A series is finally coming back to television after airing its last original episode way back in May 2017. The Hollywood Reporter’s Live Feed reports that Discovery Channel renewed the wilderness docuseries “The Last Alaskans.”
Season four of the series, which tracks a group of “modern-day pioneers” living in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, premieres Nov. 25.
“The refuge is the largest protected wilderness in the U.S., and in 1980 the U.S. government banned new human occupation there, leaving only seven permits for families and trappers,” THR notes. “This season they face obstacles brought on by the unforgiving environment, including rising predator competition and the aftermath of forest fires, as well as the challenges of trying to raise small children in this world and even battling life-threatening illnesses.”
Here’s a brief promo …