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About The Show

Do you have what it takes to live in Alaska? Follow couples as they search for their new homes, learn what to look for and decide whether Living Alaska is right for them. From Juneau to Anchorage to The Kodiak Islands to Halibut Cove, get a glimpse of Alaska's endless treasures.
Season 6, Episode 3

Frigid Fairbanks Adventure

A Texas family that's ready for a fresh start follows Mom's job to Fairbanks. The couple wants acreage and plenty of space for guests, but that's where the agreement ends. He has his heart set on a remote cabin while she wants to be close to town and work.

Friday
Oct 16
1:30pm | 12:30c
Season 1, Episode 10

The McElroys move from Oklahoma to put down roots in Fairbanks, Alaska

Ryan and Anduin McElroy have moved eight times in the past eight years for Ryan's job. With a toddler and plans to continue growing their family, Anduin is ready to put down some roots. So they packed their dogs and the rest of their things and trekked 3700-miles away from the heat of Oklahoma to the icy chill of Fairbanks in search of the perfect place to settle down. Now they're in a pinch to find their Alaskan dream home before Ryan starts his job in a few weeks. With so many great choices, the pressure is on to determine whether they want to be closer to the city in suburbia, or closer to Ryan's job in an area appropriately called the North Pole.

Sunday
Oct 18
6am | 5c
Season 1, Episode 11

The Berington twins leave Wisconsin to pursue their dog mushing dreams

Twin sisters Anna and Kristy Berington have been chomping at the bit to move to Alaska and pursue their dream of becoming world-class dog mushers. So, they're packing up their pups and leaving friends and family behind in Wisconsin, to find the perfect property on the Kenai Peninsula. Known for being a dog-mushing mecca, the Kenai is home to the Tustumena 200, one of the biggest qualifiers for the Iditarod, and this is exactly where the twins want to be. The caveat, they must find a property big enough to accommodate their sixteen sled dogs, with access to trails as well. And although the dog's come first, it would also be nice to have running water and in-door plumbing.

Sunday
Oct 18
6:30am | 5:30c
Season 1, Episode 12

Newlyweds Dustin and Jessica Moore are leaving Washington to start their life together in Soldotna

Recently graduated from college in Washington, newlyweds Dustin and Jessica Moore are packing up their life to move to Soldotna, Dustin's childhood home. Dustin is excited to hunt, fish, and snow machine and Jessica can't wait to be introduced to all that Alaska has to offer. But when it comes to house hunting, they're polar opposites. She wants stainless and granite that a new build can offer, while he wants acreage and that Alaskan feel that only a log cabin will fulfill. So is it going to be happy wife, happy husband, or both?

Sunday
Oct 18
7am | 6c
Season 1, Episode 13

A couple leaves Seattle to help their family open a brewery in Fairbanks

Sick of the hustle and bustle of Seattle, Karen Wilken and her husband Paul Johnson are moving back to Karen's hometown of Fairbanks. Karen's been gone for nearly a decade, but has longed to get back to her family. Now that her brother is opening a brewery and in need of their help, she's convinced Paul the time is right to make the move. He's definitely excited about leaving their 500 sq. ft. condo and enjoying the great outdoors, but when their realtor shares one of the property's $1700 monthly heating bills, Paul starts to wonder just how much Alaska they can afford.

Sunday
Oct 18
7:30am | 6:30c
Season 3, Episode 12

The Abbousleman's trade the heat of the Nevada desert for the adventure of the Last Frontier

The Abbousleman family leaves the Nevada desert in the dust as they begin a new chapter in Alaska. They are excited to show their two adorable daughters all the outdoor adventures of the Last Frontier. They are beyond ready to shoot targets for practice, fish, hunt and ride ATV's. But will they be able to find everything they are looking for in a home?

Sunday
Oct 18
8am | 7c
Season 1, Episode 14

The Earharts move from Tennessee to Anchorage

Newlyweds Will and Erin Earhart are starting married life together with a monumental move. And even though Erin knew she might end up in Alaska eventually, it's the last place she thought she'd be a mere two months after their nuptials. Never having lived outside southern Tennessee, she is now knee deep in snow and Anchorage real estate. To top that off, Will wants to fully embrace Alaska and find a place that reflects the great outdoors, inside and out, but she's not really keen on winter driving and wandering moose. Can they come to a compromise and find the perfect Southern Alaskan home?

Sunday
Oct 18
8:30am | 7:30c
Season 2, Episode 1

The Dewyngaert's travel nearly 5,000 miles from New Hampshire in pursuit of their Alaskan dream.

Close to becoming empty nesters, Lisa and Dave Dewyngaert have decided to take the plunge and make the move from their home in New Hampshire to Palmer. Never having lived outside of the state (or even his childhood home), Dave is ready for a change of scenery and a slower pace. Lisa is excited to live in the wilderness and see wildlife right outside her front door. This couple is itching to unplug and embrace all the adventures of the Last Frontier.

Sunday
Oct 18
9am | 8c
Season 2, Episode 2

A jet-setting couple pursues their dream of flying high in Alaska and lands in Eagle River.

Though Marius' work as a neurosurgeon is taking him to Alaska; he's dreamed of living in the Last Frontier since he was a young boy. Lucy has always lived in warm climates all over the world, and has never even seen snow before! Both pilots, this couple is excited to get up in the air and take in all the state has to offer. But first, they have to find a property with enough land for their falcons, their 14 rescue dogs, AND that's within 30 minutes of the Anchorage hospitals Marius oversees.

Sunday
Oct 18
9:30am | 8:30c
Season 2, Episode 3

The Craddock's move from the hectic city life of Pittsburgh to the winter wonderland of Fairbanks.

Shallon's fondest memories from her childhood were of growing up in Alaska, and she always hoped she'd be able to bring her children there. So when she and Daniel got married, she started planting the seed, or as Daniel says, Brainwashing, him. After finishing her pediatric residency in Pittsburgh, Shallon was offered a job at a hospital in Fairbanks. Now they are on their way to make the dream happen for the whole family.

Sunday
Oct 18
10am | 9c
Season 2, Episode 4

The Bailey family is leaving the flatlands of Delaware for the peaks of Alaska.

Kristine and Eric Bailey have moved eight times in the past eight years for their jobs in the military. When they got the call that they were finally being transferred to their #1 dream location of Alaska, they were ecstatic! The couple packed up their four kids and made the 4300-mile drive from Delaware to Eagle River. This family of six is ready to enjoy the great outdoor adventures of Alaska, but first they have to find their dream home. Kristine's caveat: the house must have a picturesque view.

Sunday
Oct 18
10:30am | 9:30c
Season 2, Episode 5

Wendell and Juliet Eames leave family and friends in Utah to raise their kids in Fairbanks.

Living in Alaska was never a dream for the Eames, but when Wendell got a job offer from a hospital in Fairbanks, he knew the only person he needed to convince was his wife, Juliet. With all the beauty and fun the state presents, it wasn't a hard sell. The couple knew it would be an amazing place to raise their five kids. So they packed everything up and headed north, to start their adventure in the Last Frontier.

Sunday
Oct 18
11am | 10c
Season 2, Episode 6

SSGs Lucas & Heidi Wacker are living their dream sheet,'when the USAF stations them in Anchorage.

USAF SSGs Lucas & Heidi Wacker, Alaska was ops on their dream sheet. So when they got their orders and saw it was Anchorage, they knew they had hit the lottery. After jamming 12,000 lbs into a 30-foot trailer, they set out with their 2 year old to The Last Frontier. 11 days, 3600 miles, 1 unfortunate deer encounter, and 1 truck repair later, they finally made it, but that was only half the journey. Now they have to find the perfect place, with the shortest commute, in a very limited time. Certainly not for the faint of heart, and the Wacker's are more than up for the challenge.

Sunday
Oct 18
11:30am | 10:30c
Season 4, Episode 9

Backyard Bears in Palmer

Luke and Amy Bushatz are excited to make a life-changing move to Palmer, AK, while Luke attends graduate school. They can't wait to show their children all the activities Alaska has to offer and are looking for a home with a traditional Alaskan rustic look in a remote location with plenty of room for guests and a large yard. One topic of concern, however, is backyard bears and the couple wonders how they'll deal with this aspect of everyday life in Alaska. Will they be able to find the perfect remote house or will the wildlife be too much for them to handle?

Tuesday
Oct 20
6pm | 5c
Season 4, Episode 10

Family Trades Surf for Snow in Fairbanks

From sand and surf to snowboarding and skiing, the Greenwood family of seven is making the move from the shores of Hawaii to the snowy mountains of Fairbanks. After a summer trip to Alaska, Mitzi and Rob Greenwood were smitten with the endless sunlight and activities such as river rafting, berry picking and dog mushing. Mitzi's dream Alaska house includes rooms for her five kids, a play area and a hidden kitchen, but Rob is hoping for a rustic cabin that screams Alaska. Will they pick a log cabin with a surprise in the basement, a riverfront property, a cabin in the woods or a modern house with a huge yard?

Tuesday
Oct 20
6:30pm | 5:30c
Season 4, Episode 11

Saddling Up to Fairbanks

Everyday life was getting too hectic for Kentucky natives Casey and Michael Doty so, when they took a vacation to Alaska, they were stunned by the beauty and invigorated by all the outdoor adventures awaiting their family. Once Casey landed a job at a local hospital, the Dotys and their three kids moved to the slower-paced town of Fairbanks. The kids are excited for horseback riding lessons in the summer and sledding in the winter and Michael is excited to find a place that has an Alaskan look and mountain views. Their real estate agent shows them a variety of properties, from a log retreat and a castle-like cabin on 20-acres to a solar-powered house on a hill.

Tuesday
Oct 20
7pm | 6c
Season 4, Episode 12

High-Flying Adventure

Arizona-based pilots Julie and Trevor Keeney just landed their dream assignment working as pilots in Fairbanks. They can't wait to experience all four seasons and show their daughter, Piper, Alaskan summer adventures like fishing and winter adventures like sledding. This young couple bought and sold two homes in Arizona and now they're excited to tackle the housing market in Fairbanks. On their wish list is an Alaska-style house with amazing mountain views, a short commute to work, play space for their daughter, extra space for guests and a garage. Besides buying a house, they'd like to buy their own plane but they may need to compromise on their budget if they want both.

Tuesday
Oct 20
7:30pm | 6:30c
Season 4, Episode 13

North Pole Pursuit

After living on the border of busy Washington, DC, Bryanna and Ben Hunt are searching for a simpler life in North Pole, a suburb of Fairbanks. Ben's a government engineer and Bryanna's a photographer and stay-at-home mom, and they're both excited about raising their three daughters in the great outdoors. Ben's Alaska dream home includes having acres of land to start a bison farm and raise chickens. However, Bryanna is more concerned about the negative 50-degree North Pole winters, so radiant-floor heat, an attached garage and a wood stove are all musts on her wish list. Will the couple have to look further from North Pole to find their Alaska dream home?

Tuesday
Oct 20
8pm | 7c
Season 3, Episode 1

The Bleakney's are hooked on Alaska, leaving Colorado behind for the adventure of the Mat-Su Valley.

Eric and Melissa with their boys, Ethan and Hunter, and their two dogs, are embarking on the adventure of a lifetime. This wonderful family is moving from Colorado to the Mat-Su Valley. Practically living on top of one another in a cramped hotel room for a month, everyone is beyond ready to find their Alaskan dream home. They want to be able to walk out their front door and go hunting and fishing...and maybe even flying! Will they find a home that is spacious and remote?

Tuesday
Oct 20
8:30pm | 7:30c
Season 3, Episode 2

With their kids grown, Brad and Paula leave behind the lower 48 to check AK off their bucket list.

With 2,000 miles between them and the Last Frontier, Brad Langdorf and Paula Myers are leaving Oklahoma in the dust and setting their sights on Sitka, Alaska. Only accessible by air or by sea, this island lies at the heart of the largest temperate rainforest in the world. The couple, with the help of their real estate agent, Travis Vaughan, will search by land and by sea to find their Alaskan dream home. Brad wants a home that encapsulates Alaska and gives them the scenic views that surround Sitka, and Paula wants a wood-burning stove and modern plumbing. As the empty-nesters embark on their new chapter, will they find a home that has everything on their wish list?

Tuesday
Oct 20
9pm | 8c
Season 3, Episode 3

Brian Wolf and Jake Hamburg are casting off Seattle, Washington and reeling in Willow, Alaska.

Wanting to get away from the materialism and fast-paced lifestyle of the lower 48, Brian Wolf and Jake Hamburg are ready to unwind in Alaska. With the help of their real estate agent, Amy Neuharth, they take on the adventure of finding their forever home. Brian is dead set on having a waterfront property, and Jake would love a wood-burning stove. Both agree they want a log cabin, set apart from neighbors. Will this amazing couple be able to find a home that fits their criteria?

Tuesday
Oct 20
9:30pm | 8:30c
Season 3, Episode 4

Texas newlyweds Todd and Carrie Otte search for a vacation home in Sitka, Alaska

Busy executives Todd and Carrie Otte believe that Southeast Alaska is the perfect place for a vacation home where they can totally unplug from the rat race. These city slickers have enlisted the help of their friend and local real estate agent, Travis Vaughan to help them find a scenic property in Alaska's First City, Sitka.

Tuesday
Oct 20
10pm | 9c
Season 3, Episode 5

The Funes/Ewing clan hunts for a house and a new life in Alaska

Michael Funes with reluctant wife, Jessica Ewing and their adorable daughter, Mia make the 4,000 mile move from Delaware to put down roots in Alaska. With the help of their real estate agent, Gerald Pestrikoff, they search for a home that is remote, but not too remote, in the Mat-Su Valley.

Tuesday
Oct 20
10:30pm | 9:30c
Season 3, Episode 6

James Konig is Zipping into Alaska as Fast as He Can

James Konig is beyond ready to live his Alaskan adventure. This hilarious young man enlists the help of his sister, Sandy Russomanno, and his friend and real estate agent, Elizabeth Hooper, to find his perfect Alaskan dream home.

Tuesday
Oct 20
11pm | 10c
Season 3, Episode 7

The Landrum Family Trades Their North Alabama Farm for the Adventure of Galena, AK.

Brian and Jaime Landrum, with their 5 adorable children in tow, move to the remote village of Galena, Alaska to pursue a life of freedom and exploration; and to better connect as a family. Galena is in the center of the Alaskan interior and is one of the more remote places in the United States, being 300 miles from the nearest road. With the help of Galena's Mayor, Jon Korta, the couple searches for their Alaskan dream home.

Tuesday
Oct 20
11:30pm | 10:30c
Season 4, Episode 13

North Pole Pursuit

After living on the border of busy Washington, DC, Bryanna and Ben Hunt are searching for a simpler life in North Pole, a suburb of Fairbanks. Ben's a government engineer and Bryanna's a photographer and stay-at-home mom, and they're both excited about raising their three daughters in the great outdoors. Ben's Alaska dream home includes having acres of land to start a bison farm and raise chickens. However, Bryanna is more concerned about the negative 50-degree North Pole winters, so radiant-floor heat, an attached garage and a wood stove are all musts on her wish list. Will the couple have to look further from North Pole to find their Alaska dream home?

Wednesday
Oct 21
12am | 11c

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