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Team Whipple Chimney
Team Bosdell Shouting
Team Baird Slug
Team Baird Fishing
Bonus: Starvation Island
Bonus: Baird Brotherly Love


Making The Cut
Meet the 10 brave participants returning for a chance at redemption on ALONE Season 5 and get an inside look at the extreme new location at the edge of Siberia.
After getting their chance at redemption, participants in Mongolia reunite to discuss their highs and lows and reveal never-before-seen moments.
Upcoming Airings:
  • Thursday,25 Oct, 2018 - 21:55
  • Friday,26 Oct, 2018 - 01:10
  • Friday,26 Oct, 2018 - 13:10
  • Friday,26 Oct, 2018 - 16:25
  • Saturday,27 Oct, 2018 - 19:10
  • Sunday,28 Oct, 2018 - 00:40
  • Sunday,28 Oct, 2018 - 03:55
  • Sunday,28 Oct, 2018 - 11:20
  • Monday,29 Oct, 2018 - 23:15
  • Tuesday,30 Oct, 2018 - 03:00
  • Tuesday,30 Oct, 2018 - 09:30
Ten survivalists from previous seasons return for another chance to win the $500,000 prize. But the dangers of a location more remote than they've ever seen, Northern Mongolia, await them.
The Haunting
The participants look for new food sources in Mongolia; as the survivalists begin to settle into their new environment, they find that they are not the only predators on the prowl.
The Serpent
The survivalists begin to face external and internal threats as they work to secure food and complete their shelters. One participant faces one of Mongolia's deadliest predators.
Mongolia's Wrath
Mongolia shows how devastating its climate can be as a monstrous storm assails the remaining survivalists. The participants are forced to stay in their shelters.
The Bowels Of Hell
Seven remaining survivalists are pushed to their limits as the weather worsens in Mongolia. One participant makes a bold gamble, turning to tree bark for sustenance.
Of Mice And Men
After almost a month of solitude, the remaining participants begin to crack. One survivalist's shelter turns into an unbearable 'green monster', while another wages war on an uninvited guest.
Desperate Measures
While some of the survivalists enjoy a bonanza of food, others take increasingly desperate measures to sustain themselves. One hunter even braves dangerous heights to stalk his prey.
Slayer II
As winter draws near, food becomes scarce and the survivalists must catch any game that comes their way, no matter the size, but lack of food is not their only challenge.
Starvation's Shadow
As food sources disappear, hunger drives the remaining participants to a new low. One climbs into wolf territory in search of food, and another contends with a health issue.
Cold War
The final remaining participants face the onslaught of Mongolia's brutal winter. Relentless hunger and savage cold test them like never before.
Upcoming Airings:
  • Saturday,20 Oct, 2018 - 19:10
  • Sunday,21 Oct, 2018 - 00:40
  • Sunday,21 Oct, 2018 - 03:55
  • Sunday,21 Oct, 2018 - 11:20
  • Monday,22 Oct, 2018 - 23:15
  • Tuesday,23 Oct, 2018 - 03:00
  • Tuesday,23 Oct, 2018 - 09:30
Making The Cut (Casting Special)
Seven pairs of family members are dropped miles apart on Northen Vancouver Island where they must find each other and survive together. Behind the scenes, the teams show what it takes to make the cut.
Hell On Earth
The hikers find that Vancouver Island's terrain is even more punishing when on the move. The island beats one pair into submission, while another grapples with an accident.
Margin Of Error
On Vancouver Island, a seriously injured participant weighs the risks of seeking medical help and sacrificing his shot at $500,000.
The Last Mile
Desperation sinks in as the hikers struggle to make the final push to their teammates. Exhaustion leads one participant straight into the path of a predator.
Double Or Nothing
Now that most teams are reunited, they dive into the difficult task of surviving together and feeding two people. Meanwhile, the final hiker faces a brutal mountain climb.
Thicker Than Water
One team attempts a massive construction project that could be their key to survival, while another must choose between betraying family and tapping out.
The three remaining teams scramble For a long-term advantage. One pair runs themselves ragged with an elaborate shelter build.
After nearly a month on Vancouver Island, the three remaining teams face existential threats at every turn. One participant is forced to fight a raging fire.
My Brother's Keeper
As freezing temperatures punish Vancouver Island, the remaining pairs all face game-changing scenarios. One participant is hit with a crippling illness.
Flesh And Blood
As time presses on and temperatures drop, the final teams deal with an unbearable desire to tap out. But the $500,000 prize is hard to give up. One participant reaches breaking point.
Making The Cut: Season 3
Meet the 10 brave participants on ALONE Season 3 and learn about the extreme new location at the edge of the world.
A New Land
The adventure begins as 10 new participants are abandoned in the remote wilderness of Patagonia to live as long as they can. Each must act quickly to adapt to their new environment in order to survive.
First Blood
As they venture deeper into their surroundings, the 9 remaining survivalists realize that this terrain is unlike anything they've ever experienced. One participant suffers a serious injury.
Eternal Darkness
The remaining participants dig in for the long haul as they begin building their shelters. While some flourish, others fail and one is threatened by an unwanted visitor in the night.
A lack of food forces the remaining participants to get creative. One survivalist devises an ingenious method for getting protein while another battles Patagonia's wiliest predator.
The Lone Wolf
The remaining participants struggle to adapt to life in Patagonia. One survivor comes face to face with a stealth cat, and another takes on a major build project.
Along Came A Spider
Dangerous challenges wreak havoc on the participants and force most to consider going home. While one is plagued by a potentially life-threatening infection, another battles against serious hypothermia.
Hungry Beasts
As winter draws nearer, and fish stop biting, the participants turn to land game to survive the season. But their intended prey turns out to be more clever and more deadly than they could imagine.
Of Feast & Famine
Winter arrives in full force and the participants must deal with deteriorating conditions. The lack of protein pushes some to new levels of depletion, and the pull to see family is more than some can bear.
The Point Of No Return
The remaining survivalists push themselves to their physical limits as fish becomes scarce. But one participant takes it too far, reaching the breaking point and risking organ failure.
Day 87
The remaining participants, short on food, risk death in their attempt to triumph. Only one survivalist will be able to endure the wilds of Patagonia and take home the $500,000 prize.
Reunion Special
After the longest test of endurance in series history, the participants of Alone's third season reunite to discuss their experiences, genius creations, and reveal never before seen footage.
Once More Unto The Breach
The 1st day of the adventure begins, with 10 people heading out into unknown wilderness to survive for as long as they can, in total isolation. But once there, all of them begin to question their resolve.
The Knifes Edge
After several days, the participants attempt to acclimate to their new environment and make order out of chaos. 1 finds huge success in acquiring food. Meanwhile doubts emerge for others as hunger sets in.
Beasts Of Night
Several of the participants are finding success in their new environment. But while some work in harmony with the wilderness, others battle against it and careless mistakes threaten to send 2 home.
Hungers Grip
A severe lack of food takes a toll on the remaining participants. Many haven't eaten in days and it's beginning to impair their mental and physical capabilities, pushing some to the edge of surrender.
Storm Rising
Despite their best efforts, many of the participants are still battling debilitating hunger and starvation. Just as some find sustenance, an approaching storm threatens their survival plans.
Emotions run high for the participants as they struggle to adapt. One wrestles with the solitude and contemplates tapping out while the other risks it all, taking a perilous journey into the unknown.
Trial By Fire
Three weeks in, mental and physical struggles take their toll on the remaining participants. While the brutal reality of their situation consumes some, others are teetering on the edge of calling it quits.
The Ascent
As one participant thrives, others struggle. One man races to find the salmon run before it ends, another takes an epic journey that may be his undoing; yet another tries to combat nature's fury head on.
The Madness
After a month in the unrelenting bush, nature and seclusion are proving difficult to withstand. While some push themselves to ensure long-term survival, others question their ability to endure.
The Gamble
The final four contend with mental fatigue and physical exhaustion. As one participant faces stiff competition for fish, another may miss the salmon run due to a potentially disastrous miscalculation.
Winters Fury
Winter arrives and the final participants are forced to take risks as food sources dwindle. Between the frigid temperatures and the deepening need for human contact, the lure of home is stronger than ever.
Into The Abyss
The remaining participants are worn thin as starvation and isolation become unbearable. One man faces a potentially deadly situation.
The End Game
In the final days of the competition, the remaining participants battle for supremacy. After pushing their minds and bodies to the breaking point, one claims the $500,000 prize.
And So It Begins
Ten survival experts struggle to find food, shelter, and water, as they each begin the task of living alone -- and filming themselves - in the brutal wilds of Northern Vancouver Island.
Of Wolf And Man
While wolves and bears continue to cause problems, finding clean drinking water soon becomes a critical issue for the men. Each of the men must adapt to his new environment or tap out and go home.
The Talons Of Fear
The extreme isolation is beginning to take its toll on the men. A survivalist undertakes a massive cabin project, one loses his most important tool while another is left to fend for his life.
As the days pass, the remaining survivalists show signs of cracking. It's the real dangers of the environment that could spell the end for one participant when he finds himself stalked by a cougar.
Winds Of Hell
A sudden storm disrupts the sense of calm for the remaining survivalists on the island. As they prepare to take shelter, the men must deal with frayed nerves and the continued assault on their structures.
Rain Of Terror
The remaining men are finally adapting to their foreign environment and experimenting with new food sources but that gamble makes one survivalist violently ill.
The Hunger
In the brutally freezing temperatures the hunt for food becomes the paramount focus of the remaining survivalists. All the men take a different path on securing the calories they desperately need.
The Freeze
Temperatures plummet and the remaining contestants are forced to face the onset of winter head on. One man risks it all with a risky move while everyone struggles with the ongoing effects of isolation.
Brokedown Palace
Resources run low and the participants begin to fall into severe psychological distress. The relentless elements continue to punish most of the men while one receives an unexpected gift on the shores.
Two men remain on Vancouver Island as the storm of the year blows in. The unrelenting elements, isolation and starvation confront both remaining participants, forcing one to go home.



Age: 42
Mantua, OH

Britt’s returning for Season 5 of Alone, and more determined than ever before. After his experience of 35 days in Patagonia for Season 3, he realized the experience was like nothing he had ever experienced. He emerged at the end a completely changed person and was more in touch with himself physically, mentally and spiritually than ever before. Baptized by fire, he had successes and failures that pushed him to learn, practice and expand his skills and knowledge. In Patagonia, Britt feels that he fought with nature. This season, he plans to co-exist with it. He’s a new man coming to Mongolia, and he plans to reach the finish line.

Here are the ten items Britt selected to bring on his survival journey to Mongolia:
Knife, Multitool, Paracord, Fishing line and hooks, Pot, Ferro Rod, Sleeping Bag, Bow and arrows, Folding saw and Trapping wire.


Age: 48
Raymond, WA
Wilderness Living Skills Instructor

Nicole’s passions range from living and teaching wilderness living skills (fire, water, shelter, trapping, foraging, etc.) to prepping/emergency preparedness to her deep knowledge of medicinal plants and herbal medicine. Nicole grew up in Massachusetts and connected with nature at an early age. Her first exposure to true wilderness living however, began while working as a field biologist in Botswana in the mid 90s. Following a job as a game warden with the US Peace Corps, she began tracking and researching lions in Southern Africa and immediately fell in love with the African landscapes and the San Bushmen’s way of life. Already having a Master’s degree in biology, she later completed her doctorate while working with the San Bushmen. After developing strong relationships within the tribe, Nicole learned many of the primitive skills and ways she practices and teaches today.

At home in the Pacific Northwest, she makes her own herbal medicines from local plants as part of her healthy living strategy after being diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in 2000. This diagnosis changed her lifestyle and eating habits, but didn’t deter her from becoming one of the founders and primary guides of her own tracking and wildlife safari company, as well as being an adjunct professor at Prescott College. There, she brings her passion for nature connection, indigenous knowledge, ethnobotany and research to her graduate students.
Nicole also thrives as a personal wellness and life coach helping people develop personalized holistic life plans, especially as related to autoimmune issues, and has her own herbal medicinal apothecary line. She teaches workshops on her land in Oregon and Washington, and also travels to teach skills across the globe. She will miss her home, but will gain strength from thinking about her two sons back in the Pacific NW.

After spending 57 days on Vancouver Island during Season 2, Nicole is excited to test her skills living off the land in this challenging foreign environment. She is grateful for all her mentors and supporters and is sure to channel them when facing the many challenges that await her in the wilds of Mongolia.

Here are the ten items Nicole selected to bring on her survival journey to Mongolia:
Knife, Saw, Sleeping bag, Ferro rod, Multitool, Pot, Fishing line and hooks Gill net, Trapping wire and Food ration


Age: 46
Fox, AK / Reed City, MI
Outdoor Educator

Spending her winters in Reed City, Michigan and her summers in Fox, Alaska, Brooke Whipple is a light-hearted, adventurer and explorer. She has spent a lifetime chasing wilderness endeavors and is passionate about sharing her enthusiasm for the outdoors. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Outdoor/Adventure Recreation Management and has taught thousands of youth and adults the joy of outdoor exploration.

She is the mother of two awesome children, Belle, 14, and Mickey, 12. Brooke has been married to her husband, Dave, for 19 years and it was with him that she endured 49 days on Vancouver Island on Alone Season 4.

Brooke is looking forward to this new challenge in Mongolia and hopes to surpass her previous stay on Vancouver Island.

Here are the ten items Brooke selected to bring on her survival journey to Mongolia:
Axe, Saw, Sleeping bag, Fishing line and hooks, Ferro rod, Multitool, Pot, Bow and arrows, Food ration and Trapping wire.


Age: 24
Fox Lake, IL

Since season 4, Brad has remained an avid outdoorsman, spending most of his free time practicing primitive skills throughout the Midwest and lower sections of the boreal forest. Learning the ways of his forefathers, Brad’s grown very comfortable in a wilderness setting. Along with his love for the outdoors he is also a blacksmith. Through the company he runs with his siblings, Brad hand-forges knives and tools. When he’s not busy forging and camping, he creates educational bushcraft and blacksmithing videos.

Here are the ten items Brad selected to bring on his survival journey to Mongolia:
Axe, Saw, Knife, Trapping wire, Fishing line and hooks, Bow and arrows, Sleeping bag, Ferro rod, Frying pan and Food Ration.


Age: 30
Anchorage, Alaska

Carleigh Fairchild is an adventurer at heart. She has studied survival skills since she was a teenager, as well as NIASZIIH Healing over the last few years. She was thrilled to test her skills and survive as long as she possibly could on Season 3, where she displayed a strong repertoire of skills and knowledge in shelter building, fire making, edible plants, and establishing a connection with the land. Those skills helped her survive for 86 days in the wilds of Patagonia.

She struggled with catching fish and keeping up her weight which ultimately led to her extraction. Leaving Patagonia, Carleigh felt so thankful for everything and everyone in her life, and there was a realness in living that she had never felt before. She’s thankful for a second chance, and hopes to hunt and gather enough food so that she can sustain herself for the long haul.

Here are the ten items Carleigh selected to bring on her survival journey to Mongolia:
Paracord, Saw, Sleeping bag, Pot, Ferro rod, Canteen Fishing line and hooks, Bow and arrows, Knife and Food ration.


Dave’s 73-day experience on Season 3 of Alone in Patagonia opened him to some life enhancing truths—if you have the courage, life does not have to continue in the direction you are going, and life has much more spice when you open yourself to living. With this in mind, Dave quit his job of six years as a bushcraft instructor, moved into his truck, and searched for new ways to learn and experience the world. This involved consulting for the television and fly fishing. Dave’s hope in Mongolia is to build a strong spiritual connection with the land and to learn what it takes to co-exist in this ecosystem.

Here are the ten items Dave selected to bring on his survival journey to Mongolia:
Axe, Sleeping bag, Pot, Ferro rod, Fishing line and hooks, Bow and arrows, Gill net, Trapping wire, Knife, Food ration.