Port protection cast salary: It is morbid to think about, but when people look at services where people are placed in risky circumstances knowingly, they still realize that there is a big population of people who look at whether or not a disaster is going to happen.
You know that some of the audiences are still searching for death, be it looking at NASCAR or checking out the cast Life Below Zero spin-off Port Safety in the wilderness of Alaska.
A Port Safety resident’s total revenues are $25,618 per year. The US mean is 28,555 dollars annually.
- Port Security residents have a median household income of $14,318 annually. The average US dollar annually is 53,482. The Port Security sales tax rate is 0.0%. The average US figure is 7.3%.
- The Port Security Income Tax rate is 0.0%. The average US figure is 4.6%.
- When considering the cost of living, tax rates may have a significant impact.
The extension of Life Below Zero begins today on National Geographic Channel with the launch of Life Below Zero: Port Protection (NatGeo, Tuesdays at 9 p.m.), which follows around 15% of the people in a tiny Alaskan hamlet.
The new programmer is technically a continuation of the NatGeo series Port Protection Alaska, which initially aired in 2015 and ran for three seasons. However, as its trailer and commercials—set to Danny Farrant and Paul Rawson’s mournful song “Hey Boy in the Pines”—show, it keeps Life Below Zero’s characteristic graphics while being a different series. (In addition, there will be a brand-new spin-off.)
Despite the same names and Alaska locale, the key cast members (below) are unlikely to have any relationship to Life Below Zero’s major characters, such as Sue Aikens. Crossovers are “unlikely,” according to Litzinger, but “you never know what the future holds” since “the programmed is unscripted and PP is hundreds of miles away from the LBZ ensemble.”