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Alone (TV series)

Alone is an American reality television series on History. The first, second and fourth seasons were filmed on northern Vancouver Island, British Columbia, and the third near Nahuel Huapi National Park in Patagonia, Argentina. The fifth season was set in northern Mongolia in Asia. The sixth and the seventh seasons were filmed in the shore of Great Slave Lake in the Northwest Territories of Canada. It follows the self-documented daily struggles of 10 individuals (seven paired teams in season 4) as they survive in the wilderness for as long as possible using a limited amount of survival equipment. With the exception of medical check-ins, the participants are isolated from each other and all other humans. They may "tap out" at any time, or be removed due to failing a medical check-in. The contestant (or team in Season 4) who remains the longest wins a grand prize of $500,000.

Alone
Alone show logo.jpg
GenreReality
Survival
Country of originUnited States
Original language(s)English
No. of seasons7
No. of episodes76 (list of episodes)
Production
Executive producer(s)Russ McCarroll
Zachary Behr
Gretchen Palek
Shawn Witt
Zachary Green
Ryan Pender
David George
Brent Montgomery
Running time60–90 minutes
Production company(s)Leftfield Pictures
DistributorHistory
Release
Original networkHistory
Original releaseJune 18, 2015 (2015-06-18) –
present
External links
Website
Production website

The series premiered on June 18, 2015. On August 19, before the finale of season 1, it was announced that the series had been renewed for a second season, which would begin production in the fall of 2015 on Vancouver Island, Canada.[1] Season 2 premiered on April 21, 2016. Season 3 was filmed in the second quarter of 2016 in Patagonia, Argentina and premiered on December 8.[2] One day before the season 3 premiere, History announced that casting had begun for season 4. Season 4 was set in Northern Vancouver Island with a team dynamic and premiered on June 8, 2017. Season 5 was set in Northern Mongolia and allowed losers from previous seasons to return and compete. It premiered on June 14, 2018. Season 6 began in June 2019 and featured ten all-new contestants between the ages of 31 and 55. It was set just south of the Arctic Circle on a lake in the Northwest Territories of Canada.

In January 2017, a Danish version of the series premiered with the title Alone in the Wilderness (Danish: Alene i vildmarken) on DR3. It featured ten contestants and was filmed in northern Norway in the fall of 2016. Participants chose 12 items from a list of 18.[3] Since this, three more seasons with Alone in the Wilderness have been produced.

In the fall of 2017, a Norwegian version aired with 10 contestants spread around a lake with fish. It was near the tree line, so the few, small, mostly birch trees left few land resources.

The sixth season premiered on June 6, 2019.[4]

The seventh season premiered on June 11, 2020. Participants attempted to survive for 100 days in the Arctic in order to win a $1 million prize.

A spin-off series, Alone: The Beast, premiered on January 30, 2020. In this series, three people attempt to survive in the wild for 30 days, with no tools or supplies except for their own clothing and a freshly killed animal. One group, in the Arctic, was provided with a 1,000-pound male moose; two other groups were sent separately to the swamps of Louisiana and given an alligator and wild boar, respectively.

Format and rulesEdit

General rules - all seasonsEdit

Contestants are dropped off in remote areas of Northern Vancouver Island (seasons 1-2,4), Patagonia (season 3), Northern Mongolia (season 5) and the shores of the Great Slave Lake (seasons 6 and 7), far enough apart to ensure that they will not come in contact with one another.[5] The process begins in mid to late autumn; this adds time pressure to the survival experience as the approaching winter causes temperatures to drop and food to become scarce. Although terrains may differ in each contestant's location, the drop-off zones are assessed in advance to ensure a similar distribution of local resources is available to each contestant.

Contestants each select 10 items of survival gear from a pre-approved list of 40, and are issued a kit of standard equipment, clothing and first aid/emergency supplies.[6] They are also given a set of cameras to document their daily experiences and emotions. Attempting to live in the wild for as long as possible, the contestants must find food, build shelters, and endure deep isolation, physical deprivation and psychological stress.

Contestants who wish to withdraw from the competition for any reason (referred to as "tapping out") may signal a rescue crew using a provided satellite telephone. In addition, medical professionals conduct periodic health checks on the contestants and may, at their discretion, disqualify and evacuate anyone they feel is unable to continue participating safely. The last remaining contestant wins a $500,000 cash prize.[5] Contestants are warned that the show might last for up to a year.[7]

Pairs Format (Season 4)Edit

Season 4 was also filmed in Northern Vancouver Island but included a team dynamic. Fourteen contestants, consisting of seven family-member pairs, were individually dropped off in remote areas of Northern Vancouver Island. The two members of each team chose 10 items of survival gear to be equally divided between them. The team chose one member to be taken to a campsite; the other began approximately 10 mi (16.09 km) away and was required to hike to the site, using only a compass and bearing to find the way. If either member tapped out or was medically evacuated, his/her partner was disqualified as well. The last remaining team won the $500,000 prize.

Season 5Edit

Season 5 contestants were selected from non-winning contestants from Seasons 1 through 4. The rules were otherwise similar to Seasons 1 through 3.

Season 7Edit

For Season 7, the contestants attempted to survive for 100 days in order to win a grand prize of $1 million. In an "Alone: Tales from the Arctic" segment at the end of each episode, host Colby Donaldson spoke post-season to the contestants featured in that episode about what occurred, accompanied by "never before seen footage."

ReceptionEdit

The series received positive reviews in its first season and outstanding reviews for its third season, and earned a respectable 2.5 million total viewers, placing it in the top three new nonfictional cable series of 2015.[8][irrelevant citation]

EpisodesEdit

SeasonEpisodesOriginally aired
First airedLast aired
110June 18, 2015 (2015-06-18)August 27, 2015 (2015-08-27)
213April 21, 2016 (2016-04-21)July 14, 2016 (2016-07-14)
310December 8, 2016 (2016-12-08)February 9, 2017 (2017-02-09)
410June 15, 2017 (2017-06-15)August 17, 2017 (2017-08-17)
510June 14, 2018 (2018-06-14)August 16, 2018 (2018-08-16)
611June 6, 2019 (2019-06-06)August 22, 2019 (2019-08-22)
711June 11, 2020 (2020-06-11)August 20, 2020

Series overviewEdit

Season 1Edit

The first season premiered on June 18, 2015. It was won by Alan Kay, who lost over 60 pounds during the course of the season. His staple foods were limpets and seaweed. He also consumed mussels, crab, fish and slugs.[9] Lucas Miller enjoyed his time on the show and was selected based on his work as a wilderness therapist. His most difficult experience with the show was making honest confessions to the camera.[10] Sam Larson described his time on the show as "playing in the woods". He set a goal for himself to last 50 days. After he reached his goal, a large storm hit the island, which Larson described as being larger than any he had seen and prompting his decision to leave the island. Larson said that the loneliness and solitude took the most time to adjust to, and that his preparation for the show mostly consisted of mental preparation.[11]

LocationEdit

 
 
Quatsino
Location of Quatsino in British Columbia

The season was shot in Quatsino Territory, located near Port Hardy, British Columbia.

Quatsino is a small hamlet of 91 people located on Quatsino Sound in Northern Vancouver Island, Canada, only accessible by boat or float plane. Its nearest neighbour is Coal Harbour, to the east, about 20 minutes away by boat, and Port Alice, to the south, about 40 minutes away by boat. The largest town in the region, Port Hardy, is located about an hour northeast by boat and vehicle.

ContestantsEdit

Name Age Gender Hometown Country Status Reason they tapped out Ref.
Alan Kay 40 Male Blairsville, Georgia United States Winner - 56 days Victor [12]
Sam Larson 22 Male Lincoln, Nebraska United States 55 days Lost the mind game [13]
Mitch Mitchell 34 Male Bellingham, Massachusetts United States 43 days Realized he should actually be around for his mother's cancer [14]
Lucas Miller 32 Male Quasqueton, Iowa United States 39 days Felt content with what he had done [15]
Dustin Feher 37 Male Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania United States 8 days Fear of Storm
Brant McGee 44 Male Albemarle, North Carolina United States 6 days Consuming salt water [16]
Wayne Russell 46 Male Saint John, New Brunswick Canada 4 days Fear of Bears [17]
Joe Robinet 24 Male Windsor, Ontario Canada 4 days Loss of ferro rod [17]
Chris Weatherman 41 Male Umatilla, Florida United States 2 days Fear of Wolves [18]
Josh Chavez 31 Male Jackson, Ohio United States 12 hours Fear of Bears [19]

Season 2Edit

Season 2 began on April 21, 2016.[5] The season had 13 one-hour episodes, including the reunion episode and the first "Episode 0", which shows how the 10 contestants (pared down from 20) from are chosen based on survival skills (i.e. ability to make a fire without a starter, basic animal prep, shelter), on-camera personality, and how readily they learn the camera equipment.[20] This was the first season to include women as well as men. The winner, David McIntyre, lost around 20 pounds in the first weeks alone. Mike Lowe made his time on Alone innovative and made a sink, boat, football game, and many more.

LocationEdit

 
 
Quatsino
Location of Quatsino in British Columbia

The second season was also set on Vancouver Island, in Quatsino Territory, located near Port Hardy, British Columbia.

ContestantsEdit

Name Age Gender Hometown Country Status Reason They Tapped Out Ref.
David McIntyre 50 Male Kentwood, Michigan United States Winner - 66 days Victor [21]
Larry Roberts 44 Male Rush City, Minnesota United States 64 days Hunger and mental breakdown [21]
Jose Martinez Amoedo 45 Male Santa Pola, Valencia Spain/Canada 59 days Fell off kayak into river [21]
Nicole Apelian 45 Female Portland, Oregon United States 57 days Missed her kids [21]
Justin Vititoe 35 Male Augusta, Georgia United States 35 days Had nothing left to accomplish [21]
Randy Champagne 28 Male Boulder, Utah United States 21 days Didn’t like being alone [21]
Mike Lowe 55 Male Lewis, Colorado United States 21 days Missed his wife [21]
Tracy Wilson 44 Female Aiken, South Carolina United States 8 days Rage Monster came out on cub [21]
Mary Kate Green 36 Female Homer, Alaska United States 7 days (medically evacuated) Split Tendon with axe [21]
Desmond White 37 Male Coolidge, Arizona United States 7 hours Bear Scare [21]

Season 3Edit

The third season premiered on December 8, 2016.[22] The winner, Zachary Fowler, had lost 70 lbs (a third of his starting body weight) before the end of his stay. Season 3 marked the first time a contestant was pulled for medical reasons; the first was fourth place, Dave Nessia, who was pulled out when, due to inadequate caloric intake, his systolic pressure barely exceeded his diastolic pressure (80/60 mmHg), putting him in danger of death due to inadequate perfusion of the internal organs. He had been in starvation mode for so long, even though he left with 33 halves of dried fish still ready to eat, he was surviving with the thought of only eating half a fish every other day. The second, and the person who stayed the second-longest, Carleigh Fairchild, was pulled out because, at 101 lbs/45.8 kg, she had lost nearly 30% of her starting body weight and had a BMI of 16.8. Participants are automatically "pulled" at a BMI of 17 or less.

LocationEdit

 
 
Location of Lakes Soberania, Montes and Escondido in Patagonia, Argentina[23]

The third season was set in Patagonia, Argentina, in South America. The contestants were spread across multiple lakes in the foothills of the Andes mountain range. Unlike in seasons 1 and 2, which were located on the Pacific Ocean, season 3's food resources were mostly limited to brook and rainbow trout, forage, small birds, and the possibility of wild boar. Contestants also were at a disadvantage because they had no access to the flotsam and jetsam that washes up on the Pacific Coast. They also had no salt source.

The weather in Patagonia is comparable to that of Vancouver Island, with rainfall averaging 78 inches a year. However, unlike Vancouver Island, snowfall is extremely common in the winter.

Predators in Patagonia include wild boar and puma.

ContestantsEdit

Name Age Gender Hometown Country Status Reason They Tapped Out Ref.
Zachary Fowler 36 Male Appleton, Maine United States Winner - 87 days Victor [24]
Carleigh Fairchild 28 Female Edna Bay, Alaska United States 86 days (medically evacuated) BMI too low [24]
Megan Hanacek 41 Female Port McNeill, British Columbia Canada 78 days Tooth Ache & Missed family [24]
Dave Nessia 49 Male Salt Lake City, Utah United States 73 days (medically evacuated) Systolic pressure too low [24]
Callie North 27 Female Lopez Island, Washington United States 72 days Felt like journey was complete [24]
Greg Ovens 53 Male Canal Flats, British Columbia Canada 51 days Hypothermia [24]
Dan Wowak 34 Male Mahanoy City, Pennsylvania United States 51 days Missed Family [24]
Britt Ahart 40 Male Mantua, Ohio United States 35 days Missed Family [24]
Zachary Gault 22 Male Caledon, Ontario Canada 8 days (medically evacuated) Cut arm with ax [24]
Jim Shields 37 Male Langhorne, Pennsylvania United States 3 days Regretted leaving family [24]

Season 4Edit

Officially titled "Alone: Lost & Found", the fourth season premiered on June 8, 2017.[25] For this season, for the first time participants were in pairs (2) of family members (brother/brother, husband/wife, father/son), with seven teams scattered throughout the island. The prize was still $500,000, which would be split between the two. One member was dropped in the traditional manner, along a beach head with the idea that they'd stay in the relative area for their duration, while the second member was dropped about 10 miles out with only a compass and bearing and needed to hike their way to base camp. Supply items were still limited to 10 chosen survival tools total, that were split between team members until reconnecting. If one member decided to tap out an any time, the partner was also eliminated. Three teams never met up before tapping out, and it took 8 days for the first team to come together. Pete Brockdorff experienced a medical emergency during his and his son's standard tap-out. It was severe chest pains brought on by the acid reflux he developed as a result of the lack of food.

LocationEdit

 
 
Quatsino
Location of Quatsino in British Columbia

The fourth season was again set on Vancouver Island, in Quatsino Territory, located near Port Hardy, British Columbia. Teams were set further apart than normal this season, due to the 10 mile radius hike required to meet up at their rendezvous point.

ContestantsEdit

Team Name Age Gender Hometown Country Status Reason They Tapped Out Ref.
Baird (brothers) Jim Baird* 35 Male Toronto, Ontario Canada Linked up - day 10
Winners - 75 days
Victor [26]
Ted Baird 32 Male Toronto, Ontario Canada
Brockdorff (father/son) Pete Brockdorff†ẞ 61 Male Poolesville, Maryland United States Linked up - day 9
Tap out - 74 days
Jointly decided the cost of the game wasn't worth it. [26]
Sam Brockdorff*† 26 Male Poolesville, Maryland United States
Whipple (husband/wife) Brooke Whipple† 45 Female Fox, Alaska United States Linked up - day 9
Tap out - 49 days
Felt too exhausted and drained to go on. [26]
Dave Whipple* 40 Male Fox, Alaska United States
Wilkes (brothers) Chris Wilkes† 44 Male Hattiesburg, Mississippi United States Linked up - day 8
Tap out - 14 days
Missed family and felt guilty for having left them behind. [26]
Brody Wilkes* 33 Male Kentwood, Louisiana United States
Bosdell (brothers) Shannon Bosdell† 44 Male Wrangell, Alaska United States 5 days (medically evacuated) Lower back injury [26]
Jesse Bosdell* 31 Male Skowhegan, Maine United States
Ribar (father/son) Alex Ribar* 48 Male Montville, Maine United States 2 days Was not mentally prepared [26]
Logan Ribar† 19 Male Liberty, Maine United States
Richardson (brothers) Brad Richardson* 23 Male Fox Lake, Illinois United States 1 day (medically evacuated) Injured ankle [26]
Josh Richardson† 19 Male Fox Lake, Illinois United States

* hiking team member (other team member sets up camp)

† team member(s) who tapped out

ẞ during evacuation Pete experienced a medical emergency and the standard extraction turned into a medical emergency.

Season 5Edit

Officially titled "Alone: Redemption", Season 5 premiered on June 14, 2018. The 10 contestants are non-winners selected from the previous 4 seasons of Alone.

LocationEdit

 
 
Location of Khonin Nuga valley in Selenge Province, Mongolia

The fifth season was set in Northern Mongolia in Asia. The series was filmed in Khonin Nuga near the city of Züünkharaa, Selenge aimag.[27] "Khonin Nuga" is a valley located close to the Khentii Mountains of Northern Mongolia, one of the country's unique and still largely untouched places.[28]

ContestantsEdit

Name Age Gender Hometown Country Original Season Status Reason They Tapped out Ref.
Sam Larson 24 Male Lincoln, Nebraska United States 1 Winner - 60 days Victor [29]
Britt Ahart 41 Male Mantua, Ohio United States 3 56 days Missed his family [29]
Larry Roberts 46 Male Rush City, Minnesota United States 2 41 days Missed his family [29]
Dave Nessia 50 Male Salt Lake City, Utah United States 3 36 days Just felt "right" [29]
Randy Champagne 31 Male Boulder, Utah United States 2 35 days Lonely [29]
Brooke Whipple 45 Female Fox, Alaska United States 4 28 days Lonely [29]
Jesse Bosdell 32 Male Skowhegan, Maine United States 4 24 days (medically evacuated) Constipation, possible fecal impaction [29]
Nicole Apelian 47 Female Raymond, Washington United States 2 9 days (medically evacuated) MS attack [29]
Brad Richardson 24 Male Fox Lake, Illinois United States 4 7 days Had no food the whole time [29]
Carleigh Fairchild 30 Female Anchorage, Alaska United States 3 5 days (medically evacuated) Fish hook in hand [29]

Season 6Edit

Officially titled "Alone: The Arctic", Season 6 premiered on June 6, 2019.

LocationEdit

 
 
Great Slave Lake
Location of the east arm of Great Slave Lake in Northwest Territories

Although subtitled "The Arctic", the sixth season is actually set along the shore of the east arm of Great Slave Lake in the Northwest Territories of Canada, about 400 km (250 mi) south of the Arctic Circle and about 120 km (75 mi) south of the arctic tree line.

ContestantsEdit

Name Age Gender Hometown Country Status Reason They Tapped Out Ref.
Jordan Jonas 35 Male Lynchburg, Virginia United States Winner - 77 days Victor [30]
Woniya Thibeault 42 Female Grass Valley, California United States 73 days Starvation [30]
Nathan Donnelly 39 Male Lopez Island, Washington United States 72 days Shelter fire [30]
Barry Karcher 39 Male Fort Collins, Colorado United States 69 days (medically evacuated) Lost too much weight [30]
Nikki van Schyndel 44 Female Echo Bay, British Columbia Canada 52 days (medically evacuated) Low BMI, lost too much weight [30]
Michelle Wohlberg 31 Female Mullingar, Saskatchewan Canada 48 days (medically evacuated) Constipation, possible impacted bowel [30]
Brady Nicholls 36 Male San Antonio, Texas United States 32 days Missed his family [30]
Ray Livingston 43 Male Vancouver, Washington United States 19 days Nothing left to give [30]
Donny Dust 38 Male Monument, Colorado United States 8 days (medically evacuated) Food poisoning [30]
Tim Backus 55 Male Lubbock, Texas United States 4 days (medically evacuated) Broke ankle [30]

Season 7Edit

Officially titled "Alone: Million Dollar Challenge", Season 7 premiered on June 11, 2020. Unlike the previous seasons, to win the participants need to survive for 100 days on their own. At the end of each episode host Colby Donaldson lets the contestants comment on the episode which is accompanied by "never before seen footage."

LocationEdit

The seventh season is again set along the shore of the east arm of Great Slave Lake in the Northwest Territories of Canada. Drop off (Day 1) was on September 18, 2019.[31]

ContestantsEdit

Name Age Gender Hometown Country Status Reason They Tapped Out Ref.
Roland Welker 47 Male Red Devil, Alaska United States Winner - 100 days Victor [32]
Callie Russell 31 Female Flathead Valley, Montana United States 89 days (medically evacuated) Frostbite of the toes [32]
Kielyn Marrone 33 Female Espanola, Ontario Canada 80 days Starvation [32]
Amós Rodriguez 40 Male Indianapolis, Indiana United States 58 days Felt like journey was complete [32]
Mark D'Ambrosio 33 Male Vancouver, Washington United States 44 days Homesickness, effects of trichinosis infection [32]
Joe Nicholas 31 Male Redding, California United States 44 days Starvation [32]
Joel Van Der Loon 34 Male Sisters, Oregon United States 40 days Starvation [32]
Keith Syers 45 Male Sturgis, Kentucky United States 22 days (medically evacuated) Food poisoning, infection [32]
Correy Hawk 30 Male Plattsmouth, Nebraska United States 12 days (medically evacuated) Cyst on leg [32]
Shawn Helton 43 Male Henry, Tennessee United States 10 days Lost fire starter [32]

See alsoEdit

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