Two million Americans have attempted and failed to live apart from society and the grid in the past ten years. The tens of thousands of families who choose to become homesteaders have a challenging learning curve. Homestead Rescue comes next.
Marty Raney is an experienced homesteader who travels the country, teaching struggling homesteaders how to survive in the woods. Along with his son Matt Raney, a hunter and fisherman, and daughter Misty Raney, a farmer, he does this.
The Raney family also includes Misty Raney. Despite the high stakes involved, the Raney family remains committed to protecting the other homes’ welfare and equipping them for the adverse consequences of nature. Every family must decide whether to return to society or spend their first year in the wild.
The reality show Homestead Rescue, which follows city dwellers as they attempt to live off the grid with the assistance of educated homesteaders, has seen a discernible increase in popularity in recent years. Viewers find interest in the idea of living a more straightforward, modest life, with all of its difficulties.
The show is renowned for its ardent presenters, such the dedicated Marty Raney, who provides the applicants with advice on how to survive in the wilderness. The success of Homestead Rescue and growing living costs have contributed to the rise in popularity of off-grid living. Many people watch and stream the show every day, despite others’ worries about its drama and exaggeration.
This episode takes place in Oregon, the scene of a near-fatal accident that nearly claimed the lives of a group of homesteaders. At that point, Matt, Marty, and Misty step in to provide their advice on how to preserve and modernize their property. It is by no means a simple undertaking.
These homesteaders in Oregon live in a remote place surrounded by stunning trees and the natural world; the only way to access their land is by a bridge that links them to the main road. They are the only people linked to the grid by electricity. It sounds enjoyable, doesn’t it?
However, things aren’t meant to be simple in Homestead Rescue. These folks are alone, the bridge is in disarray, and it is difficult to move equipment or even enter or exit the area. Infrastructure maintenance and upkeep are the duties of the state and local governments; despite their challenges, they typically fulfil these obligations; nevertheless, in this instance, the local government has been neglecting the bridge for years.
The homesteaders, Matt, Marty, and Misty, must work together to create a bridge that complies with the laws and offers them the security, dependability, safety, and durability they need to keep their homesteaders connected to the main road.
Building infrastructure isn’t something you can do on your own because the State will come after you. It’s not a simple task. We observe as the crew in the confessionals bemoans the burdensome task of transporting their apparatus and equipment from point A to point B, as well as the excessive red tape. Ultimately, they succeed. And how they manage to achieve that is a remarkable feat in and of itself.
The title of the episode is “Tennessee Unplugged.” A three-generation family in the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee chooses to live on the unproductive side of their land that is connected to electricity, which causes their homestead to fail. To persuade them to cross over, the Raneys set out on a risky rescue mission.
Release Date and Where to Watch
Homestead Rescue Season 11 Episode 4 will air on Sunday, December 10, 2023, at 8:00 PM PT in the US. The duration of every episode is 120 minutes. The release dates in different countries are:
- Eastern Time (Canada): 8:00 PM on Sunday, December 10, 2023
- Greenwich Mean Time (London): 12:00 AM on Monday, December 21, 2023
- Central European Time (Germany): 2:00 AM on Monday, December 21, 2023
- Philippine Standard Time (Philippines): 8:00 AM on Monday, December 21, 2023
- Australian Standard Time (Australia): 11:00 AM on Monday, December 21, 2023
Homestead Rescue is available to watch on Discovery Go, Discovery+, and The Roku Channel. All of the seasons of the show, which debuted on June 17, 2016, are accessible on Stream TV Show, Prime Video, Philo, Vudu, and Apple TV+.