched it by now, leaving only the most vehement hate-watchers and spellbound superfans keeping the lights on at Park Slope," the publication added.
As for Ami Brown's health, the 54-year-old reality star is said to be free from cancer and is still in remission. Death reports swirled online after the show revealed that the wife of Billy Brown was diagnosed with a terminal stage lung cancer and was only given a three percent survival rate at the time. In Alaskan Bush People Season 10, avid followers of the brood could expect Billy and the Brown kids to continue taking advantage of Ami's good health. In fact, in the seventh season, Ami wanted to spend more time with her family more than ever while she was undergoing chemotherapy.
The new episodes of the series' new installment air Sundays at 9 p.m. on Discovery Channel. Stay tuned to Business Times for more Alaskan Bush People Season 10 spoilers, predictions, theories, news, and updates!