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Atz Lee and Jane brave subzero temperatures to search for fish; the Kilcher men mount a mission to the head of the bay; Eivin and Atz Lee are pushed to their limits.
The episode was rated #1 Best episode of Alaska: The Last Frontier from 5 votes.
The most memorable moments of the show with previously unseen footage; viewer questions are answered.
The episode was rated #2 Best episode of Alaska: The Last Frontier from 4 votes.
The extended Kilcher family struggle to get through a record-breaking harsh winter. Desperate for food, Atz Lee and Jane venture onto the ice to try fishing. Patriarchs Otto and Atz embark on a dangerous mission to bring aid to a fellow homesteader.
The episode was rated #3 Best episode of Alaska: The Last Frontier from 6 votes.
Otto and family battle the elements and predators to drive their cattle to the summer pasture. A missing calf causes Otto and Eivin to head off for a dangerous late night rescue mission. Atz Lee and Jane build a makeshift greenhouse
The episode was rated #4 Best episode of Alaska: The Last Frontier from 4 votes.
The Kilchers find themselves unprepared for winter's arrival. Led by Otto & Charlotte, the family's cattle trek a cold & deadly path. Shane risks losing a year's progress on his unfinished cabin, while the family embarks in two massive hunts.
The episode was rated #5 Best episode of Alaska: The Last Frontier from 16 votes.
Atz Lee and Eivin travel 160 miles and brave the bears of "Terrible Island" to hunt deer. Otto refuses to admit defeat and will use all the blackpowder he has to remove a pesky stump blocking his progress.
The episode was rated #6 Best episode of Alaska: The Last Frontier from 3 votes.
A never-before-seen lost episode travels back to before Atz Lee's near-fatal accident, as he planned a surprise ceremony to renew his vows with Jane at the head of the bay.Other Kilchers struggle while preparing for the big event.
The episode was rated #7 Best episode of Alaska: The Last Frontier from 17 votes.
As fall approaches, the Kilchers kick into high gear; a large bull moose stalks the homestead and Eivin must keep his family safe; Atz Sr. hunts bear and nearly loses a horse; Otto begins the cleanup from an explosive wildfire prevention project.
The episode was rated #8 Best episode of Alaska: The Last Frontier from 24 votes.
With predators stalking the homestead, the need for safe grazing land is greater than ever; Atz Sr. and Atz Lee head to Perl Island to begin plans for a new pasture; Otto and Eivin set to work transporting a small herd to the island by boat.
The episode was rated #9 Best episode of Alaska: The Last Frontier from 71 votes.
Maintaining a homestead isn’t just hard, it’s hardcore. Eivin & Atz Lee travel to Shuyak Island to acquire meat. Otto & Eivin deploy the excavator to free themselves from a sandbar. Eivin undertakes a construction job to supply running water.
The episode was rated #10 Best episode of Alaska: The Last Frontier from 17 votes.
Featuring all-new interviews & revealing stories! A desperate search for a newborn calf forces Charlotte and August into a snowstorm. Eivin and Eve travel to Caribou Lake to go ice-fishing in chilling weather and must spend the night in the wild.
The episode was rated #1 Best episode of Alaska: The Last Frontier from 3 votes.
An earthquake strikes Homer, triggering a tsunami warning and evacuation. Eivin and Eve traverse treacherous mountain terrain on their first-ever goat hunt and Charlotte creates a special memorial for victims of COVID-19.
The episode was rated #2 Best episode of Alaska: The Last Frontier from 39 votes.
Honoring tradition and the ways of the past, the next generation of Kilcher men venture out on their first big game hunts. Later, the family rushes to complete unfinished projects before winter's arrival.
The episode was rated #3 Best episode of Alaska: The Last Frontier from 65 votes.
Otto looks into the condition of his barge after the winter, Even and Eivin lear land using explosives.
The episode was rated #4 Best episode of Alaska: The Last Frontier from 96 votes.
Eivin and Eve discover a tangle of nets endangering fish in a nearby river, and launch a risky clean-up operation. Charlotte and Otto rebuild their rotting deck, leaving Jane and Jewel to pitch in elsewhere. And Atz Sr. goes on a solo hunt for moose.
The episode was rated #5 Best episode of Alaska: The Last Frontier from 70 votes.
While collecting coal on the beach after a storm, Eivin and Eve find a capsized boat and begin looking for survivors; Otto, Charlotte and August build a shelter for their calves; Jane brings the family together with a new spring tradition.
The episode was rated #6 Best episode of Alaska: The Last Frontier from 85 votes.
In preparation for the spring cattle drive, Atz Lee, Otto and August survey the homestead for signs of bears and employ surveillance to track their movements; Eivin and Eve take the kids on a kelp-harvesting expedition; Atz Sr. goes bear hunting.
The episode was rated #7 Best episode of Alaska: The Last Frontier from 81 votes.
Eivin and pregnant Eve decide to finally add running water to their home, but Eivin hits more than water during the installation. Otto builds Charlotte a milking parlor but takes a faceful of fuel in the process. Atz and Atz Lee head out to hunt bear.
The episode was rated #8 Best episode of Alaska: The Last Frontier from 91 votes.
The Kilchers take advantage of the high summer's extra daylight to forge ahead. Atz Lee uses a helicopter to haul in vital equipment. Jane and Charlotte battle an angry nest of wasps, while Eivin fells trees and clears land for an upgraded chicken coop.
The episode was rated #9 Best episode of Alaska: The Last Frontier from 41 votes.
The guys reclaim lumber for Shane's cabin; Jewel saddles up again to help a neighbor; Eve makes a gruesome discovery; and Atz Lee and Jane find signs of an aggressive bear.
The episode was rated #10 Best episode of Alaska: The Last Frontier from 179 votes.
Last updated: feb 26, 2021
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