SBS has announced a special one-hour program, Alone Australia: The Reunion. Hosted by Amanda Keller OAM, the show brings together the entire cast for the first time since they were dropped in the remote wilds of Western Tasmania/Lutruwita, completely isolated from the world and each other, stripped of modern possessions, contact and comforts, to self-document their experience.
The final two episodes of Alone Australia premiere on Wednesday 24 May at 7.30 pm and 8.30 pm, exclusively on SBS and SBS On Demand, and culminate with Alone Australia: The Reunion at 9.30pm on SBS On Demand and Thursday 25 May at 7.30 pm on SBS.
After months of isolation for some, challenged by the merciless forces of nature, hunger, and loneliness, join Beck, Chris, Duane, Gina, Jimmy, Kate, Michael, Mike, Peter, and Rob as they discuss their experiences and reveal never-before-seen footage.
Host of Alone Australia: The Reunion Amanda Keller said: “I have been a massive fan of Alone for years and have been glued to the Australian series (even though it has slowed down my consumption of boiled eels). I can’t wait to debrief with the cast and hear all the behind-the-scenes stories of their incredible experience.”
SBS head of unscripted Joseph Maxwell said: “SBS is incredibly proud of how Alone Australia has become the standout new hit series of 2023, as Australians have followed the highs and lows of our incredible cast over the past six weeks. They’ve battled everything from extreme weather, hunger, and loneliness – along with falling tree limbs, slippery eels, and clever pademelons – and we know fans will be thrilled to see them come together in the studio for this special program, Alone Australia: The Reunion. Expect tears, laughter and exclusive scenes giving insight into their experience.”
Alone Australia continues Wednesdays with the final two episodes premiering Wednesday 24 May at 7.30 pm and 8.30 pm, exclusively on SBS and SBS On Demand.
Alone Australia: The Reunion premieres Thursday 25 May at 7:30 pm on SBS and 9:30 pm on SBS On Demand.