"Alaskan Bush People" returns on television on June 14, and here are the latest updates on what can be expected from the Brown family this season.

Noah wants to get married on the show

Over the weekend, news emerged that Noah and his girlfriend Rhain Alisha are now engaged. This was due to a photo of them together where Rhain was showing off what seems to be an engagement ring as she posed with Noah for the camera. Now, an update from Noah Brown's Facebook account said, "I am truly blessed to have found Rhain Alisha, she is my soulmate and it would be so wonderful if the wedding could be on the show."

"Alaskan Bush People" Season 7 is going to be short, just 11 episodes according to reports.

But fans could only wait and see if Noah's engagement would be featured. In the previous season, the two were on the verge of living apart because Rhain could be moving back to Oregon. She had a hard time finding a job and a place to live in Hoonah. But Noah consulted his family about the possibility of bringing his girlfriend to Browntown for good. However, according to TV Insider, the Brown family doesn't approve of Rhain. The network reportedly doesn't want her on the show either.

Brown family faces their darkest hour

What could be a much-anticipated part of the "Alaskan Bush People" Season 7 is the official details on the health condition of Ami Brown, as well as Matt Brown. Radar Online first reported the rumors that Ami has cancer and is in Los Angeles to receive medical treatment.

She reportedly has a lung cancer, which is at the late stage already. Matt, on one hand, suffered head injuries after his fridge exploded because of the mason jar filled with gunpowder and cannon fuse.

The teaser clip for the new season, which comes just a little over three months since Season 6 ended, doesn't say much. It only teased that the Brown family will face their darkest hour this season.

Billy Brown also confirms that his wife is really sick and hinted on the possibility that after three decades in the wilderness, they may have to leave Alaska now.

Sources on Facebook said that the filming for the upcoming "Alaskan Bush People" season already wrapped up. Gabe was in Los Angeles and reportedly filmed just a few interviews for the new season.

Noah and Rhain are said to be in an extended stay in Hoonah, while Bear and the girls are also still in Alaska but will soon follow Ami and Billy to L.A.

All-new episodes of "Alaskan Bush People" will begin on June 14 at 9 p.m. on the Discovery Channel.