National Geographic’s popular television show “Life Below Zero” will be returning in the spring of 2022. The show documents the lives of remote Alaskan natives and other courageous people living in some of the harshest conditions on the planet.
The 10th season of the show is set to begin filming in Alaska in late April/early May and will likely premiere in the late summer or early fall of 2022.
New Cast Members
This season will feature some new faces, including Robert Brewer, a seventh-generation Alaskan, who will be joining the already all-star cast.
More Extreme Conditions
The crews will be conquering even more extreme conditions than ever before as they traverse Alaska’s remote regions, enduring temperatures as low as -75 degree Celsius!
The Show’s Popularity
Now in its 10th season, the show continues to captivate viewers and critics alike. It recently won the Emmy Award for Outstanding Cinematography for Reality Programming in 2020.
What to Expect
For more of the Alaskan lifestyle, viewers should be sure to catch Life Below Zero when it returns next year to National Geographic. Here’s what you can expect:
- More extreme conditions and survival challenges than ever before
- A new addition to the cast: seventh-generation Alaskan Robert Brewer
- Cinematography that’s worthy of an Emmy award!
Be sure to mark your calendars for the return of Life Below Zero in 2022!