Premise: The boys are back in Alaska (although Discovery dropped the state's mention in the title after the first season) hoping to strike it rich mining for gold. Their first effort was anything but rich and glorious, however, as the crew led by Todd Hoffman and his father, Jack, sunk $250,000 into their dream and came away with just $20,000 worth of gold. The dismal summer was filled with injuries, malfunctioning equipment and constant fighting among the greenhorn miners, yet their serious case of gold fever trumps any talk of giving up and leads to new operating plans in order to salvage their dream. The series also keeps tabs on the efforts of teenager Parker Schnabel, veteran Dakota Fred and longtime Yukon resident Tony Beets to hit the mother lode at separate sites.
"We were more like on our face," says Todd Hoffman of the trials he faced on "Gold Rush" this sea...
"When Richard Madden showed up," "Gold Rush" executive producer Christo Doyle says, "I went to hi...
"Good ground makes a good miner," says Parker Schnabel of "Gold Rush." "With good ground, everybo...
Says Emily Riedel of "Bering Sea Gold," "Gold mining is not for the sane, but it's not for the in...
Says "Gold Rush" executive producer Christo Doyle, "There are bad Christmas sweaters; we exchange...
Since "Gold Rush" is a show about seeking a precious metal deep in the Earth, from Alaska to Cana...
"I have a lot of friends who've even graduated college," says Parker Schnabel, "and they don't kn...
With business flourishing at McKinnon Creek, Todd and his father realize it's now or never to prospect at El Dorado Creek, where a fault line could make history.
The sons of the Klondike return for more gold digging; the Hoffmans try to rebuild their reputation; the Beets family attempts to rise again.
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