Watch Life Below Zero

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.

Thursday 9:00 PM et/pt on National Geographic
9 Seasons, 122 Episodes
May 19, 2013
Action & Adventure, Documentary & Biography, Drama, Family
8.1/10
Cast: James Franzo, Agnes Hailstone, Sue Aikens, Chip Hailstone
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Life Below Zero Full Episode Guide

  • Those living in the remote Alaskan wilderness must always be prepared for dangerous storms. The Hailstones stockpile winter supplies, and Chip builds a fishing tool. Sue searches for fresh water that can be stored in case of an emergency.

  • During harsh dark winter conditions, Alaskans must learn new ways to improve their subsistence lifestyles in their surroundings.

  • For those who choose to live in the isolated Alaskan wilderness, survival is possible only by working together.

  • Hard lessons must be learned to survive during the dark winter in the Arctic.

  • To survive in the Arctic, Alaskans must work to stockpile resources from their surroundings for today and plan for the unknowns of tomorrow.

  • With dark winter descending on the Arctic, unseasonably warm temperatures cause the frozen tundra to become an unpredictable environment.

  • Life in the isolated wilderness is possible only when people work together.

  • There are no guarantees for Alaskans during the grim winter in the Arctic.

  • For Alaskans living off the land, timing is everything.

  • Alaskans struggle to stay ahead of worsening conditions at the beginning of dark winter.

  • Strenuous labor represents just a part of life for isolated Alaskans.

  • Alaskans must complete their final tasks before the freeze, as winter approaches.

  • The crew needs a helping hand.

  • Alaska is a land of extremes where diverse terrain presents unique challenges.

  • Alaskans face dangerous predators in the remote wilderness.

  • Alaskans living in remote wilderness face the daily challenge of getting enough food to survive.

  • A select few Alaskans choose to live alone in the unforgiving Alaskan wilderness.

  • Alaskans travel the Arctic rivers to hunt for fresh food and gather supplies.

  • Fire and ice play important roles in the Arctic tundra.

  • Alaskans must seize the last days of warmth to hunt and fish along the water's edge.

  • With the freeze drawing near, the need for Alaskans to prepare for winter is hastened.

  • Long days and warm temperatures provide optimal conditions for Alaskans to make sure their bodies and minds are prepared for the coming winter.

  • With warm conditions in the Arctic, Alaskans brave the land and waterways to hunt for fresh food and gather supplies to improve their homesteads.

  • Waterways provide Alaskans with resources and food but can also be dangerous.

  • With only a brief window between breakup and winter, Alaskans scramble to complete chores that will make life easier when the deep chill returns.

  • Daylight for 24-hours in the spring allows Alaskans to work nonstop to prepare for winter.

  • As the ice and snow melt across the Arctic, Alaskans take advantage of the warm season.

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