Fans looking for “Alaskan Bush People” season 6 news are confused. Is the new season of Discovery Channel’s reality television show about the Brown family number six or four? With recent headlines stating that the show has been cancelled because it is fake and phony, many viewers are concerned that the Brown family will not return to television at all. But what about the latest headline claiming that there are already “Alaskan Bush People” season 6 spoilers?

Fact versus fiction

Discovery Channel has not officially renewed or cancelled its show. Residents living near the filming location of Browntown report that the Brown family members have not only been seen in the area, but that especially Matt Brown and his sisters Snowbird and Rain have been taking photos with fans.

Judging from the real photos taken by fans with Matt Brown in Hoonah, Alaska, the Brown family’s oldest son is out of rehab and reunited with his family. However, there is no evidence that Matt Brown and his problems with alcohol is part of any “Alaskan Bush People” season 6 spoilers.

Season 6 or season 4?

If Discovery Channel’s reality television show is not cancelled, what can fans look forward to? It all depends what resource you are using for finding Brown family episodes.

A search on Wikipedia or IMDb shows that the show has only three seasons lasting from 2014 to 2016. In contrast, Discovery Channel tells fans that the upcoming season, if the Brown family is not cancelled, is season 6.

The reality television show about the Brown folks living in the Alaskan wilderness first aired on May 6, 2014.

After the first five episodes of the first season, which lasted until June 15, 2014, Discovery Channel followed up with 17 episodes for season two (from January 2, 2015, until July 31, 2015), and 21 episodes for season three lasting from November 11, 2015, until July 29, 2016.

Fiction sold as facts

To accommodate its DVD sales, Discovery Channel split the 38 episodes airing in 2015 and 2016 into four seasons.

As for the truth behind the life of the Brown family, to sell its reality television show to viewers, Discovery Channel continues to describe the Brown family as living far away from civilization and as being “born and raised wild” deep in the Alaskan wilderness.

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