In PEOPLE's exclusive clip, the Brown family experience major life changes

By Lydia Price
Updated May 08, 2015 05:40 PM
Credit: Courtesy Discovery Channel

The wildest family of reality TV is back!

Discovery’s docu-series Alaskan Bush People follows the lives of the nine-member Brown family, led by parents Ami and Billy Brown, living in the remote Alaskan wilderness. The family is so isolated – they can go months at a time without any outside contact – that they have developed their own accent.

In an exclusive teaser for season 3, the civilization-shunning family faces huge life changes.

While the “wolf pack” works together to finish their new home, the grown male members of the clan seek to bring romance into their lives.

After mom Ami hires a matchmaker to set up her five sons, the show chronicles their first foray into the dating world.

Excitement for the Browns doesn’t end with the introduction of “beautiful” outside women. As they continue to try to live independently, the buck shooting, wood-chopping family contends with law enforcement and even tries to develop a new business.

Alaskan Bush People premieres May 29 at 9 p.m. ET on Discovery Channel.