Exclusive: Screen Rant presents a clip from the Life Below Zero season 22 premiere in which Andy and Denise Bassich flee from a rising river.
- National Geographic’s Life Below Zero continues to highlight the challenging lives of Alaskan residents facing unpredictable weather and wildlife.
- Season 22 premiere showcases Andy Bassich and Denise Becker’s struggle as a new threat jeopardizes their way of life.
- The clip emphasizes the tough nature of life in Alaska and the constant vigilance required to survive in the face of nature’s forces.
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A decade in, National Geographic’s Life Below Zero continues to highlight the lives of everyday people who must brave weather, wildlife, and more to live and thrive deep in Alaska. The series first debuted in 2013, and Life Below Zero season 22 premieres November 14th on National Geographic. The series has won an impressive number of accolades across its long run, with a total of eight Emmy Awards in the fields of cinematography and picture editing.
Screen Rant is excited to debut the above clip from the season 22 premiere of Life Below Zero which, like National Geographic’s Explorer series, showcases the risky business of surviving the Earth’s least forgiving biomes. The clip centers on longtime Life Below Zero subjects Andy Bassich and Denise Becker as a new threat puts their way of life into question.
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The above clip proves that Life Below Zero season 22 will offer viewers just as much suspense as ever while continuing to showcase the ups and downs of life in Alaska. The season 22 premiere is titled “Destroyer of Worlds”, and the following episode is titled ‘Fight the Freeze: Paving Paths”, suggesting that weather events like the rising river seen above will play a massive part in the season. Between Life Below Zero and the still-running Life Below Zero: Next Generation, viewers will be treated to insight after insight about what it is like to live in the wildest state.
Ultimately, the fact that Life Below Zero continues to present moments as engaging as Andy Bassich and Denise Becker’s flight from a rising river points to the tough nature of life in certain corners of Alaska. Bassich and Becker are just a few of the hardworking Alaskan residents who must be ever vigilant or risk losing what they’ve built to the forces of nature surrounding them. While the result of the river’s rise won’t be revealed until Life Below Zero premieres, the clip above proves there is no shortage of stories to tell for the series.
Life Below Zero premieres November 14th on National Geographic.