Christo drops in on Parker at his office and gets a personal tour of his massive operation, Mitch and Doumitt reveal what claim life is like off the clock and Tyler teaches Christo how to drive a rock truck.
Tony Beets, the King of the Klondike, talks through the ups and downs of Gold Rush with Christo Doyle. Tony explains what's really going on with his beloved dredges and reveals whether they will ever catch gold again. Then, we delve deep into his long, rocky relationship with Parker.
Tony Beets takes Christo Doyle back to the beginning, from leaving the Netherlands with Minnie at age 17, to working his way up the ladder in Dawson City, to becoming a Yukon Gold mining legend. Then, Tony, Minnie and the kids give a behind-the-scenes look at their first five seasons of Gold Rush.
For the first time, Fred Lewis walks Christo Doyle through the dark days that led up to landing on Gold Rush. The man behind Misfits Mining finally reveals how close he came to ending it all, how he landed on TV and how his relationship with his best friend Parker fell apart.
The Dirt celebrates the halfway point for this season of Gold Rush with a mix of never-before-seen footage and our favorite moments. Parker and Fred's confrontation, Rick's history as a football player and an interview with Tyler Mahoney from down under.
Tony and Minnie check in from Mexico. Freddy Dodge and Juan Ibarra share a sneak peek of their new show, Freddy Dodge's Mine Rescue, and Dave Turin gets in on the fun. Later, Mike Rowe checks in to talk about his new show.
Christo gets caught in the middle of a debate between Fred and Dustin Hurt on who started the conflict in camp. Later, Fred Lewis and his crew do their best to keep morale high despite low gold totals, an easier job thanks to new Dirt favorite Johnny.
Tony tells why the gold totals are a closely guarded secret on the mine site. Monica welcomes her best friend Ruby to join. Rick explains how he and Carl developed such a close bond. Tyson joins Mitch and Brennan to discuss Mitch's big blow up.
Live from Rick's driveway, Rick and Kruse talk their successful start to the season. Mitch and Doumitt call in from Oregon and Dustin and Carlos take us into the frigid Alaskan white water to talk nuggets, and lots of them.
The Beets children compete with dad to uncover who qualifies as a bonafide artist on the excavator. Fred Lewis, Khara and Kendall discuss how ex-military miners maintain morale during a dearth of gold and Freddy Dodge weighs in on their predicament.
Parker lays out his new mine boss philosophy and Mitch and Brennan weigh in. The Ness crew explains how less laughs might equal more gold. Kruse starts a side career as a talk show host. Fred Hurt at 77 explains why he has no intention of slowing down.
The Dirt is back with Parker, Rick, Tony and the first-time mine boss, Fred Lewis. Parker lets loose on Fred's style, Rick explains why this will be his best year and Fred shows us a group of veterans that are like no mining team we've seen before.
Rick reveals major progress about his mining season and gold room ace Karla gives an exclusive look at her quarantine. Boat captains from Bering Sea Gold and All on The Line discuss their season. Brennan and Mitch give an update on Parker's operation.
Parker shocks with a major update about his mining plans and the Trail Crew joins with new insights from their journey. Rick and Kruse explain their success ice racing and Mitch and family check in. Bering Sea Gold captains discuss the new season.
Christo virtually catches up with Parker, Tony, Rick, Dave Turin and other miners during the quarantine. They reveal how they're doing in this unprecedented time and what it means for their upcoming mining season.
The Parkers Trail crew reveal untold stories about their grueling road trip in Australia. Then, Team Turin discuss Dozer Dave's big end-of-season decision and gurus Freddy Dodge and Juan Ibarra drop gold knowledge.
Dozer Dave and Team Turin reveal the full story behind the catastrophic decision that could end their season early. Then, the Parker's Trail crew explain what went down that led to their rescue by Aussie legend and helicopter pilot known as Magoo.
The Parker's Trail crew rave about all the big gold in Australia and reveal behind the scenes stories about all the colorful characters they met. Then, Dave Turin gets real about a rough season, and we uncover the biggest prankster on the Team Turin.
The mine bosses and their top brass all discuss the epic Gold Rush finale. The miners don't hold back about their highs and lows of a difficult mining season. Then, the award for the Biggest Screwup is handed out and we reveal plans for next season.
With the mine bosses not around, the top brass from all three mine sites do not hold back about how their seasons have gone so far. Gene Cheeseman returns and is candid about his falling out with Parker and the difficult season he's had with Rick.
The one-of-a-kind Beets family explain why their season has been a struggle and the kids rip Tony for his questionable operating skills. Dozer Dave Turin and foreman Jason Sanchez reveal the truth behind the disastrous start to their all-new season.
After Christo and The Dakota Boys hash out bad blood, Fred and Dustin reveal what led to their best gold mining season yet. Then, Parker and crew discuss their brutal final push before winter and unveil the most outrageous machine ever on Gold Rush.
Rick Ness and crew take us out on the town in Keno to blow off steam. Rick reveals that after Carl's near mutiny they almost came to blows. Parker's co-foremen, Mitch and Brennan, don't hold back when it comes to their boss' attention problems.
The Dirt is back with three mine bosses on the hot seat to answer your burning questions. What really happened with Tony's water license? What made Rick leave the Klondike for Keno? Then, Parker and Tony get real on their rocky relationship.
The mine bosses face off to discuss tonight's fiery Gold Rush finale. We reveal exclusive sneak peeks, award the Most Valuable Miner of each claim and things get out of hand as beers and our biggest round table yet prove to be a recipe for disaster.
Rick confronts Karla about what's really going on in his gold room. The Beets drop hints about their mining plans for Dredge #2. Then Parker delves deep into Grandpa John's legacy and we get an intimate look at the life of Gold Rush's most beloved miner.
For the first time, Zee tells Rick and crew the shocking story of his near-death experience. Tony and Minnie give the inside scoop on the first-ever Gold Rush wedding. Parker finally details what happened in the boating accident that broke Mitch's arm.
Parker discusses tonight's disastrous mine accident that sent a key crew member to the hospital. Dave Turin and Freddy Dodge are back and Freddy drops some serious gold knowledge. The Parkers Trail crew reveal what's coming on the all-new season.
The crew lieutenants tell all, without their bosses looking on. We find out from Mitch and Doumitt if Parker has truly changed. Kevin and Juan reveal the truth about the dredge #2 move and Terry and Zee come clean about the Ness crew's near mutiny.
Rick and the Milwaukee Boys have fun at each other's expense. Rick opens up about Carl Rosk's health problems and his father leaving the claim. The Beets family don't hold back with a shocking tip on how to get the feel of heavy equipment.
Rick's rookie crew make shocking personal revelations. Parker's crew tease him about his trailer, aka the Castle on the Hill. The Beets family fire back about social media backlash. Then, Dave and Freddy take questions from Gold Rush super fans.
Dream team Freddy Dodge and Dave Turin are back! Dave gets emotional about his chaotic Gold Rush exit. Then, Parker finally opens up about his break-up with Ashley and Tony Beet's mechanic Juan Ibarra is brutally honest about working for his new boss.
Tony Beets and family don't hold back about their long, tough season. Tony actually admits he made a mistake and we get an exclusive look at the nightmare of filming Dredge #2. Later, Rick Ness makes a major announcement about his father, Rick Sr.
Rick and Parker reveal that there's bad blood in the most intense conversation yet. Parker admits that his feud with Tony is often worse than what's portrayed on the show. Then, Rick and his crew lighten the mood with wild tales of life on the claim.
Host Christo Doyle is back! Parker & crew explain their slowest start in years, and expose a shocking side of claim life. Rick reveals how he really feels about his ex-boss, Parker. Karla gets way too personal about living with the Milwaukee Boys.
Matt Rogers and Dave Turin are on the road with all three crews in Dawson City; Parker and Tony get real about their ongoing battle; Rick's crew members don't hold back about their shaky start; the bosses face a social media storm.
Christo is back and sends the Dirt on the road to Dawson. Matt Rogers and Dozer Dave dig in with the mine bosses about the explosive Gold Rush season premiere. Will Parker and Tony ever see eye to eye and why did Rick Ness really strike out?
Tony, Minnie, and Kevin Beets join host Matt Rogers to delve into their latest dredge issues. Also, a birds-eye view of the Beets camp is also unveiled. Parker Schnabel talks about his stressful first gold cleanup and Rick's new promotion.
New host Matt Rogers sits down with the Hoffmans to discuss the upcoming explosive season premiere. Parker dives into last season's dramatic ending and Tony gives an exclusive look at what lies ahead for his family and the dredge.
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