In this deleted scene, Todd Hoffman and his crew must deal with getting the trommel through town.
Join the three sets of Gold Rush crews as they embark on new epic quests to strike it rich!
In order to avoid an extremely dangerous bridge in the jungle, the Hoffman crew attempts to find an alternate route through the river.
Ah, there's an irony to asking someone who's ON TV whether they'd rather live without music or TV. But anyway, we did, and the Gold Rush crew's answer just may surprise you. (Or not.)
Find out what drives Todd and why he wants to take things to a new level.
Remsburg shares the most important aspect of mining.
Todd Hoffman and his crew attempt to drive their massive trommel across an extremely dangerous bridge.
Would you rather go back 200 years to meet your ancestors or forward to meet your descendants? The Gold Rush crew's answers just may surprise you (as they did Christo Doyle).
The Hoffman crew attempts to navigate their massive trommel up a steep, muddy hill in South America.
Find out who Jack mines for and why he doesn't believe in luck.
How do you describe a dream come true? If you're Chris, you do it with enthusiasm!
After Todd speaks to a local man, it is apparent that they might be onto something HUGE.
After Dave answers whether he'd rather talk to the animals or speak every human language, Todd turns the table on Christo. See how the discussion devolves into weirdness and sandwich hugs.
Find out who motivates Parker and what he means when he says "it's all connected."
The Dakota boys are ready to get their gold mining season underway, but Porcupine Creek is under three feet of snow.
Everyone's got their own ideas of where the gold is. Everyone has their reasons for mining. Everyone needs hope and patience.
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.