Amidst bunch of fake accusations, Alaskan Bush People is somehow surviving the issues and sometime this month, producers are planning to air a dramatic boat rescue. However, there are reports claiming that, again, this scene is also fraud just like the previous ones.
In a recent report by Inquisitr, it was revealed that the show is planning to do a boat rescue scene in one of its upcoming episodes. Also, in a different post of the outlet, someone named Daniel Martin has commented and shared some of his knowledge about the said dramatic boat rescue.
Martin is said to be living near Browntown, which would make this accusation somehow accurate. He said, ?Discovery is shopping for another boat for the show, one they can set on fire and film the brown clowns coming to the rescue. I can see that not ending well.? Although the publication noted that this claim could be the fake one because it is too specific, they noted that it is possible that being a boat owner himself, Martin was approached by the production team of the TV series and asked if he knows of other boat owners in the area.
In addition, Starcasm also believed that if there would be a dramatic boat rescue scene in the series, it would obviously make Martin?s claim accurate and it would definitely strengthen the accusations that the ?reality show? is fake. Because how can even someone predict what will happen in a reality show if it is not scripted. For now, Martin?s claim is just a mere accusation, but if we see a boat rescue scene in the show, we know he?s telling the truth.
Another proof that the show is a fake one, and that the Brown family is indeed not raised in the wild, is this particular article from Starcasm stating that there is a book in 2007 titled One Wave At a Time, where the experiences of the Browns in the Alaskan wilderness is recorded. A year after that, it was reported by Capital City Weekly (CWW) that an Alaskan family will be featured in a documentary. According to Starcasm, the family CWW talked about is the Browns and the documentary turned out to be the Alaskan Bush People.
?The Browns are returning to Alaska in early May from a book signing and speaking engagement tour in the lower 48, to once again venture into the bush to recreate the journey described in the book. Accompanied by a professional camera crew, they will be filming this 57-day journey for a TV documentary to be aired nationally in early 2009,? said the report of CWW.
If the show was meant to be a one-time documentary, why did the Discovery channel decided to bring the show back for several seasons? Inquisitr believes that it is because of how the audience reacted to the show and seeing how receptive they were has made the network decide to take the Brown family for a few more seasons.
How about you? Do you think Alaskan Bush People is really fake? Share your thoughts in the comment section below. The show airs every Friday on The Discovery Channel at 9 p.m. Eastern Time.