Alone Season 8 Episode 10: What to Expect?

In the latest episode of ‘Alone’ season 8, the remaining four contestants attempted to survive the coldest days of the year. The only thing they hoped for is to catch more fish using the gillnets they made. Yet, the cold weather greatly interfered with their plans. To know what happened next, there is a recap that will provide all the answers. In case you’re looking for a quick update on the release date and other details of episode 10, we’ve got your back. Here’s everything you need to know!

Alone Season 8 Episode 10 Release Date

‘Alone’ season 8 episode 10 will release on August 12, 2021, at 9:30 pm ET on History. New episodes land on the network on Thursdays, and each one has a runtime of around 90 minutes.

Where to Watch Alone Season 8 Episode 10 Online?

To watch ‘Alone’ season 8 episode 10, you can tune in to History at the above-mentioned date and time. If you miss the original broadcast, you can watch it later on History’s official website or the History app. Moreover, fans can also opt for live-streaming options available on DirecTVFubo TVSling TV, and Philo TV. In the case of people using VOD services, it is possible to rent/buy individual episodes or entire seasons of the show on Amazon Prime VideoiTunes, and Apple TV. Lastly, Hulu users can access the episodes of ‘Alone’ here.

Alone Season 8 Episode 10 Spoilers

In the tenth episode titled ‘All In,’ the survivalists will continue trying to collect as much food as they can. Some will employ new ideas and strategies to gain calories, while others will force themselves to sit in specific positions like hunkering down to survive with less food in the stomach. As the competition is slowly approaching its last stages, the desire to tap out will also run high.

Alone Season 8 Episode 9 Recap

In the ninth episode of ‘Alone’ season 8, titled ‘The Troll,’ Biko talked about how failure after failure could weigh a person down. As the contestants step into late October, the winds have become harsher, the nights stretch longer, and the skies are getting lonelier. At this point, they are all relying on their gillnets to get of their misery. In episode 8, Biko used the overhand knot technique, which looked intricate but had limited reach. He also used moss to chink up the cracks in his shelter that were letting in cold wind.

Moving on, Colter spotted a bird floating in the lake, and quite ecstatically, he retrieved his net only to find it teeming with worms. Yet, the first rule of being a survivalist is knowing that anything is consumable if correctly boiled and stewed. So, he did that and devoured the bird meat that remained. The most impressive thing about Colter in the episode was his gillnet, suspended five feet above the bottom of the lake so that it doesn’t get sucked in by boulders or any other items lying around.

Theresa, on the other hand, wove a beautiful parka to keep herself warm, and her fishnet was specifically designed to catch small fish, a strategy that seemed effective initially. Yet, when cold weather intervenes, it isn’t easy to get things done the way they’re supposed to be. Lastly, Clay’s highly advanced gillnet failed to bring him any luck because of the freezing weather, and it later got stuck in the bottom of the lake.

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