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Episodes of the reality series, "Gold Rush," with bonus content.

Latest episodes

aired 349 days ago
Patriarch Tony Beets goes back to his homeland, where he tells the tales of life in the Netherlands as a boy and how he became a Klondike legend.
aired 349 days ago
The worst breakdowns and best fixes that take place on the Klondike.
aired 350 days ago
Parker's wash plant catches fire before he hits his $8.4-million season; Rick's crew finishes strong; Tony heads into the wilderness to get his ancient dredge operating.
aired 350 days ago
Rick's crew fights to get the last bit of gold before they're shut down; Tony finishes his second dredge; Parker makes the riskiest move of his season.
aired 350 days ago
Parker gets a little help from his parents; Rick struggles to hit 1,000 ounces before the big freeze; shocking news forces Tony to make a tough decision about his season.
aired 350 days ago
Parker's wash plant, Big Red, is running dry as he approaches his $7.2-million target; Rick prepares to run 24/7 to hit his goal; Tony makes a dangerous call.
aired 350 days ago
The Beets family attempts a dangerous crane job; Rick fights frozen ground to keep his season afloat; Parker pushes his plant beyond its limit while trying to get every last bit of gold out.
aired 350 days ago
A terrible injury is the result of Parker's time on a jet boat; frozen ground threatens to shut down Rick's season; Tony and his family prepare to rebuild his million-dollar dredge.
aired 350 days ago
Brennan is challenged to move a wash plant in 24 hours; Rick's crew struggles after someone contracts a life-threatening illness; the Beets family prepares for Monica's wedding.
aired 350 days ago
Rick has his claim shut down after a disastrous mistake; Parker threatens one of his crew's veterans with demotion; Tony revives an ancient wash plant hoping to get it up and running again.
aired 350 days ago
Rick and Freddy risk sacrificing thousands in gold due to wash plant issues; Parker moves his biggest wash plant; Monica strives toward her 6,000-ounce season dream.
aired 350 days ago
The big day for Todd and Parker's 100-ounce bet has arrived; while Parker is chasing a record-breaking $7.2-million season, Todd is desperately trying to keep his crew from falling apart; Tony tries to beat the mighty Yukon freeze.
aired 350 days ago
The miners reveal the many issues they've faced in the Klondike, and they reflect on how they got where they are; later, experts help the miners work more efficiently with modern technology and mechanical innovations.
aired 351 days ago
Tony's operation hits a wall after teardown issues; Todd's son, Hunter, demands a new claim site for the future; Parker attempts to go off on his own, but Tony isn't keen on the idea.
aired 351 days ago
Parker gets an unexpected shock after test panning his first-ever Klondike claim; Todd uses chemicals to break a monster boulder; Tony nearly loses a crew member on the second dredge.
aired 351 days ago
Parker confronts Tony on suspicion of sabotaging his new ground; Todd deals with a wash plant that's pushing the limits of the noise regulation; Tony faces his biggest challenge yet while tearing down his second dredge.
aired 351 days ago
Rick's Indian River operation is in danger of shutting down after a production dive; Tony's progress is stalled when his son takes a break; Todd's crew investigates a mountainside after being given an ultimatum.
aired 351 days ago
Parker attempts a massive wash-plant move all on his own; Todd races to set up a new trommel; later, Todd lexperiences a medical emergency; Tony's daughter makes a costly mistake.
aired 351 days ago
Parker's crew gets stuck in the mud after opening a new cut; Todd hopes to assemble a new wash plant with Hunter's help; Tony gets stuck up the creek without a proper barge.
aired 351 days ago
The Hoffmans experience dysfunction after Todd's son makes a rookie mistake; Tony gets creative while tearing down his second dredge; Parker risks damaging his wash plant while rushing to finish his Scribner Creek operation.
aired 351 days ago
Todd's season gets kicked off with a surprise ruling from the county; Parker's foreman returns to his operation to find it's in an unsavory state; Tony's dredge hits a wall of permafrost that prevents him from getting the gold.

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