Alaskan Bush People” Season 7 is set to return to the small screen soon after a two-week hiatus. The official synopsis of the sixth episode has been released, which hinted that the Brown family is going to face a critical verdict.

Brown family left Homestead for Ami’s cancer treatment

The Inquisitr shared that “Alaskan Bush People” Season 7 Episode 6 is going to focus on the clan’s decision to abandon the Browntown as they prepare for the future treatments of their matriarch. To recall, Billy’s brood was devastated after Ami got diagnosed of having a 3B lung cancer.

As painful as it can be, Billy and his children decided to shut down their farmstead to focus more on their matriarch’s treatment and medications in California.

Bear, Rain, and Snowbird started packing up their things and home stuff following Matt’s mishap, TV Overmind previously shared.

Followers of the “Alaskan Bush People” Season 7 would see how the Brown family looked for a new pad to live near the medical facilities needed by Ami. Billy and his family reportedly settled in Colorado after they were sighted in Arizona.

Rumors are also rife that Rain and Noah are set to say their “I Do’s” in the Centennial state. In other news, Ami is supposed to be receiving treatments at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center.

Ami confined in wheelchair few weeks after cancer diagnosis

Meanwhile, Radar Online reported that Ami Brown was seen sitting in a wheelchair in California.

According to the news outlet, a photograph of the Brown family’s matriarch was posted on a Facebook fan page dedicated to Matthew Brown.

In the said image, cancer-stricken Ami was seen looking hopeful together along with her husband, Billy, and two unnamed fans. “We found this recent photo of Billy, Ami and two lucky fans that was taken in California last night.

We love Ami's sweet smile!” the post read.

While some noticed that Ami looked tired in the photo, some fans also expressed their support to the reality star as she fights against the fatal disease. There are also a few who offered prayers for the Brown family matriarch.

Shelia McCormack previously shared that Ami is going to undergo five radiation sessions a week for one and a half month.

The “ABP” Season 7 producer added that Billy’s wife would also get chemotherapy for four hours via IV per week.

Alaskan Bush People” Season 7 is scheduled to return to the small screen on Wednesday, August 9, 2017, at Discovery Channel. Stay tuned for more spoilers, news, and updates!

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