Alone Season 8 Episode 8. In the latest episode of season 8 ‘Alone’, the girls found themselves on top of their worst category on a loose wild vacation. One of them got stuck in the middle of a cold lake while the other’s safety was threatened by a bear. The rest of the boys fix their houses and collect food. If you want to know about episode 7 of season 8 ‘Alone’, feel free to check out the review below.
Alone Season 8 Episode 8 Release Date
Alone Season 8 Episode 8 will be released on 22 July 2021, at 9:30 P.M. ET in History Network. The new episodes live on the network on Thursday, and all episodes have a watching time of approximately 44 minutes.
In Alone Season 8 Episode 8 ‘The Grizzly,’ the contestants will continue to fight wildlife, unexpectedly breaking their ground. They will have to be extra careful not to lose the basic food they have worked so hard for because of the wild animals that are out of control. One of the survivors will face a grizzly bear like Rose in the previous episode, while the other will face a dramatic decline in their lives. Looks like we’re about to see another extinction.
Alone Season 8 Episode 7 Review
The seventh episode of the 8th season ‘Alone’ is ‘Surrounded.’ There are five survivors in the desert, and conditions are getting worse, especially for Theresa and Rose. In the freezing cold, Theresa came out of the pool with one motive in mind: safe food for her body! But he got stuck in the water after his safety box did not work properly, and it took him 35 minutes to reach the shore.
The next contestant, Rose, found empty bottles that she used as cooking utensils to make tea. But it was not enough to fix the discomfort that almost forced him to take it out. In addition, his cam recorder caught a bear approaching his temporary home which was terrifying to watch. Later, he finally caught a rabbit and cooked perhaps the most delicious food we’ve seen in the current season.
Colter, on the other hand, collected 100 pounds [30 kg] of mushrooms and prepared his living space to survive the winter. You’re second without Clay, who doesn’t need to worry about food yet. He has 50 pounds of stored venison. Finally, we saw Biko build a door for the bridge in his shelter and fireplace next to it. He almost stumbled upon a slippery slope and saw that it was indeed clay, a valuable resource when trapped in the wild.