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Has Alaskan Bush People Been Cancelled After Family’s Surprising Jail Sentence — Find Out The Show’s Status!

Jan. 14 2016, Published 7:50 p.m. ET

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After Billy Brown and Josh Brown’s shocking jail sentence was revealed this week, many fans of their family’s hit series, Alaskan Bush People, began questioning the status of the Discovery show. And as the cancellation rumors continue to surround the reality TV series, we’ve finally learned how the family’s theft case will affect the series!

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Season 4 of the show ended on a pretty sour note, with the Brown family leaving their home in the Alaskan wilderness.

They made the move mainly due to Billy’s health issues.

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But with Billy and Josh recently learning about their 30-day jail sentence for the family’s falsification and theft case, it seemed that the show would possibly be coming to an end.

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“The series will be returning,” the spokesperson said.

Sources close to the show added that there currently is no Season 5 premiere date. But fans are sure the Browns’ new season will likely be filled with all of the family’s latest drama! Are you glad Alaskan Bush People will be returning? Tweet us @OKMagazine or let us know in the comments section below.

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