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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 5, Episode 12

Doctor's Order for Adventure

Jack and his wife Brianna are leaving Seattle and putting down roots in South Anchorage. The couple loves exploring the outdoors and he's especially excited to teach his son all the activities he did growing up in Juneau. An aspiring floatplane pilot, Jack wants to find a house on a lake so he can park his plane right outside the back door and take his family on remote Alaskan adventures. She, however, wants a traditional log home with a large kitchen and epic views near hiking trails. Their budget will allow them many choices, but will they find a place that has it all?

Monday
Jan 14
9:30pm | 8:30c
Season 5, Episode 13

Mile High Meets Last Frontier

Monday
Jan 14
10pm | 9c
Season 6, Episode 1

Newlyweds Move North to Alaska

After receiving a promotion, military newlyweds decide to leave Norfolk, VA, for the ice fishing, skiing and hiking opportunities in Fairbanks. She wants the quintessential Alaskan feel of a log cabin with an open floor plan and enough outdoor space for their dog to play. However, he's hoping for a more modern home with high ceilings that can accommodate his height.

Monday
Jan 14
10:30pm | 9:30c
Season 6, Episode 2

Settling in Sitka

A doctor couple wants to give up their busy East Coast lives in Fort Bragg, NC, in hopes of finding a more peaceful outdoor life in Sitka. They want to find a large home that can accommodate guests and must decide between a place on its own island or a home closer to town.

Monday
Jan 14
11pm | 10c
Season 6, Episode 8

Homestead Hunting in Fairbanks

While on a honeymoon cruise to Alaska, Colorado couple Will and Christina fell in love with the rugged landscape and vowed to return someday. Now they're looking forward to living off the land in Fairbanks and trying homesteading, gardening and raising chickens with their two young children. Their dream house has four bedrooms, views of the Alaska Range and plenty of acreage for chickens and a garden, and Will wants a garage or shop so he can work on his hobbies year-round.

Monday
Jan 14
11:30pm | 10:30c
Season 5, Episode 10

Captivated by Kodiak

A couple with ties to Alaska wants to find a home in the town of Kodiak where they can raise their son. Because Alaska is known for its dark winters, she wants a home close to the mountains with lots of windows and natural light. However, he wants a waterfront property with a garage where they can fish right out of the back door and have a place to store a boat and ATVs.

Tuesday
Jan 15
12am | 11c
Season 5, Episode 11

East Coasters Crave Kodiak

When a job opportunity opened in Kodiak, a Coast Guard family and their dogs jumped at the chance for a fresh start. A house with great views is a must, and they hope to be near all the great outdoor activities that Kodiak has to offer, like fishing, bear viewing and kayaking.

Tuesday
Jan 15
12:30am | 11:30c
Season 6, Episode 4

Home Sweet Homer

After taking a vacation through several states, a family that can't get Homer, Alaska, off their minds looks to find a home with a view of Kachemak Bay. The couple hopes their budget can grant every wish on the list, including giving the kids their own space.

Tuesday
Jan 15
1am | 12c
Season 5, Episode 12

Doctor's Order for Adventure

Jack and his wife Brianna are leaving Seattle and putting down roots in South Anchorage. The couple loves exploring the outdoors and he's especially excited to teach his son all the activities he did growing up in Juneau. An aspiring floatplane pilot, Jack wants to find a house on a lake so he can park his plane right outside the back door and take his family on remote Alaskan adventures. She, however, wants a traditional log home with a large kitchen and epic views near hiking trails. Their budget will allow them many choices, but will they find a place that has it all?

Tuesday
Jan 15
1:30am | 12:30c
Season 5, Episode 13

Mile High Meets Last Frontier

Tuesday
Jan 15
2am | 1c
Season 6, Episode 1

Newlyweds Move North to Alaska

After receiving a promotion, military newlyweds decide to leave Norfolk, VA, for the ice fishing, skiing and hiking opportunities in Fairbanks. She wants the quintessential Alaskan feel of a log cabin with an open floor plan and enough outdoor space for their dog to play. However, he's hoping for a more modern home with high ceilings that can accommodate his height.

Tuesday
Jan 15
2:30am | 1:30c
Season 6, Episode 2

Settling in Sitka

A doctor couple wants to give up their busy East Coast lives in Fort Bragg, NC, in hopes of finding a more peaceful outdoor life in Sitka. They want to find a large home that can accommodate guests and must decide between a place on its own island or a home closer to town.

Tuesday
Jan 15
3am | 2c
Season 6, Episode 8

Homestead Hunting in Fairbanks

While on a honeymoon cruise to Alaska, Colorado couple Will and Christina fell in love with the rugged landscape and vowed to return someday. Now they're looking forward to living off the land in Fairbanks and trying homesteading, gardening and raising chickens with their two young children. Their dream house has four bedrooms, views of the Alaska Range and plenty of acreage for chickens and a garden, and Will wants a garage or shop so he can work on his hobbies year-round.

Tuesday
Jan 15
3:30am | 2:30c
Season 4, Episode 1

Old Familiar Frontier

Five moves in 12 years landed Emily and her husband Matt in England, but Emily has always dreamed of raising her kids in her native home of Alaska. So when Matt got a job promotion in Anchorage, the family of five was excited to move 4,000 miles to set down roots and experience all the adventures Alaska has to offer. During their house search, they soon realize their budget of $375,000 doesn't go as far as they thought in Anchorage, so they increase their budget to $500,000 and look at houses in towns around Anchorage. Emily wants a house near good schools for her young kids and Matt wants the rustic Alaskan look, but will they be able to find a place that checks all their wish list boxes?

Friday
Jan 18
9am | 8c
Season 4, Episode 2

Couple Trades Hot Arizona Desert for Cold Climate of Anchorage

After Luke and Kassandra met on a first date, they got married and decided to trade the hot Arizona desert for the cool environs of Anchorage, Alaska. Kassandra grew up in the Phillipines, where it's summer year-round, so she's looking forward to experiencing Alaska's four seasons. Luke's a real estate agent who started investing in places around Anchorage, so now with baby Lyle and rescue dog, Mikey, the Higgins are excited to find their Alaska forever home. With a budget of $600,000, the couple is divided on their wish list. She wants a contemporary house with all the modern amenities, but he wants an Alaskan log retreat with income potential. They're both budding artists, so they agree on having a space for an art studio, but will they be able to compromise on style?

Friday
Jan 18
9:30am | 8:30c
Season 4, Episode 3

The Best of Land and Sea

After living in Cincinnati their entire lives, Brittany and Jake started yearning for a more adventurous life. So when Brittany landed a job in Ketchikan, Alaska, the couple jumped at the opportunity to live in a place they had never visited. Once they experienced the rainforest, mountains and ocean of southeastern Alaska, it was love at first sight. While Brittany prefers ocean living, Jake is a mountain man at heart, and Ketchikan offers the best of both worlds. With a $450,000 budget, they're hoping to find a place with amazing views, modern amenities and a boat dock. They'll tour everything from an island house and waterfront fixer-upper to a house on a hill right in downtown.

Friday
Jan 18
10am | 9c
Season 4, Episode 4

Urchin Divers Move Their Family Business to Alaska

Adam, Autumn and their two sons are looking to move their family sea urchin diving business from northern California to the cold waters of southeast Alaska. They're hoping to find their new home and business location near the rugged coastline of Ketchikan because it provides deep ocean waters great for harvesting sea urchins and has a slower pace of life with many camping and hiking adventures. With their budget set, they'll be looking at everything from an island house with an extra cabin to a downtown house stacked on top of a mother-in-law suite. Will one of these places be the Alaskan dream home they're looking for?

Friday
Jan 18
10:30am | 9:30c
Season 4, Episode 5

Leaving Washington, DC, for New Adventures in Juneau, Alaska

Mike and Alicia are always looking for the next big adventure for their family and find it when Mike's government job in Washington, DC, offers to move them to Juneau, AK. Excited about the lifestyle change that will include boating, whale watching, hiking and camping, the family tour waterfront houses near the Alaska Marine Highway and Douglas Island hoping to find a waterfront property with views of the Gastineau Channel or nearby Mendenhall Glacier. They want enough space for the family to spread out, but will they find a place on the water that checks off everything on their wish list?

Friday
Jan 18
11am | 10c
Season 4, Episode 6

From Colorado to Juneau

Garrison and Brooke Field took one look at southeast Alaska's jagged coastal mountain range, fell in love with it and decided to move from Colorado to Juneau to raise their two young children. They're looking forward to hiking and fishing along the coast and are searching for a house that's close to town and all its activities. Brooke hopes to find a home that's move-in ready and has a large kitchen, but Garrison would be happy with a fixer-upper with unique Alaskan architecture. Will Juneau provide them a compromise so they can both have their Alaskan dream home?

Friday
Jan 18
11:30am | 10:30c
Season 4, Episode 7

Texas Newlyweds Start a New Chapter on the Last Frontier

Newlyweds Brendon and Kassie have fallen in love with the magnificent mountains, scenery and wildlife of Alaska after his job transferred him to Anchorage. They're looking to find the perfect home they can start a family in that includes great views, a real wood-burning fireplace and extra space for family and friends while enjoying the endless year-round outdoor activities the area has to offer. Their choices include homes that will either put them over budget or require quite a bit of updating. Will one of them be where this new family starts the next chapter of their lives?

Friday
Jan 18
12pm | 11c
Season 4, Episode 8

Fishing For an Alaskan Home

Stewart Cogswell received a job offer in Alaska and is eager to move his wife De Anna and their four teenagers out of their hometown of Marinette, WI, and into an Alaskan dream home. Sharing a love for all things outdoors from fishing to riding ATVs, the Cogswells leave their Wisconsin ranch for the mountainous wilderness of Eagle River. They're hoping to find a home on a river or lake with two living spaces -- one for the teenagers and one for the parents -- and enough room for their chickens and other livestock but they're are also open to places closer to Anchorage. Will they be able to find a house with enough space in Eagle River or will they need to rethink their location?

Friday
Jan 18
12:30pm | 11:30c
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?

Friday
Jan 18
1pm | 12c
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?

Friday
Jan 18
1:30pm | 12:30c
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.

Friday
Jan 18
2pm | 1c
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.

Friday
Jan 18
2:30pm | 1:30c
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?

Friday
Jan 18
3pm | 2c

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