Now, Discovery has released a teaser trailer -- and a premiere date -- for Season 11.
Big changes are on the way, but that's not the scariest part. See the trailer for yourself:
It takes a village to raise a child, so the saying goes.
In the Brown family, it takes children to build a village -- which is exactly what they're doing.
Bam, Bear, Gabe, Noah, Bird, and Rain are working on establishing themselves on Billy's the sprawling 435-acre property in rural Washington State.
It's a lot of hard work, but if they want to establish a future, they're going to need to build their new homes from the ground up.
"We have a unique way of doing this," Noah Brown says at the beginning of this teaser trailer for Season 11.
Given that this is the Brown family, he could be talking about just about anything.
Noah freely admits: "I don’t know what normal is."
As if to illustrate that fact, we see Bear climbing and howling, as is his want.
"A new kingdom will rise," teases the trailer's captions, as Billy says: "This is our next big thing."
Bear, in his very distinct accent, says: "It’s a job done."
We see various (mostly) adult children working on moving heavy equipment.
Bear then says: "Teamwork, persistence, and a lot of awesome." He also rolls on the ground for unclear reasons.
Off screen, one of the sisters -- almost certainly Rain -- issues a clear warning of just how high the stakes are when building homes in the wilderness.
"If one of us makes one mistake," she notes. "We could actually get hurt."
We then see an alarming, jarring moment when Rain and Gabe are on a platform that abruptly destabilizes and tilts to the side.
"I thought I was going to die," Rain freely admits.
Season 11 of Alaskan Bush People will premiere on December 4 on Discovery at 8pm.
In addition to construction drama, we imagine that the relationships and new roles will have a part to play in this season.
Noah is the first of the Brown children to produce a granchild, but Gabe and Bear are also expectant fathers.
Speaking of Bear and Raiven, they recently announced that they are expecting a boy. And that's not all. ...
"Once again Raiven and I have decided that we are better as friends!" Bear wrote on November 5.
He and Raiven dated for months before going public, but since then, have been on-again, off-again both before and after the pregnancy news.
"So we’ve gone our separate ways!" Bear added. "We however are still both looking forward to raising our little miracle as co-parents."
Bear added: "We actually broke up a few weeks ago, Raiven had been getting a lot of people sending her stuff."
"So I thought it was better to wait the week or so before I posted about it!" Bear explained. "Please don’t tag Raiven in my posts,"
"it’s been hard enough on her without the added stress!" he emphasized. "If Raiven or I decide to date anyone in the future! We will both be okay with it!"
"We just want everybody to be happy!" Bear expressed. "I won’t be dating anyone else for sometime! I still have feelings for Raiven!"
"I respectfully ask everybody to please give her some space and peace of mind!" he concluded. "Thank you for all your support! Stay AWESOME and God bless!!"
So the engagement is off again, for now. It's so sad that Bear's so-called fans played such a large role in harassing Raiven for weeks and weeks.