Alaskan Bush People are not what they pretend to be!
For a long time, there is an ongoing debate among the fans surrounding the genuineness of the Brown family that has been featured in this Discovery reality. The latest buzz is only fueling the fire. Sources say fans’ negative feedback has brought down the show’s rating in the last season. Is it going to put an end to the series soon?
The reality show is all about a family known as the Wolfpack which struggles to survive in the Alaskan wild. Many theories provided by relevant publications conclude that the Brown family may not be struggling as much as the fans might believe. Learn why they are doubted as fakes.
The Bushy People are not residing in the Alaskan wild!
The Alaskan locals who live near where the reality series is shot have revealed that the Brown family doesn’t even live in Browntown much of the time. In their downtime, the family stays in nearby hotels. Many believe these people should not try to preach others the survival strategies when they are incapable of facing the harshness of the Alaskan wilderness. The Wolfpack should not be idealized, according to Radar Online.
Are Browns Really Poor?
The Browns’ exact net worth is not easy to find without scrutinizing their tax returns. However, if the success of Alaskan Bush People is to be considered, then it is hard to digest that the Brown family is poor. Anybody who is a part of any popular television series gets paid to be on the show. TV channels usually go for such deals to retain the participants–no matter where they prefer to live in.
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The Family indulges in forgery!
When Alaskan residents received funds for its oil pipeline, the Brown family claimed part of their share even though they actually were not residing in Alaska between 2009 and 2012. They were convicted of stealing money in oil revenue from Alaska. A plea agreement was made in order to keep the other family members of the Browns out of jail.
Billy Brown was charged with 24 counts of unsworn falsification and theft in January 2016. At the same time, Ami and sons Solomon and Gabe each faced eight counts. Sons Noah and Joshua were also charged with six counts each. Undoubtedly, Billy Brown’s definition of home has changed in 33 years.
Now that the viewers have almost lost faith in the Brown family members, it is tough to run the show for long. As a result, when compared to previous installments, it took serious rating dip, which seems difficult to recover. There is the big question: are these negative factors bringing an end to Alaskan Bush People?
A word of advice:
Bear in mind, any show that airs on television has to vie for high viewing ratings. So it constantly has to be kept interesting or wacky to the point that it keeps the viewers on the edge of their seats right up to the end. Some parts of the show are scripted, some are real. If truth be told, Alaskan Bush People is no exception. Hence, the show should be watched for entertainment value only.
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