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Inspired by a dream years in the making, Brett Hines and his family of 10 leave the suburbs to build an off-grid homestead in the hills of Central Washington; the family bands together to conquer life in the wild using ingenuity, hard work and grit. Raising Wild is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (8 episodes). The series first aired on June 2, 2019.

Where do I stream Raising Wild online? Raising Wild is available for streaming on Discovery (US), both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Raising Wild on demand at Philo, FuboTV, iTunes online.

Sunday at 10:00 PM on Discovery (US)
1 Season, 8 Episodes
June 2, 2019
Reality
7.4/10
Cast: Brett Hines
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Raising Wild Full Episode Guide

  • How the Hines struggled and endured during their first winter as they built their new homestead in the highlands of Washington, far from the comforts of the suburbs. Included: never before seen footage and exclusive insight.

  • With a storm front moving in and food dangerously low, the Hines clan make a final push to restock their stores and stay warm. However, when two of their own don't return from a trade run, it's up to Brett to rescue them.

  • A relentless predator catalyzes Sarah to put her shooting skills to the test as the rest of the Hines family scrambles to insulate the barn, but tensions mount when Brett and Nathan disagree on a plan.

  • Drastic seasonal changes force the Hines to focus on heating the barn, so Nathan engineers a wind turbine, but it will take brute force and incredible teamwork to erect the monstrosity and provide much-needed power.

  • Brett and Danny have a surprising encounter in the woods; missing their creature comforts from the suburbs, Ariel and Nathan build an off-grid pizza oven, and Drew and Sarah design a bicycle-powered washing machine.

  • The threat of fire season pushes Michael to lead construction on the root cellar; Nathan and Joshua craft a water truck; Ariel makes a tasty treat to beat the heat.

  • To create a sustainable food system, the Hines start building a greenhouse; Brett sends Drew and Sarah to retrieve a massive trailer that will become a root cellar, but the trip up the mountain proves harrowing.

  • To unplug from the modern world, Brett Hines moves his family from the suburbs to the untamed wilderness of Central Washington; while setting up their new home, they come face to face with predators.