Some things never change with the Alaskan Bush People– they love the outdoors and their family– but other aspects of their lives are nearly unrecognizable. It has been five years since the Brown family began documenting their unorthodox life in the wild, and in that time each member of the family had changed and grown.
Now more beloved than ever, the Brown family has left their home in the wilderness, but not their places in fans' hearts.
Not only have they gone from the wilderness of Alaska to an urban life in Los Angeles while mom Ami Brown was undergoing chemotherapy treatments, they've all gotten older. Some have even gotten a Hollywood-style glow-up.
The oldest of all the Alaskan Bush People children, Matt was already 30 years old when the show started filming back in 2013.
Five years later, Matt is 35 and even grayer than before. But with the longer hair, often tied back in a man bun, he's wearing those years well, and looks like he's staying in shape out in the bush.
Bam Bam was 28 years old when we first met him, and still figuring out what to do with his long, luxurious locks.
Several years later, at age 33, Bam Bam's hair is looking a lot more natural and a lot better suited to his family's recent stint in Los Angeles.
The most extreme brother of the bunch, 25-year-old Bear was rocking some long, unkempt locks and facial hair back when fans first met him.
Ditching the beard five years later, Bear looks much different, and much younger. He's still keeping the long locks though!
At age 22, Gabe's sideburns and leather jacket were giving fans some serious Greaser vibes when they first met him.
Gabe's been largely off-camera since mom Ami was diagnosed with cancer last year, but since she was declared cancer-free, he's been catching up with fans on Instagram. He looks largely the same style-wise, but got an edgy eyebrow piercing to take things to the next level.
The youngest of the Brown brothers, Noah was just 20 when the show started. But he always seemed a lot older than his years, possibly due to his full facial hair.
Now 25, Noah looks the exact same, but with a little bit more of a tan and a bit fuller of a face.
Snowbird may have been 18 when the show first started, but the oldest Brown daughter always looked younger than her years. Maybe it was being surrounded by her burly big brothers, or maybe it was just that babydoll face!
Now 23, Snowbird still looks young for her age, but has adopted a much edgier style, rocking chokers, bracelets, and a number of rings.