At 31-years-old Bear still runs through the wilderness and howls at the moon. Once married, this Alaskan Bush People celeb can offer his bride wedded bliss in a double-wide shipping container home. Or at least it looks that way on this Discovery Channel reality show.
Alaskan Bush People: Bear Brown Third Brother To Bring Future Wife to Mountain
As reality shows go, this is one happy ending for Bear Brown. He’s bringing home a bride to the Alaskan Bush People compound just like two of his brothers before him. Now a new generation begins with Billy Brown and Ami Brown having one grandchild and another one on the way.
Now that other women make a fuss over the wolf pack boys, it looks like Ami’s dinner table becomes smaller and smaller. But it also looks like the chances of the Alaskan Bush People series surviving grows larger. A Bear Brown wedding alone would spike up the ratings.
While many of the show’s viewers are happy for Bear and Raiven, some see it as security for the show to go on. When the last season of this Discovery Channel series came to a close, they were down a few million viewers.
Before this new season rolled out, Bear Brown introduced Raiven Adams on his social media accounts. Along with this comes a promise that fans will get to see her on the show. The ratings this season climbed back up. Below Bear makes a big reveal – he put a ring on that finger and it looks like Raiven’s showing it off in the photo.
Ratings Bring Security – Is Raiven Adams Part of Bigger Plan?
A few different factors could figure into the tanking of the ratings last season and the boost of ratings seen so far this season. With Bear’s introduction of a new love interest probably playing some part in this season’s rating surge. The Discovery Channel put the Alaskan Bush People in a 10 pm Sunday night time slot last season. It also followed one of the networks lowest-rated shows.
This season the series is back in their original time slot of 9 pm. It also follows one of the highest-rated shows the Discovery Channel offers, which is Serengeti. So these factors may have played a part in the ratings as well.
Now with the ratings back up there and a Bear Brown wedding looming, things look pretty good. So will Billy Brown get another season out of Alaskan Bush People?
With Bear Brown and his girlfriend Raiven Adams announcing their intent to marry, they’re going to need some sort of fiances to live on. It doesn’t appear as if anyone on the show has an outside job. Sure, the family plans to live off-grid. But can the family really live with only what they produce off their land?
Alaskan Bush People: It Costs More Than a Few Chickens Today
This living off-grid includes relying on the land for food. But it’s 2019 and it’s going to be hard to trade chickens for medical care if a baby should come along or someone gets sick. Besides, getting a chicken away from Snowbird may prove futile after watching her with her “pets” on the last episode.
So unless Bear Brown is a financial wizard who’s invested his money from previous seasons of Alaskan Bush People, what will this couple live on? Shipping containers at the top of a windy frigid mountain in the winter is bound to get old.
Veteran fans of the Brown clan know that the family lives elsewhere in between filming the Alaskan Bush People seasons. Reports put some of their off-season digs quite luxurious.
But that makes the case for the need for an income even stronger. Bear and Raiven, just like the rest of the family, need money to live on. So it seems that the show must go on or some may have to find employment elsewhere.
Brown Boys Need to Provide For Their New Families
Noah Brown and Rhain Brown have a baby son, Elijah Brown. Gabe Brown and Raquell Brown expect their first baby in November. So with the family growing, these Brown boys need to provide for their families.
So Alaskan Bush People getting yet another season sounds like an important piece for these happy couples. Will a Bear Brown and Raiven Adams wedding gather enough interest to roll out more seasons after this season comes to a close?
Who can’t wait to see Raiven Adams prepare Bear dinner in their double-wide shipping container after he shoots, kills, and skins the main entre every day? For sure this will entice the viewers to their Sunday night destination of the Dicscovery Channel for more Alaskan Bush People.
Tune in to the Discovery Channel Sunday nights at 9 pm for more new episodes of the Alaskan Bush People.
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