Alaska: The Last Frontier to go live for the first time this October

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This October, Alaska: The Last Frontier will break new ground by incorporating a new live segment  into every every episode beginning this October with its Season 7 premiere!

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Get ready to go live with the Kilchers! Discovery Channel today announced that for the first time ever, Alaska: The Live Frontier will go live every week this season to provide fans with the ability to ask their favorite member of the Kilcher family whatever their hearts desire as part of a new uncensored and uncut live question and answer segment set to begin this October with the Season 7 premiere!

Beginning this season, the Kilchers will welcome viewers into their living room to discuss anything from questions about off-the-grid homestead living to personal questions about their everyday lives and relationships – or as Discovery promises, “no subject is off limits.” The live portion of every episode will be 100% unscripted and fast-paced with viewers being clued into when they should get their phones out to send along their questions being announced ahead of every episode’s broadcast.

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This season, the Kilchers begin a new challenge by completing a homestead overall complete with improvements to the water system, construction of new buildings and the protection of wildlife to increase their overhaul. The challenges they’ll face this season have the potential to former change the homestead – for better or for worse.

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Don’t miss the Alaska: The Last Frontier Season 7 premiere Sunday, October 1 at 9/8c on Discovery Channel! 

Are you looking forward to seeing how the new live segment is incorporated into the new season of Alaska: The Last Frontier. Will the live portion of the program give you new incentive to tune in live rather than watching after the initial broadcast? Keep the conversation going in the comments section below.