Get ready, "Deadliest Catch" fans. There's a new survival show moving to Discovery, taking viewers inside what it's like to live in one of the last remaining seven homes allowed in Alaska's Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.
In Zap2it's exclusive sneak peek of "The Last Alaskans" Season 2, the arctic winter is not kind to its denizens.
"Winter's gonna hit so hard and so fast, if you're not prepared, well then you're in trouble," says one. Another adds, "Once we land out here, we're battling weather and time."
But one thing is for sure -- they "wouldn't want to leave this place" for anything.
"The Last Alaskans" originally launched on Animal Planet, but Season 2 is coming to Discovery and will feature several treacherous river voyages for the cast.
Bob Harte and his daughter, Talicia, embark on a dangerous river journey from Fairbanks to the cabin where she was raised decades ago. The Lewis family journey back to their old homestead, navigating upriver through Alaska’s interior on a house boat constructed over the past decade by patriarch Ray. Tyler and Ashley Selden continue to gain experience in the wilderness and contemplate adding a new member to their family. And 19-year-old Charlie Jagow, who was born in the refuge and remains one of the youngest permit-holders there, returns to build his first cabin.
"The Last Alaskans" premieres Tuesday, April 12 at 10 p.m. ET/PT, following "Deadliest Catch," on Discovery. The two-hour "Deadliest Catch" Season 12 premiere airs Tuesday, March 29 at 9 p.m.