Todd doubles down with two claims; Dakota Fred's glory hole; Parker hires a new crew; bonus footage, production facts and tweets.
Todd comes up with a risky plan to hit his gold goal; Parker fears that his season is over; viewer tweets.
Todd calls it quits and shuts down his Quartz Creek operation; Parker hits bedrock at Emerson Trench; production facts and tweets.
Parker learns about the fate of his Grandpa; Indian River faces a shutdown; the history of the Glory Hole; production facts and tweets and bonus footage.
Todd Hoffman needs 100 ounces of gold to avoid being closed down; the mystery of Smith Creek; with bonus footage and production facts and tweets.
Todd takes delivery of the Turbo Trommel; Dave's mine might close.
Todd's chief investor wants to see gold in the next few weeks; Fred tries to make a part from a pile of scrap metal.
Todd does a deal on a new gold-rich claim to get Dave's crew back in action; the Dakota boys hire new miners and one is quickly fired; Parker sets an unprecedented goal to get $40,000 worth of gold in his first week.
A mishap slows the Hoffman crew's progress; Gene devises a plan to get Parker running dirt again; Tony moves a heavy piece of the dredge into place.
Logan has a scare with the rock truck; the Hoffman crew has high hopes for a clean up; Parker's new cut is frozen; Tony does some heavy lifting.
The life of John Schnabel from the Kansas dustbowl, to a career on an Alaskan gold mine, Schnabel continues to inspire his grandson.
Todd's claim owner pressures the crew to produce more gold; Tony and the team work on the dredge; Parker has his eyes on a claim.
Todd needs a down payment for a wash plant; Parker spends a lot of money on new equipment; Tony tries to remove the wheelhouse from his dredge.
The Hoffmans must overcome a water shortage to clean their paydirt; Tony begins to move his dredge; Parker breaks records.
The Hoffmans' struggle continues; Parker takes extreme measures; Tony's rush to move his dredge could cause more delays.
A look back at the fourth season of Gold Rush with an exclusive sneak peek of the upcoming season where new claims, miners and machines are revealed.
Parker Schnabel recaps the fourth season of 'Gold Rush,' and his journey to more than a thousand-ounce season.
Todd tries to get his claim ready for mining; Tony and his son have a close call; Parker is swamped at the start of the season.
Parker and Payson follow their grandfather's lifelong wish and search for gold at Smith Creek.
Parker tries to succeed in his goal, getting help from an unlikely source.
One of Todd's men is airlifted to safety; Tony is angry to learn that Parker has moved the operation; the Dakota boys may be required to abandon their hole.
Todd's claim owner forces a change of plans; Grandpa makes a radical suggestion while visiting Parker; Dustin fights to reach mountain gold.
Todd's claim-owner issues an ultimatum; Dustin sets up shop at Cahoon Creek; Parker pushes Big Red to its limit.
Dave and Tim butt heads over the mining plan; the Dakota boys stake their future on a new cut; Parker gets a second chance.
Todd switches to diamond mining; Dustin is stranded in the mountains during an electrical storm; Parker's wash plant is destroyed.
Todd gets a shock when he returns to Guyana; Parker seeks advice from his grandfather when faced with mutiny; the Dakota Boys believe they will get a large payout.
Todd makes a startling departure; Parker must rebuild his wash plant; the Dakota Boys hit the bottom of the glory hole.
The Hoffman crew battles the hostile jungle to get mining equipment to the claim; the Dakota Boys drill hoping to find millions in gold; a new crew member throws out Parker's gold.
A review of the last season of 'Gold Rush'; catching up with the miners.
With added facts, tweets and bonus scenes; Todd needs a good strike in Guyana in order to convince his crew to abandon the Klondike.
With added facts, tweets and bonus scenes; Todd and his crew arrive in Chile and visit several potential mining locations.