The Alaskan Bush People have left the great outdoors, and a few family members are headed for jail.
The shocking turn of events has left fans wondering: Will the Brown family return to their hit reality series?
On the season finale earlier this month, Billy Brown, 63, his wife Ami, 52, and their seven children abandoned their makeshift home, "Browntown," in the Alaskan wilderness due to the patriarch's health issues, including chronic seizures.
And, of course, Billy and second oldest son Josh "Bam Bam" Brown, 31, were sentenced to 30 days in jail as part of a plea deal relating to their falsification and theft case.
Despite their medical and legal woes, RadarOnline.com can exclusively reveal that the famous family and their Discovery channel show will be back.
"The series will be returning," a Discovery spokesperson exclusively told Radar.
The network has not yet decided on a season 5 premiere date, sources added.
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