With Dale and Shane nearing the end of their 90 days in the wile, Randy begins having second thoughts about calling his sons back home; but health concerns with a family member force the boys to make a painful decision.
A fluke accident with their gas can sends Randy & Kole into civilization to replenish. Dale and Shane stumble upon evidence of a wolverine, the highest prize a trapper can get. While on the hunt, they spot a signal flare and try to track its source.
To avoid over-trapping their area, Randy & Kole go north to set up a new trapline. The boys also explore north of their cabin, but after a snowmobile wreck, they decide whether to take a 4-day walk home or press forward in search of Randy and Kole.
Dale & Shane have their winter meat stolen by wolves and must hunt for more in the dead of winter. Back at the Barks' cabin, Randy & Kole discover they have a wolf problem too, and must use their ingenuity to outwit the wolves and find a solution.
Randy & Kole check their line in the bog hoping to get done before Kole's birthday party, but Kole ends up lost and at risk of having to spend the night in the freezing cold. Dale & Shane also become stranded on the way home for Kole's birthday.
The boys go ice fishing for bait, but it quickly takes an unexpected and potentially fatal turn, while the Barks’ help Grandma and Grandpa Griz avoid having their cabin flooded by clearing out a beaver dam, bush style - with some dynamite.
Dale & Shane face a decision: find heat and eat later or hunt risking another frigid night in the wild. Kole struggles to step into his new role as Randy's right hand. A fallen tree on the Barks' skinning shed raises concerns for the whole family.
In northern Saskatchewan, the Barks have been trapping as a family for years, but now, the two oldest sons are heading into the wild on their own, splitting up their family for the first time and tackling the wilderness' many obstacles separately.
Deep in the Alaskan wilderness lives a newly discovered family who was born and raised wild. Billy Brown, his wife Ami and their seven grown children are unlike any other family in America. The Brown family must work together to survive against the odds.
It's the deadliest job on earth: crab fishing off the Alaskan coast on the icy Bering Sea. These adventurers will battle Arctic weather, brutal waves, and a ticking clock for big money in this modern-day gold rush from which they may never return.
The Captains of Dutch Harbor sit down to swap stories in their very own show. Follow along with VIP tours of boats, past-season recaps and first-looks at new episodes. The Bait has all the insider info that Catch fans love.
Life isn't easy for the gold dredgers in the frontier town of Nome, Alaska, where a modern day gold rush is underway. But that doesn't stop them from hunting gold in one of the world's most inhospitable places - the bottom of the frozen Bering Sea.
Meet some of the last Alaskans allowed to live within the 19 million acres of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge and follow along as they survive in one of the most remote places in the country.
Host Matt Rogers discusses the highs and lows of the mining season with Todd Hoffman, Parker Schnabel, Tony Beets and their crews.
Hidden deep in the wilderness of Alaska is the toughest town in America: McCarthy. Only 42 residents brave the extreme conditions. They are mavericks, trailblazers, risk takers and rabble rousers, all trying to escape their past by surviving at the end of America.
The Kilcher family settled in an isolated community outside of Homer, Alaska 80 years ago, seeking a more free and simple way of life. Experience life off the grid as the Kilcher family works together to survive as homesteaders in the Alaskan wilderness.
Follow the lives of ambitious miners as they head north in pursuit of gold. With new miners, new claims, new machines and new ways to pull gold out of the ground, the stakes are higher than ever. But will big risks lead to an even bigger pay out?
How far would you go to live free? Just 60 miles from the Arctic Circle lies a town on the edge of civilization: Tanana, Alaska. This frozen village of 200 people is part of an unknown America where men hunt and trap to survive, subsisting like modern day cavemen.
The Oregon coast bursts with sea life, but is a labyrinth of sandbars and currents. Deadliest Catch: Dungeon Cove goes on board the vessels that navigate this stretch of sea, braving massive waves and unpredictable conditions.
From sex to surviving, this unfiltered real life immersion follows a man-woman couple who must endure the wilderness, while also overcoming the everyday pleasures and issues that couples face.
A group of the best survival experts in the world take on an un-survivable situation: 40 days. 40 nights. No food, water or clothes. To survive they'll need to master the environment, pushing far beyond the breaking point. Will even one be able to finish?
Still Alive puts viewers right in the middle of the action. Follow along, as cameras capture each survivor’s frightening brush with death, and find out just how they’re Still Alive.
Facing eight grueling landscapes across the globe, survivalists square off to see who’s toughest in “The Wheel.” Watch as the participants are put at the Wheel’s mercy, with its every turn thrusting them into a new harrowing domain. When and how quickly will the Wheel turn?
Built to Survive is a survival experiment. A leader selects four strangers from various survival and construction disciplines. Together, they build key structures that allow them to live off the grid, while surviving out in the wild.