Many fans are now thrilled for the up and coming Alaskan Bush People Season 8. Aside from the Kardashians, Ami Brown and her family are among the most-followed reality stars today. Now, new reports suggest that another installment of the popular Discovery series will be aired next month.
Ami Brown, Billy, and their seven children have been documenting their lives for more than three years now. The clan is known for giving a wide berth to the modern society in preference for a simpler life in an isolated part of Alaska. Though the show has been involved in various controversies, avid followers are still looking forward to the yet-to-be-confirmed Alaskan Bush People Season 8.
Radar Online previously shared that the imminent new installment is going to be different from its predecessors. The entertainment news outlet claimed that the upcoming Alaskan Bush People Season 8 will focus more on the battle of Ami Brown against stage-4 lung cancer. It was also reported that, aside from Ami and Billy, Bird, 22; Gabe, 27; Noah, 24; Bam Bam, 33; Bear, 30; Matthew, 35; and Rain, 14, are coming back for another season.
Though speculations about Ami Brown and her family already filming the forthcoming installment have been making rounds for quite some time now, it should be noted that Discovery Channel has not yet formally announced the renewal of the show. Last month, Snow teased on Twitter that Alaskan Bush People Season 8 is likely to premiere in May 2018. However, reports suggested that the account of Billy's daughter has been made private a few days since she made the announcement.
A separate Radar Online report claimed that Ami Brown and the rest of the clan have already filmed some episodes of the supposed Alaskan Bush People Season 8 in Washington. The news outlet stated that the family moved from Beverly Hills to a $500,000-worth mansion in Omak. The said property, reportedly, has a total of 10 "massive" bedrooms.