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This reality follows the daily lives of people who live in the remote parts of Alaska throughout the year, even during the state's horrifically brutal winters. Hunting, fishing, trading and foraging are the keys to survival in this environment, and life is always a struggle. The series airs on the National Geographic Channel.

Life Below Zero is a Action & Adventure, Documentary & Biography, Drama, Kids & Family series that is currently running and has 14 seasons (140 episodes). The series first aired on May 19, 2013. It has mostly positive reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 8.0.

Life Below Zero is available for streaming on the National Geographic website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Life Below Zero on demand at National Geographic Disney+, Amazon, Hulu, Vudu, FuboTV, Google Play, iTunes, National Geographic online.

Thursday 9:00 PM et/pt on National Geographic
14 Seasons, 140 Episodes
May 19, 2013
Action & Adventure, Documentary & Biography, Drama, Kids & Family
Cast: James Franzo, Sue Aikens, Agnes Hailstone, Chip Hailstone
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Life Below Zero Full Episode Guide

  • With the Arctic already freezing, Alaskans must prepare themselves for the looming winter.

  • With the first signs of winter already showing, Alaskans must make use of the last days of sunlight to secure food and shelter for their survival.

  • With winter looming, the residents of Alaska must gather the last of the season's resources before the freeze returns to the land.

  • As the Arctic summer comes to an end, residents of Alaska must seize the final hours of daylight to prepare for the return of winter's fury.

  • As daylight feels unending across Alaska, its residents use every means possible to secure their livelihood in hopes for a prosperous winter.

  • When it's summer in Alaska, the rivers flow, the bears roam, and Alaskans get to work.

  • With 22 hours of sunlight per day during the Arctic summer, Alaskans take on necessary projects to prepare their homesteads for the coming winter.

  • Alaskans must take advantage of the endless summer daylight to secure resources and repair vital equipment before the freeze returns.

  • The spring thaw in Alaska ushers in a new season, new opportunities and new challenges.

  • The Arctic is melting at a rapid rate, and residents of Alaska must scramble to adapt.

  • In the heart of winter, Alaskans are faced with trials that would leave others broken and defeated, and are forced to make grim decisions to survive.

  • Throughout Alaska, it's residents must get back to the basics in order to survive the brutal elements.

  • In brutal conditions, Alaskans must endure severe circumstances to live off the land.

  • Alaskans must dig deep to harvest new resources in order to endure dark winter.

  • In order to survive the wrath of dark winter, A laskans must push their mind, body and soul to the limits.

  • Sue repairs her cabin in Chena. The DeWildes set a fish net. Jessie spends time with his young dogs. Chip receives medical attention after an accident.

  • As winters grip begins to take hold on the Arctic tundra, Alaska residents do their best to survive. In Kavik, Sue Aikens works to shut down camp before her plane arrives. In Denali Park, Jessie Holmes races to the finish line as he attempts to keep his winning record. Outside Huslia, Ricko DeWilde

  • Alaskans are relentless in their pursuit of resources.

  • Sue wolverine-proofs her camp. Ricko hunts Moose. Jessie rescues his boat. The Hailstones prepare for winter.

  • Sue Aikens plays a game of chess with a predator; Ricko DeWilde hunts for moose; Jessie Holmes' plans shift from one final resource mission to simply surviving the day; the Hailstone family prepares vital tools needed to endure winter in Noorvik.