‘Alaskan Bush People’ Rumors: Will Ami Brown Be Involved In The Filming Of Season 8?

There has been no official announcement from Discovery Channel or Alaskan Bush People on Season 8. Fans are left to follow the clues.

Recently it was reported that the Wolfpack had started a road trip. There were photos taken in Arizona but Ami wasn’t shown. All fans knew was that she had started the second round of chemotherapy. Later it came out that she had not tolerated the treatment and it had to be put on hold.

Earlier this week, a photo of Billy Brown pushing Ami in a wheelchair was taken in Trinidad, Colorado. It was posted in the Facebook group “Alaskan Bush People Exposed.” The photo sparked the comments of support and speculation that Ami may be in Colorado for the taping of Season 8 with the family. It also triggered more questions for those that feel the family may be faking her illness for the sake of ratings.

Ami Brown had said in an interview that she had been given only a three percent chance of survival. All comments by her family members had led fans of Alaskan Bush People to believe that she was very weak and at one point the word came that she was bed bound.

Rain Brown is very active on social media and she has posted several pictures, tagging herself in Trinidad, Colorado in at least one of them. According to The Hollywood Gossip, the family wasn’t expected to return to their new homestead until it was time to begin filming Season 8.


As for Ami, we will have to wait and see. She is with the family, and they seem to be preparing to film another season of Alaskan Bush People. As close as the family is, Ami should be involved in the show in one way or another. She may not be there for each episode, but it would be a safe assumption that she will be seen at some point in Season 8.

Do you think the Brown family has made their way to Colorado to begin filming the next season of Alaskan Bush People? Do you think Ami will participate in the filming or sit the season out? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.

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