‘Alone: Frozen’ Finale Makes Franchise History By Crowning First Female Winner

‘Alone: Frozen’ Finale Makes Franchise History By Crowning First Female Winner
Alone: Frozen contestant Woniya Thibeault has just made history. No woman in the history of the competitive reality adventure series Alone has ever won before — until the latest season finale on Thursday, September 22. Alone: Frozen, the spinoff of the original History Channel series, saw some fan favorites from past seasons of the show coming back for another round of wilderness survival, this time on frozen Canadian soil — dropped off on the North Atlantic Coast of Labrador, Canada just as winter arrived. In Thursday’s final episode, “The Bitter End,” just two remained — Michelle Finn from Season 8 and Thibeault from Season 7. When Finn dropped out after 38 days, Thibeault officially made reality TV history, leaving her as the last contestant standing. So long as she survived the full 50 days, she would receive the entire 500,000 cash prize. Brendan George Ko and The History Channel Other returning contestants this season included Greg Ovens (Season
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