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Discovery Channel's Alaska: The Last Frontier follows the Kilcher family. The family, relatives of the famed singer Jewel, struggle to survive off of the grid in Alaska's unforgiving wilderness, just like past generations of their family have done. The show highlights just how hard living in Alaska is for individuals striving to be as self sufficient as possible.

Alaska: The Last Frontier is set on the Kilcher family's 600 acres of property located just out side of Homer, Alaska. The first of the family to settle the homestead was Yule Kilcher and his wife Ruth, around 80 years ago. Yule has since passed on, but his way of life is continued on and celebrated by the next two generations, Otto Kilcher and his brother Atz (Jewel's father) and Otto's two sons Atz Lee and Eivin. The family is helped along in their quest to thrive and survive in Alaska by their significant others as well. The other people living in the Kilcher household include Otto's wife Charlotte, Atz's girlfriend Bonnie Dupree, Atz Lee's wife Jane and Eivin's wife Eve, all of whom share a deep love for the land and a need to feel connected to nature and one another.

The Kilcher's face many struggles in their every day lives that individuals in the lower 48 never have to deal with. One of the family's main struggles is to make sure that they have enough food to support everyone through the harsh winter months. The family achieves this goal by hunting for bear, fishing the many streams in the area and also raising cattle. In addition, the family has also built a greenhouse in order to take better advantage of the short growing season that is available to those living in Alaska.

Each spring and summer is a struggle for the Kilcher's as they try to get enough wood to heat their homes and enough food to fill their bellies for the long winter that awaits them every year. Despite all their trials though, the Kilcher's couldn't imagine making their homes anywhere else.

Alaska: The Last Frontier is a series that is currently running and has 10 seasons (181 episodes). The series first aired on December 29, 2011.

Where do I stream Alaska: The Last Frontier online? Alaska: The Last Frontier is available for streaming on Discovery Channel, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Alaska: The Last Frontier on demand at Philo, Amazon, Hulu, Discovery, Vudu, Animal Planet, FuboTV, Microsoft Movies & TV, Google Play, Apple TV, Discovery online.

Tuesday 9:00 PM et/pt on Discovery Channel
10 Seasons, 181 Episodes
December 29, 2011
Action & Adventure, Kids & Family
Cast: Atz Lee Kilcher, Otto Kilcher, Eivin Kilcher, Atz Kilcher
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Alaska: The Last Frontier Full Episode Guide

  • Atz Sr. reveals his Fox Cabin legacy build after months of backbreaking effort. As winter begins, Eivin scrambles to complete a vital project he'd fallen behind on. Jane and Atz Lee attempt to airlift a piano to their remote cabin before snowfall.

  • The Kilchers rush to prepare for the arrival of winter. Otto saves a friend's home from sinking into the bay. The stress of parenting during the pandemic pushes Eve to her breaking point and Atz Sr. stalks a menacing bear on the homestead.

  • As the Fox Cabin nears completion, Atz Sr. unites seven Kilcher siblings to finish the interior of his legacy rebuild. Jane, August and Etienne embark on the final fishing trip of the year and Eivin suffers a devastating loss.

  • As fall approaches, the Kilchers kick into high gear. A large bull moose stalks the homestead and Eivin must keep his family safe. Atz Sr. hunts bear and nearly loses a horse. Otto begins the massive cleanup from an explosive wildfire prevention project.

  • The Kilchers share their loved homestead recipes including a pie made entirely from bear parts.

  • Sharing the homestead with both wild and working animals is at the core of the Kilcher lifestyle. The family reflects on moments of friendship, mishaps, heartaches, and utter chaos with these animals -- as well as Alaska's deadliest predators.

  • An earthquake strikes Homer, triggering a tsunami warning and evacuation. Eivin and Eve traverse treacherous mountain terrain on their first-ever goat hunt and Charlotte creates a special memorial for victims of COVID-19.

  • The Kilchers take advantage of the high summer's extra daylight to forge ahead. Atz Lee uses a helicopter to haul in vital equipment. Jane and Charlotte battle an angry nest of wasps, while Eivin fells trees and clears land for an upgraded chicken coop.

  • While transporting calves to the Head of the Bay by boat, Otto, Charlotte, and August are marooned. Still struggling with PTSD, Atz Lee works with his son Etienne to finish the insulation on his backcountry build, and Jewel visits the homestead.

  • Kilcher road is threatened by a dangerous flood and Otto must repair the vital road before it's washed away. Eve struggles to homeschool her kids, Jane and August score big on a deep-sea fishing trip and Atz Sr. recovers from his surgery.

  • As supply chains in Alaska are disrupted, Jane and Eve focus on maximizing food supplies. The cattle drive is threatened by a runaway stallion, Eivin suffers a serious injury in his workshop and Atz Sr requires emergency surgery.

  • An unprecedented new chapter kicks off on the homestead as the Kilchers film themselves coping with Alaska's stay-at-home order amid a growing pandemic. Resources must be stretched, homeschooling proves difficult and Atz Lee's PTSD resurfaces.

  • As spring approaches, the Kilchers prepare for a potentially devastating wildfire season. But when Covid-19 threatens the homestead and crews are evacuated, the family must come together and adapt like never before.

  • The Kilchers look back on the last decade of their lives homesteading in the Alaskan wilderness. From their first moments on camera to never-before-seen footage, the family relives 10 years of danger, adventure and ingenuity on the last frontier.

  • Otto restores a homestead relic that was once used by Yule Kilcher.

  • Cattleman Otto Kilcher expresses willingness to accept anything life has in store for him.

  • Eivin and Eve discover a tangle of old nets endangering fish in a nearby river, and launch a risky clean-up operation. Charlotte and Otto rebuild their rotting deck, leaving Jane and Jewel to pitch in elsewhere. And Atz Sr. goes on a solo hunt for moose.

  • The Kilchers navigate their newly blasted road for the first time, hauling a huge pole barn up the hill and across the homestead. Eivin and Atz Sr. get tangled in a mooring line as the tide comes in, pushing Eivin's boat towards the rocky beach.

  • In the midst of Thanksgiving preparations, a baby seal needs help getting back to its family in time for dinner. Later, Eivin and August engineer a hay baler that will literally take a load off their backs.

  • Things get explosive when the Kilchers expand a road on their homestead with detonation expert Desmond Duffy; Jane and Charlotte get stuck in the mud on a fishing trip; Atz Sr. and Bonnie brave the back country to salvage vital resources.

  • When Jane and Charlotte get word of a sick calf at the Head of the Bay, they trek through bear country to protect their herd; three generations of Kilchers build a line shack on Perl Island; Otto has a surprise for Charlotte.

  • With predators stalking the homestead, the need for safe grazing land is greater than ever; Atz Sr. and Atz Lee head to Perl Island to begin plans for a new pasture; Otto and Eivin set to work transporting a small herd to the island by boat.

  • While collecting coal on the beach after a storm, Eivin and Eve find a capsized boat and begin looking for survivors; Otto, Charlotte and August build a shelter for their calves; Jane brings the family together with a new spring tradition.

  • In preparation for the spring cattle drive, Atz Lee, Otto and August survey the homestead for signs of bears and employ surveillance to track their movements; Eivin and Eve take the kids on a kelp-harvesting expedition; Atz Sr. goes bear hunting.

  • Otto looks into the condition of his barge after the winter, Even and Eivin lear land using explosives.

  • The Kilchers prepare their homestead as the spring arrives in Alaska.

  • Look back at never before seen footage and get a peak of the upcoming season. The Kilchers have relied on out-of-the-box thinking to maintain their wild way of life. No matter how crazy the idea a little homestead ingenuity always gets the job done.

  • The Kilcher family documents how the COVID-19 crisis is changing their life at the homestead.

  • After eight decades on the homestead, the Kilcher clan continues to thrive. Now, the family is revealing the valuable lessons, techniques and special skills they've acquired that allow them to flourish in the Alaskan wilderness.

  • Traveling to parts both known and unknown is a part of the Kilcher lifestyle that goes all the way back Yule and Ruth's time in Switzerland. Now, the family reveals how venturing off the homestead is still necessary for survival, adventure and more.

  • The Kilchers reveal the gnarliest, hairiest and downright dirtiest moments from their nine seasons on the homestead. And a "Behind the Blast" bonus scene depicts the family's most earth-shattering, havoc-filled explosion.

  • Surviving and thriving in the Alaskan wilderness requires a keen understanding of earth, wind and fire. The Kilchers demonstrate their prowess of each and explain how the elements can either lead to success or cause devastation.

Alaska: The Last Frontier Video Clips & Extras

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