In the latest episode of ‘Alone’ season 8, there was another tap out that has now left us with four contestants. With around eight days to go, the survivalists need to find a way to avoid starvation that has already taken a toll on their health. Even their fish traps spread out over the water failed to assist them in the way they were supposed to. For a detailed rundown on the events that took place in episode 8, there is a recap that you can refer to. For an idea of what lies ahead, you can rely on us for all the details of episode 9!
Alone Season 8 Episode 9 Release Date
‘Alone’ season 8 episode 9 will release on August 5, 2021, at 9:30 pm ET on History. New episodes land on the network on Thursdays, and every episode has a runtime of around 90 minutes.
Where to Watch Alone Season 8 Episode 9 Online?
To watch ‘Alone’ season 8 episode 9, 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 DirecTV, Fubo TV, Sling 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 Video, iTunes, and Apple TV. Lastly, Hulu users can access the episodes of ‘Alone’ here.
Alone Season 8 Episode 9 Spoilers
In the ninth episode of ‘Alone’ season 8, titled ‘The Troll,’ the final four contestants will strive to live out their last days in the wild with nothing but survival skills to rely on. They will then compete to win the grand prize of $500,000, and Chilko lake, as usual, will continue to pose challenges for the survivors as they go through the last leg of the competition.
Alone Season 8 Episode 8 Recap
The eighth episode of ‘Alone’ season 8 is titled ‘The Grizzly.’ At this point, the show has turned into a starvation competition, with the remaining five contestants trying to secure food by all means. After long hours of struggle, Colter caught a gillnet that finally put our hearts to rest. The first survivalist to tap out was Rose, whose exit came at an unexpected time. There was a bobcat prying into her storage despite all the traps laid out for protection against animals. A few moments after the incident, a medical check-up revealed that Rose’s toes became discolored. She also felt cold and disoriented when she tried to cook, so a tap out was inevitable.
Moving on to the top four, Biko was struggling to get rid of a mouse that disrupted his peace. He spent most part of the episode trying to catch it. Biko also went through health problems that prohibited him from unleashing his full potential, but his storehouse contained a decent amount of deer meat which was the only thing he could rely on. On the other hand, Clay attempted to catch fish, but his trip was interrupted by a bear lurking in the shadows, and the moment he spotted it, Clay climbed up a tree to seek shelter until it disappeared.
Theresa was the one who had it the worst because of the burns all over her body following the ice incident. On top of that, her trotline got stuck underwater, which put a stop to her fishing plans, yet she chose not to lose hope. She went to the shore and picked up two fish lying there as a result of a momentary dip in the water levels. Lastly, Colter failed to catch any fish, which came as a shock because of the massive trap he had spread out.
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