Les Browns, Alaska generation: Friend faced with a terrible situation, an unexpected surprise on RMC Découverte

RMC Discovery program Les Browns, Alaska generation Saturday from 9:10 p.m. Reruns are offered at 3:40 p.m. This docu-reality retraces the journey of a family living in the great outdoors in Alaska and regularly facing the dangers that arise in this corner of the United States.

Channel 24 is currently airing Season 4 seeing Billy and Ami along with their children Matthew, Bam Bam, Bear, Gabe, Noah, Bird and Rain building a barn, right in the middle of a land occupied by bears.

Nature is not the only enemy

But it was not the only event the family had to face. Indeed, Ami, the mother, had lung cancer and had surgery a few years ago. The operation went well allowing him to gradually regain a normal daily life. She was first diagnosed in 2017, and doctors were very pessimistic. Nevertheless, the cancer finally went into remission in 2019.

Today, the matriarch continues to live on top of a mountain in the continental United States. As a reminder, the Browns used to roam the Alaskan bush before, but Ami’s wildfires and health problems forced them to descend their mountain more frequently. The condition of Friend is still monitored by the doctors.

Success for RMC Découverte

On Saturday, December 26, 2020, the three unreleased tracks of season 4 broadcast between 9:10 p.m. and 11:50 p.m. gathered 347,000 viewers, or 1.8% of the public. A week earlier, on Saturday, December 19, 2020, the Browns gathered 296,000 people, representing a market share of 1.2%. A gain of 0.6 points in seven days.

This January 2, the unpublished episodes of Brown, generation Alaska, including “A Very Special Christmas” where the whole family surprises Ami, will face Ninja warrior on TF1 while Close call will put its cameras in Venice on France 5. The kings of the reno are offered on 6ter.

Season 4 unpublished Brown, generation Alaska can be found every Saturday on RMC Découverte from 9:05 p.m., just after a round of reruns on the air from 3:40 p.m.

Bird buried alive

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