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.
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.
Todd doubles down with two claims; Dakota Fred's glory hole; Parker hires a new crew; bonus footage, production facts and tweets.
Todd Hoffman and Parker Schnabel have been gold mining rivals since Todd first made his way to Alaska in 2010; a look back at their epic adventures and rags-to-riches success stories.
The miners reveal secrets from the gold mining season, including how a fistfight led to a resignation and how Tony was defeated by a piece of paper.
A fist fight on the Hoffman claim ends in a resignation; Tony's plan to relocate his dredge hits a brick wall; Parker records the biggest gold weigh of his life and teases his next big adventure.
The washplants featured on Gold Rush have trapped more than $18 million worth of gold; a look at which monster machines have made and lost the most money.
Todd uses dynamite to blast boulders and get to the gold; Parker has to overcome a flood to get to a record gold count; Tony heads up the freezing Yukon River in his massive power barge.
Todd finds monster nuggets on the top of a mountain; Parker and Rick struggle with a conveyor; Tony pits Monica against Kevin to see if the dredge is more efficient than a modern washplant.
Circumstances force Parker Schnabel to call his dad in to help his struggling operation; Todd Hoffman has the best clean-up of the season; Tony Beets' daughter Monica starts bringing home the gold.
The Hoffman crew opens a second mine in Colorado; Parker Schnabel tries out a new mechanic who fails to get approval from Mitch; Tony Beets sets sail in a power-barge up the mighty Yukon river.
Todd Hoffman eats humble pie when he begs his old crew to return; Parker Schnabel loses an excavator in a swamp; Tony Beets gives his daughter Monica her own operation.
Tony Beets breaks records with a big gold haul; Parker Schnabel battles to save his dream washplant; after seven weeks at the Buckland, Todd Hoffman's finally on the gold.
The remnants of the Hoffman crew reach their lowest point, but someone brings Todd good news; Tony Beets fires his barge captain, then runs aground up the mighty Yukon River; Rick Ness finally gets Parker Schnabel's second operation up and running.
Todd Hoffman's crew quits, and he desperately tries to keep mining with a skeleton team; Parker Schnabel carelessly breaks his truck's air hoses while transporting his wash plant; Tony Beets finds his dredge blowing gold out of the sluices.
With no paycheck for five weeks, Todd Hoffman's close-knit team members turn on each other; Parker's gamble to run his wash plant without protection from rocks proves costly; Tony builds a $10,000 mega-trailer to move his barge.
When Parker moves Sluicifer to a new cut, the ground gives way beneath her. Tony rips apart Dredge No. 2 while Dredge No. 1 brings in biggest gold haul in Gold Rush history. Todd and Dave face off at the Buckland. Includes never before seen footage.
Todd digs deeper than ever in a desperate search for gold; Tony tests his tugboat on the Yukon River; Parker's new wash plant cracks under pressure.
Tony arrives to find his $1 million dredge in disaster; while Rick is at his grandpa's funeral, Parker shuts him down by taking his equipment; the Hoffmans discover that their wash-plant doesn't work in their new mine.
Todd Hoffman moves his whole operation; Parker Schnabel is flooded out; Tony Beets' ancient dredge hits over $1 million in gold.
Todd battles to get the fifty ounces of gold he needs to keep his High Bar mine open; Tony brings all his children together to get his Paradise Hill claim up and running; Parker is furious at a series of errors which cost him thousands of dollars.
The story of how Todd Hoffman set out to escape the economic downturn of 2010 by building a better future as a miner in the gold fields of the frozen north and beyond.
Todd finally finds good gold at his new High Bar mine; Parker gives his foreman Rick his own operation and when Tony and Minnie decide to cut the dredge crew's pay, a key crew member calls it quits.
Todd returns to collect Monster Red; Parker pays Tony's royalties in gold, and receives an offer which could change his season.
Todd Hoffman takes a gamble and turns his back on guaranteed gold in the Klondike; Tony Beets buys a large second dredge to expand his empire; Parker Schnabel begins the new season without his grandfather.
Todd's move to Oregon doesn't pan out; Parker's new washplant breaks down; Tony takes to the sky to check up on his children.
Todd's whole operation is brought to a halt when a beaver dams his water supply; Parker's plant move turns into an excavator nightmare; a massive fix means Tony can finally get his broken dredge up and running.
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 believes that Oregon will pan out; Tony takes a turn for the worse; Parker's team snaps when they try a 12-hour relocation.
Parker aims to be king of the Klondike; Kevin and Monica get stuck in the muck; Todd gambles on a risky new cut.
Tensions soar on the claims; the Hoffmans are plagued by breakdowns; Parker's team crumbles; Gene and Tony disagree.
Monica takes the helm as captain of the dredge; Parker's new wash plant fights; the Hoffmans are overrun by tailings.
Parker turns 21 and takes a gamble on his operation; Tony's dredge is under repair again; Todd contends with muddy conditions.
Jack gets his chance to mine a high-producing creek in El Dorado; Parker's crew hopes Treasure Island will be fruitful; Tony has an unpleasant surprise.
Parker takes a risk on untested ground; Todd needs to find a way to fix his sluice box before he loses more gold; Tony and Gene get creative.
Parker loses key crew members as Tony orders him off his claim; Todd sets a huge goal for the season; Tony reveals plans for expansion.
Parker must make a difficult decision; Tony puts his operation in a greenhorn's hands; Todd's patience is tested.
Tony finally gets the dredge up and running, but an issue halts the operation; Grandpa John is rushed to the hospital.
Freddy Dodge and his brother, Derek, hunt for gold in the Yukon wilderness; includes bonus scenes and additional facts.
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.
Parker and Rick discuss the final push for 800 ounces; the Hoffman crew makes a shocking confession; the secretive world of gold processing.
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.