Life Below Zero is a documentary television series that illustrates the daily and seasonal activities of subsistence hunters as they make their living in remote areas of Alaska. Produced by BBC Worldwide, the show airs on National Geographic.
The show follows people living in the remote areas of Alaska, surviving off the land, making money through various ventures, as well as dealing with the many different challenges that come with living so remotely in such an unforgiving environment.
Below are the main cast;
She was born on born July 1, 1963. Sue is the sole resident of the Kavik River camp in Northern Alaska.
Chip and Agnes Hailstone
Live with their seven children on the Kobuk River in Noorvik 19 miles North of the Arctic Circle.
He lives alone in Chandalar 200 miles north of Fairbanks, Alaska, and 65 miles North of the Arctic Circle. Later he is joined by his wife and children.
He came to Alaska after moving from Washington D.C. with his wife Kate Bassich. Andy and Kate divorced in 2016. Andy’s girlfriend, Denise, has now joined him at his homestead.
Erik and Martha May Salitan
A young couple, well-versed in wilderness living, who live 67 miles north of the Arctic Circle in Wiseman, Alaska.
An Alaskan Athabaskan who moves into his family’s remote abandoned cabin near Huslia, Alaska. Later, he has his young children visit to begin teaching them about subsistence living.
Life Below Zero: Net Generation Cast
Formerly working in a three-Michelin star restaurant in Chicago before making the move joins the cast in the new episodes premiering on January 19, and TV Insider has an exclusive first look at the new trailer.
Which Life Below Zero star died?
Gary Muehlberger, star of National Geographic Channel’s Life Below Zero: Port Protection, apparently died when his house burned down. He was 75. A March 17 fire destroyed Gary’s house in Port Protection on Prince of Wales Island in Alaska, which was regularly featured in the show.