Alone puts survivalists by themselves in the wilderness, without camera crews, support teams, or producers – on a single mission to stay alive for as long as possible. The last person standing will win $500,000.
Emotions run high for the remaining participants as they struggle to adapt; one participant wrestles with the solitude, while the other risks it all, taking a perilous journey into the unknown.
After three weeks, mental and physical struggles take their toll on the remaining participants; some teeter on calling it quits as they battle deep-seated conflicts.
One participant races to find the salmon run before it ends, while another undertakes an epic journey; one of the survivalists tries to combat nature's fury head on.
While some of the participants push themselves to ensure long-term survival, others question their ability to endure.
The final four contend with mental fatigue and physical exhaustion. As one participant faces stiff competition for fish, another may miss the salmon run due to a potentially disastrous miscalculation.
Winter arrives and the final participants are forced to take risks as food sources dwindle. Between the frigid temperatures and the deepening need for human contact, the lure of home is stronger than ever.
The remaining participants are worn thin as starvation and isolation become unbearable. One man faces a potentially deadly situation.