Alaska the Last Frontier depicts the life of the Kilcher clan as they live off the land on their 600-acre homestead outside of Holmer, Alaska.
The Kilcher family, who continues to live in the coldest lands of the United States, has their own share of troubles. But as the whole world is suffering from the novel coronavirus pandemic; this clan has still to tell about its emerging hardships.
With nine seasons (consisting of over 100 episodes) already in the bag, Alaska the Last Frontier is returning for Season 10.
When will Alaska: The Last Frontier Season 10 air on Discovery Channel?
The show is going to return on the Discovery channel on the 25th of October, 2020 at 8 p.m. ET/PT.
The Season 10 is filmed by the Kilcher Family themselves. As the film crew had to evacuate, just nine days before the production of the series due to the COVID 19 outbreak; the family decided to take the production on their shoulders.
Watch the trailer for Season 10 of Alaska the Last Frontier by clicking the link below.
What’s in store for Season 10 of Alaska the Last Frontier?
According to the official website of Discovery Channel
“This Season, with the hunting of the homestead, put on hold during the pandemic; Jane works to help fill in the family’s freezer with fish and becomes the main provider of meat this summer. And after seeing so many locals hit hard economically, Eve plans a massive summer garden that is large enough to supply both the homestead and Homer’s food bank with fresh fruits and vegetables. Meanwhile, August takes then opportunity to follow in his grandfather Yule’s footsteps as a filmmaker and document this unprecedented time on camera.”
For the Discovery Channel, the show is executively produced by Gretchen Morning alongside Cameron Doyle who is the coordinating producer.