In the fourth episode of ‘Alone’ season 8, the survivalists focus upon two things absolutely necessary to exist: food and shelter. Even though they find creative ways to raise unique structures deliberately designed to serve them in different ways, the lack of adequate calories turns out to be a persistent problem. If you want a quick update on the latest episode, you can read the recap laid out at the bottom. For fans anticipating the next episode, here’s everything ‘Alone’ season 8 episode 5 might have in store!
Alone Season 8 Episode 5 Release Date
‘Alone’ Season 8 Episode 5 is set to release on July 1, 2021, at 9:30 pm ET on History. New episodes roll out on a weekly basis, and every episode has a runtime of around 90 minutes.
Where to Watch Alone Season 8 Episode 5 Online?
To watch ‘Alone’ Season 8 Episode 5 on TV, fans can tune in to History at the above-mentioned timeslot. If watching the show on cable TV is not an option, you can later do so on History’s official website. You can also opt for live-streaming platforms like DirecTV, Fubo TV, Sling TV, and Philo TV, where the show is available. In addition, you can rent/buy individual episodes or entire seasons on Amazon Prime Video, iTunes, and Apple TV. Alternatively, Hulu subscribers can access the show on the platform.
Alone Season 8 Episode 5 Spoilers
The next episode of ‘Alone’ season 8 is titled ‘The Buck,’ and as the title suggests, we might see a deer in the upcoming part. Although History has not released an official synopsis yet, we will update this section as soon as we receive news about the same. All in all, episode 5 will feature the four remaining contestants who will step into perhaps their third week of this unbearable ordeal in the wilderness. If the situation goes out of hand at any point, they will be free to tap out!
Alone Season 8 Episode 4 Recap
The fourth episode titled ‘Far From Home’ marks the second tap-out this season. The contestant in question surprisingly happens to be Jordan, who had assembled one of the most inventive and durable shelters this season. But his unstoppable desire to keep on crafting and building stemmed from an underlying need to keep himself busy. If he rested even for a second, memories of his daughter, who had passed away prematurely before turning four, haunted him.
At one point, he realized that he couldn’t carry the burden of his unresolved emotional baggage anymore, coaxing him to tap out. Elsewhere, Teresa seemed all tucked in beneath her pit shelter laden with a uniform arrangement of wood and pine. Her little cave looked strong and warm against the dangerous winter. As observed, raising a shelter doesn’t seem as taxing as arranging food.
Without adequate protein intake, the survivors were struggling, especially Nate, who wanted to extend his reach to other parts of the lake. So he created a pier and moved around until he finally caught one. Coulter also ventured out on his boat and managed to find a fish he could have for dinner. Later, he dove into the lake for a swim and spotted a bear staring at him from the other side. He shooed it away using three bear bangers and subsequently resigned into his new rock shelter. Rose, on the other hand, munched on seaweed.
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