The "Alaskan Bush People" Season 7 documents the events in the life of the Brown family as they unfold in real time. This Wednesday, viewers might finally know the results of Ami's diagnosis.

'The Long Road'

The upcoming episode is titled, "The Long Road." According to the synopsis, Ami's health diagnosis will shake the Brown family, and it will lead to a decision that would change their way of life.

In last week's episode, Ami underwent a bronchoscopy with transbronchial biopsy at the UCLA Medical Center, per TVInsider. As Ami's medical analysis continues, the Browns could do nothing but wait and worry about what is going to happen.

Ami's sickness has shaken them, but they tried to find strength from each other. Ami told her husband Billy that she's tough, and she can handle it despite being in a lot of pain.

Matt returns to Browntown

The Browns, except for Bam and Noah, went to Los Angeles for Ami's treatment. Noah was left in the Alaskan bush to look after Browntown. Bam Bam is probably with his girlfriend.

In the upcoming episode, Matt returns to Browntown and reunites with his brother Noah. To show him that he appreciates Noah taking care of their homestead, he decided to make a crab dinner for them. They caught fresh crabs, and Matt cooked them in the open fire. Noah shared that Browntown feels empty without every member of their family around.

In previous clips, Matt and Noah also talked about how their lives are changing.

Matt said they have to close down and leave Browntown.

Where are the Browns now?

There have been words that they already abandoned Browntown given Ami's condition. The family is reportedly in Colorado right now, and there are rumors that it would be their new home while Ami is undergoing treatment. Noah and Rhain are reportedly getting married there.

It was not clear if Bam Bam is with the family though. Photos shared by fans on social media suggest that Bam Bam is not in the area.

While there are speculations that Season 7 is the last season of "Alaskan Bush People," reports say that they are still filming in Colorado. Viewers are waiting for the updates on Ami's health condition, so it is also likely that Season 8 is already in the works as they continue to document the events.

In addition, the show could also feature Noah and Rhain's wedding. Noah previously expressed he wants their wedding to be on the show.

"Alaskan Bush People" Season 7 airs every Wednesday at 9 p.m. on Discovery Channel.

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