City slickers get schooled by awesome hosts on their last chance to succeed off grid & survive off the land... among wildlife predators & natural disasters
The Raneys help Beth and Mike, who live in a ghost town in Montana. Stalked by a mountain lion, and devoid of any livestock, water or food, survival is a struggle.
The Deeters are dog-mushers from Alaska, with a distrust of outsiders. But when disaster strikes, the Raneys must convince them to make drastic changes to their home.
It's the Raney's biggest challenge yet. Marty must find a way to build a house suitable for the ageing parents, while Misty attempts to grow crops in the Desert.
The Raney's are called to a failing Homestead in Colorado. Plus, Don makes a 40 mile commute each day leaving Lorinda alone and terrified of the bears and mountain lions.
The Raneys help the Johnson family who have no drinking water or food sources. Their dogs have been killed by a mystery predator and worry they are next.
The Raneys assist two Montana homesteaders who face being trapped on their property. When a medical emergency strikes, the Raneys face their first ever failed rescue.
In Hawaii the Raneys attempt to save two homesteaders whose dream homestead lays a flash-flood zone. As the weather closes in, can they save the property from the water?
In Oregon, the Raneys are called in to help snowbound homesteaders. Exposed to local predators, they worry about the region's forest fires.
There's a nightmare in North Carolina. A couple's ramshackle cabin has exposed wires in the shower livestock decimated by predators. Can the Raneys help?
Arctic temperatures and a hungry grizzly wreak havoc on a struggling homestead. The Raneys take action with big builds including a blacksmith shop - but tragedy strikes.
The Raneys arrives at a homestead threatened by heat, coyotes and even cows. Disaster strikes when Marty attempts to protect livestock with a massive build.
The Raneys arrives at a homestead with a bee-obsessed owner unintentionally attracting bears with his hives. Plus, dangerous winds threaten the bathhouse.
The Raneys head off to answer an SOS call from an off-grid couple. But with severe storms threatening floods, they are in a race against Mother Nature.
The Raneys try to restore a failed homestead in Ohio. Marty's only hope is an old gas well, which if he can get working, can breathe life back into the property.
The Raneys arrive in Missouri to see a family that has just survived a tornado. Living in a crumbling cabin, they also have no clean water source.
The Raneys must save an Oregon homestead trapped at the bottom of a 100 foot cliff separating them from four acres of land they need for food and livestock.
Amputee Jeff and wife Carol need a liveable home, water, and a place to grow food. The Raneys build an entire cabin from scratch and harness a natural spring.
Soil poisoned by coal production hampers a Kentucky homestead. The Raneys must build a hillside garden on the only unpolluted land and find a source of clean water.
A dangerous request from the Smith family in a Missouri flood zone forces the Raneys to build a dam and plan an entire cabin move.
The Raneys create their first-ever self-automated homestead in the fierce Alaskan wilderness while firefighters Kim and Casey Boespflug are away on duty.
Marty embarks on an ambitious, off-grid hydropower system following a storm. Matt creates a meat smoker, but a surprise accident leads to a construction site injury.
Marty helps Oregon homesteaders build a barn, Misty creates her first-ever subterranean garden, and Matt finds a humane approach to a mysterious predator threat.
Threatened by an approaching wildfire, Stuart and Toni Rinker need a solution to their failing Idaho homestead. But, Stuart opposes the Raneys' fire-proofing plans.
A homestead in danger of a raging California wildfire prompts Marty to clear cut surrounding trees and create an evacuation ark for the Grants' livestock.
The homestead of musician Lou and partner Stacey is threatened by water erosion and at serious risk from a torrential rainstorm. The Raneys come to the rescue.
The Counters moved to a remote plot in Colorado for much-needed tranquillity. But two years in, their crops are failing, and their teenage kids are bored.
The Dagues moved to Michigan's wilderness. But they have no power, predators killed their chickens and all their water must be hand-pumped from a well.
The Raneys return to Alaska, but they find their homestead on complete disrepair. They race to build a steel tram before the deep freeze sets in again.
The Raneys must move an entire cabin into the flood zone as Marty's dam is put to the test. The surprise arrival of chicks means the coop needs an upgrade.
The Raneys are faced with the daunting task of overhauling a faulty electrical system and building the first hydro-electric wheel on the Little Susitna River.
The Raneys attempt to save a single mother and her daughter from a rampant moose, Marty builds a bridge across a creek and Matt teaches predator deterrent techniques.
After a devastating earthquake, Marty saves a log cabin from crumbling to the ground while Misty replaces a collapsed greenhouse and Matt constructs a new building.
The Raneys help a family struggling to survive in their home made of 30,000 tire bales. They are battling intruding pests, flooding, and unstable walls.
The Raneys continue rescuing a tire bale home in Ohio. The clock is ticking as they work to provide fresh water, strengthen walls, and jumpstart an indoor garden.
The Raneys help an Oregon couple with a toxic salt water well. Marty builds a massive catchment pond and Matt works on a solar still to de-contaminate the water.
Marty must move a failing cabin onto a flood-proof foundation while Matt teaches an ill mother how to face her fear of invasive hogs.
The Raneys tackle a treehouse cabin on the verge of collapse in Missouri. Misty constructs a greenhouse out of scavenged windows, and Matt builds a workshop.
In Northern California, the Raneys give a masterclass on rebuilding from scratch when they help a family whose homestead was destroyed in a devastating wildfire.
A family in Idaho suffers from a cabin on the verge of collapse and predator threat to 100 chickens. The Raneys set about making it liveable.
A daughter pleads for help from the Raneys to rescue her mother and stepfather whose failing homestead in Arizona faces deadly monsoon floods and a menacing cougar.
In the Smoky Mountains, the Raneys visit a homestead on the brink of collapse. They race to establish a viable homestead before the next big storm.
The Raneys put their ingenuity to the test on a homestead in Hawaii that was destroyed by lava. They need to find a way of protecting it from future eruptions.
The Raneys convert an old barn into a commercial fishing kitchen. But when Marty is forced to quarantine, Matt and Misty make a golden discovery.
Misty and Matt find themselves alone on a critical rescue of Alaskan homesteaders ill from dirty water and stuck in a crumbling cabin.
The Raneys rescue some inexperienced homesteaders in Alabama. Their improvements include a solar kiln, tornado bunker and an upcycled predator-proof coop.
In Mississippi, the Raneys must first solve the mystery of flooding water before teaching a family of six to thrive off-grid together.
In Hawaii, the Raneys rescue a young family with a crumbling cabin on a homestead infested by slugs carrying a brain-eating parasite.
The Raneys rescue a family descended from rock'n'roll royalty by reclaiming their homestead from the jungle on Kauai. But a dangerous flash flood causes issues.
In the Tennessee mountains, the Raneys constructs a massive yurt. They turn a rundown pond into a food source and create a workshop with a propane forge.
The Raneys face a swamp nightmare in Georgia. They must find an ingenious way to reclaim the Buchannans' land from a snake and gator-infested swamp.
The Raneys bring some homesteading mastery to a Vermont couple. Marty creates viable access through dense terrain, while Misty builds an underground garden.
The Raneys help a struggling Idaho family in a cliffside geodesic dome home. Misty builds an innovative garden greenhouse, while Matt finds a dangerous predator.
The Raneys help a Texas family with dreams of a horse rescue. Misty builds a multi-tier garden and duck pond, and Marty constructs an innovative horse barn.
With a major setback in Misty's build, the Raneys race the clock in their rescue of a Texas homestead. Matt builds a hog trap for an additional food resource.
The Raneys find a Montana homestead struggling through food, predator and power problems. Marty and Matt enlist a community of firefighters to help.
The Raneys rescue a single-father homesteader facing threats of rockslides and bears in a Montana box canyon. Marty and Misty face an uphill battle.
Marty faces his most daunting challenge ever in the rescue of a Tennessee homestead. He calls on past homesteaders and a home renovation team to help.
For families moving entirely off-grid, the learning curve is steep. To save their homesteads, they call in survival experts to prepare them for the worst.