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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 4, Episode 5

New Adventures in 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. 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?

Tuesday
Jan 19
9:30pm | 8:30c
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?

Tuesday
Jan 19
10pm | 9c
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?

Tuesday
Jan 19
10:30pm | 9:30c
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?

Tuesday
Jan 19
11pm | 10c
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
Jan 19
11:30pm | 10:30c
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?

Wednesday
Jan 20
12am | 11c
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.

Wednesday
Jan 20
12:30am | 11:30c
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?

Wednesday
Jan 20
1am | 12c
Season 4, Episode 5

New Adventures in 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. 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?

Wednesday
Jan 20
1:30am | 12:30c
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?

Wednesday
Jan 20
2am | 1c
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?

Wednesday
Jan 20
2:30am | 1:30c
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?

Wednesday
Jan 20
3am | 2c
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?

Wednesday
Jan 20
3:30am | 2:30c
Sunday
Jan 24
6am | 5c
Season 1, Episode 3

The Van De Grifts leave Hawaii for their Soldatna, Alaska Paradise

Michael and Amy Van De Grift and their 4 children (ranging in age from 2 to 17) are moving from Oahu, Hawaii, to Soldotna, Alaska. Despite its tropical allure, Hawaii was not the perfect fit for the Van De Grits: their neighbors were too close, and there wasn't a yard for their beloved dog, D.O.G., in Hawaii. So this family of 6 is chomping at the bit to buy their forever "true paradise" Alaskan home. It's an extra plus that their desired Alaskan destination has some of the best nationally-ranked schools in the state AND a wonderful place for kids to thrive and play outdoors and experience all four seasons.

Sunday
Jan 24
6:30am | 5:30c
Season 1, Episode 4

The Kellers move from Oregon to rainy Prince of Wales Island

Oregon attorneys Matt and Deneen Keller have been dreaming of buying a waterfront getaway cabin in Alaska for years. They both love the sense of freedom, the incredible wildlife and all of the outdoor activities that the state has to offer: ocean fishing, river fishing, crabbing, shrimping, hiking, exlploring, etc. When Deneen received a breast cancer diagnosis, the couple realized that life is too short to be spent working behind a desk. They decided there was no better time than the present to get to Alaska, and their home search commenced. Matt wanted to find something completely off the grid and remote - he really wanted to own his own island! They looked in several locations, most only accessible by floatplane or boat - the best way to check out oceanfront properties.

Sunday
Jan 24
7am | 6c
Season 1, Episode 5

The Matlocks: Eagle River

Nathan and Monica Matlock decide to make the big move from Minnesota to Alaska. Both avid outdoor adventurers, they are extremely excited for this new life and hope to find a place close to fishing, hunting and hiking areas, and a home big enough to start a family. And Nathan's already started growing the Alaskan Bushman Beard to fit in with the locals.

Sunday
Jan 24
7:30am | 6:30c
Season 1, Episode 6

The Waites move from Panama City, Florida to a place they love, Talkeetna, Alaska.

Shelley and David Waite are headed back to the place they first fell in love. After some time inFlorida for a family health concern, they are heading back to the place they wanted to call home. But what seemed like an easy choice is proving to be a bit more complicated then they thought. As avid outdoorsmen, they're looking for a rustic cabin but - as a modern couple - having pizza delivered has its perks as well.

Sunday
Jan 24
8am | 7c
Season 1, Episode 7

The Cokers leave Arkansas to start a new life in Fairbanks, Alaska.

There aren't a lot of couples that would consider a bear hunt in Alaska the perfect honeymoon but, then again, Sheri and Trey Coker are not your average couple. This Arkansas duo, after tragically losing her parents and his dad, realized life was too short to sit idly by. So they packed up their belongings and four dogs, and set out for Alaska. Camping along the way, they endured extremes of suffocating heat and bitter cold. Now, with Trey starting a new job at the University of Alaska Fairbanks in a week, and winter fast approaching, camping is no longer an option. They're in a race against the clock to find the perfect place to call home.

Sunday
Jan 24
8:30am | 7:30c
Season 1, Episode 8

The Casiano family moves from North Carolina to get a fresh start in Fairbanks, Alaska.

Newlyweds Rayette and Angel Casiano cannot wait to begin their Alaskan adventure. This self-proclaimed modern day Brady Bunch couple, with their six kids ranging in age from 12-19, weren't necessarily looking for destiny when it found them. Disguised as a job opportunity for physician Rayette, they quickly realized this was the perfect excuse to start over as a family. To build the home they wanted together. And the kids are beyond excited to be leaving behind their shared bedrooms and small town, for the shot at their own rooms and, what could be better, a Walmart right around the corner.

Sunday
Jan 24
9am | 8c
Season 1, Episode 9

The Hammershoys, an avid outdoors couple from Connecticut, find a waterfront Halibut Cove property

After vacationing in Alaska for the past decade, Marja and Chris Hammershoy are ready to call the magical Last Frontier home, but it won't be easy. A whopping 12-hour flight from their current place in bustling Connecticut, they're looking for their Shangri-La in Halibut Cove. This island off the Kenai Peninsula is only accessible by plane or boat. And with a full-time population of only 76, there are no roads, no convenience stores, and residents get their mail from one of the only floating post offices in the world! They'll have to move fast if they want to grab one of the few waterfront listings that have just come on the market.

Sunday
Jan 24
9:30am | 8:30c
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
Jan 24
10am | 9c
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
Jan 24
10:30am | 9:30c
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
Jan 24
11am | 10c
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
Jan 24
11:30am | 10:30c
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
Jan 26
6pm | 5c

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