Fans of “Alaskan Bush People” and the Brown family might be shocked by the latest behind-the-scenes details leaked about Joshua Brown and noah brown. According to Discovery Channel, the Brown family’s two sons are looking for love either in the Alaskan outback or in the lower 48 states. However, the shocking truth behind the Brown family sons living in the Alaskan wilderness is that Joshua Brown and Noah Brown already found love – before Season 6 of “Alaskan Bush People” even started.

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How Discovery Channel makes money

The recipe to “Alaskan Bush People” is perfect. Take an amazing scenery like the Alaskan wilderness, add to it a family with lots of kids of various age ranges, and mix it well with what everyone else nowadays would like to do – get away from civilization.

By providing viewers with the beauty of the Alaskan outback and a family of nine, viewers of the Brown family get to escape reality for at least an hour every week. Who wouldn’t love spending time fishing or hunting in the Alaskan wilderness and be part of the big supportive and loving Brown family?

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The truth behind the Brown family

Of course, Discovery Channel did not come up with the money-making idea for the show on its own. The network discovered Billy Brown’s book “One Wave at a Time” after he self-published it, picked up the idea of a family living in the remote Alaskan outback, and ran with it.

Since the first airing of “ABP” in 2014, millions of viewers around the world have tuned into the Brown family living in the Alaskan outback.

Despite Billy Brown clearly stating in his 2007 book that he and Ami originally came from an affluent Fort Worth neighborhood in Texas, Discovery Channel tells viewers that the Brown family has always lived in the Alaskan wilderness.

When Billy Brown and his wife Ami left Texas, Matt Brown was three years old, and Joshua Brown was one. Discovery Channel claims that the Brown children were born and raised wild in the Alaskan wilderness.

The truth behind Joshua

At the age of 32, Joshua Brown has grown into an amazing man.

Joshua, who has the middle name “Bam Bam” in honor of his grandfather, plays the character of an admirable man on his family’s Alaskan wilderness show.

In Discovery Channel’s biography of “Bam Bam Brown,” Joshua is described as a freethinking and solitary man. While Joshua Brown plays the role of a solitary member of the Browns on the show, he is really social and shows his appreciation by being photographed with “ABP” fans -- in New York City, Los Angeles, Atlanta, and South Carolina.

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Joshua and Allison Kagan

Photos of Joshua Brown and Allison Kagan taken in New York City during the summer reveal the happy couple together. While last week’s episode of “Alaskan Bush People” showed Joshua telling his parents that he is going to look for love in the lower 48 states, the truth is that Bam Bam has already found love with Allison Kagan.

Joshua Brown and Allison Kagan share much more than their work on “Alaskan Bush People.” Like Allison, Joshua loves electronics and working with the camera.

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Allison has numerous credits in the camera and the electronics department for other shows like “16 and Pregnant,” “Teen Mom,” and “Teen Mom 2.” She has three credits as Director of “Alaskan Bush People,” and she was the Supervising Field Producer of the show for the 2015 and 2016 episodes.

Noah Brown and Rhain Alicia

At the age of 24, the “Alaskan Bush People” family’s youngest son is dating 26-year-old Rhain Alicia Merrill. Rhain was introduced to viewers last week as Noah Brown’s date. However, since Season 6 of “Alaskan Bush People” was actually filmed last summer, Rhain and Noah have been together for months.

Rhain Alicia Merrill, whose real name is Ruth Alisha Merrill, is from Oregon and recently spent time with Noah and other Brown family members in Las Vegas. On her Facebook page, Rhain Alicia is being congratulated by her friends indicating that she and Noah Brown might have already gotten married.

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