As if you needed a reason to tune in to the new season, we thought we'd remind you of the five awesome things you can't miss.
Parker prospects his new ground in the Klondike.
While digging at the far cut of Parker's claim, Rick Ness hits frozen ground, putting their mining operation at a standstill.
At Scribner Creek, Parker needs to find out if the swamp cut holds any gold, so he needs to run a thousand-yard test.
Jack Hoffman takes a spill while transporting a mini motorcycle.
Jack Hoffman received the greatest gift he could ever imagine: his beloved 400 excavator.
Tony Beets and his wife Minnie Beets are on the hunt for a crane to aid in the dredge demolition.
Find out the Beets' secret to success from the operators on Tony’s Paradise Hill claim.
Dakota Fred and Dustin are divided by where they want to mine for gold this season.
The crew goes to meet with Nelson, who knows a lot about gold to discuss it with them.
He has an excellent singing voice, and he wasn't always bearded.
Todd Hoffman and Freddy Dodge are in for quite the surprise when they arrive at their best prospective ground in South America.
It's time for Parker to make some big decisions- so he's called a meeting with his parents and Grandpa John.
At the end of Gold Rush's second season, Todd Hoffman made a bold promise about what viewers can expect in season three. Hear his very specific claim.
Research has shown the crew a part of beach that has gold where they go to find it.
The crew has only 48 hours to build a washplant to help them find gold.
The most wanted man on the planet, Pablo Escobar, buried his billion-dollar fortune all over Colombia. Legends say it has never been found. Two former CIA officers, armed with the skills and training, go on the hunt for the alleged hidden treasure in this all-new series.