As the Brown family awaits Ami's treatment options, this lost episode shows the wolfpack's ability to endure through hardships in every environment. Adrift on the shores of the Alaskan wilderness, the wolf pack rediscovers their need for adventure.
As Ami awaits treatment options, the kids prepare to join Matt in Alaska to begin packing up Browntown. However, after an accidental explosion that leaves Matt injured, Bear, Rain and Bird must begin the difficult work on the homestead short-handed.
The Brown children face a critical decision as they part ways with the family's Alaskan homestead, while Ami braces for her upcoming cancer treatments in California, the wolf pack finds new ways to keep spirits high.
As Ami prepares to undergo treatment for lung cancer, siblings Bear, Bird, and Rain work to give the family's homestead back to the bush. The entire wolfpack looks to the future and finds strength in the hope for a new place to call Browntown.
As the Brown family adapts after closing their dream homestead, they charge toward a new beginning with the skills and knowledge they've acquired over 35 years in the Alaskan wilderness.
In McCarthy, Neil Darish is on the brink of reopening the Motherlode mine for tourism, but a new arrival puts Neil’s empire at risk. And to grow his family's farm, Jeremy Keller begins a new venture, and an unlikely alliance is formed by two rivals.
Neil seeks help from McCarthy’s unlikeliest resident to pursue his mine tour project. Local legend Tim gets a reminder of home when Mark pays a surprise visit. Jeremy treks to the Mother Lode to see what Neil has in store for the town’s future.
Neil’s new hotel project is over budget so his investing partner moves to push him out of his oldest business. Jeremy and his boys go on a supply run for hay and return with Jason Lobo. Jenny Rosenbaum makes a life-changing discovery.
A new era is upon McCarthy. Big money brings even bigger change as plans for tourism at the Mother Lode mine push forward. And as the last days of winter threaten life as they know it, McCarthy locals must once again band together.
Neil pushes the town closer to the edge as he begins the first Mother Lode tour, but complications could spell the end of his life's work. Jeremy and Gary embark on a bear hunt but encounter something even more dangerous.
Jeremy battles rising rivers in search of old growth timber for Neil’s lumber project. At the Mother Lode, Neil gambles the entire project on excavating a new entrance. Jenny prepares to bring new life to McCarthy.
"Old Man of the Mountain" Tim Mischel sets foot on McCarthy soil once again. The Nizina river threatens Jeremy’s hopes of growing his farm. A shortcut to the hidden city in the mountain brings McCarthy closer to becoming a major tourist attraction.
McCarthy mainstay Mark seeks out a rare local treasure to welcome home old timer Tim. At long last Neil opens the Mother Lode mine to the public for tourism but his partnership with Jeremy puts the Keller family’s future in the town at a crossroads.
The inspiring untold story of how gold miner Todd Hoffman set out to escape the economic downturn and build a better future in the gold fields of the frozen north.
In Season 6 of Gold Rush, Parker Schnabel goes head to head with rival Todd Hoffman to see who will be King of the Klondike. Klondike legend Tony Beets puts sets out to prove that the future of gold mining involves a decrepit 70 year old dredge.
A new epic story of two gold mining legends, Todd Hoffman and Parker Schnabel, from rags to riches and their rivalry.
Life isn't easy for the gold dredgers in the frontier town of Nome, Alaska, where a modern day gold rush is underway. But that doesn't stop them from hunting gold in one of the world's most inhospitable places - the bottom of the frozen Bering Sea.
The Kilcher family settled in an isolated community outside of Homer, Alaska 80 years ago, seeking a more free and simple way of life. Experience life off the grid as the Kilcher family works together to survive as homesteaders in the Alaskan wilderness.
Hidden deep in the wilderness of Alaska is the toughest town in America: McCarthy. Only 42 residents brave the extreme conditions. They are mavericks, trailblazers, risk takers and rabble rousers, all trying to escape their past by surviving at the end of America.
Follow the lives of ambitious miners as they head north in pursuit of gold. With new miners, new claims, new machines and new ways to pull gold out of the ground, the stakes are higher than ever. But will big risks lead to an even bigger pay out?
How far would you go to live free? Just 60 miles from the Arctic Circle lies a town on the edge of civilization: Tanana, Alaska. This frozen village of 200 people is part of an unknown America where men hunt and trap to survive, subsisting like modern day cavemen.
Sons of Winter features the Barks family: homesteaders who have rejected modern living and instead choose to live off the grid and maintain a pioneer lifestyle in northern Saskatchewan.
Meet some of the last Alaskans allowed to live within the 19 million acres of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge and follow along as they survive in one of the most remote places in the country.
It's the deadliest job on earth: crab fishing off the Alaskan coast on the icy Bering Sea. These adventurers will battle Arctic weather, brutal waves, and a ticking clock for big money in this modern-day gold rush from which they may never return.
The Oregon coast bursts with sea life, but is a labyrinth of sandbars and currents. Deadliest Catch: Dungeon Cove goes on board the vessels that navigate this stretch of sea, braving massive waves and unpredictable conditions.