Todd Hoffman has once again dragged his crew into the jungle, and it is not going well for them. Besides the financial bind that the Hoffmans always seem to be in, the dangers of the jungle are very, very real. Has Todd gone too far this time financially or otherwise? Has he really gone too far this time?
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Todd Hoffman isn’t focused right now on getting gold out of the ground, instead he is issuing advice about how to put food into a bunker . . . .in case things get weird. Read on to see what gold mining and storing non-perishable foods have to do with each other, and how he turned his advice into a pep talk for those who lack the self-confidence to be outspoken.
It seems like ages ago that Jimmy Dorsey rumbled with Greg Remsburg and then left the Hoffman crew at Porcupine Creek for good. Heck, it seems like ages since the Hoffmans were at Porcupine Creek at all. Read on to see what in the world Jimmy Dorsey is up to these days. Hint: it involves gold mining and reality tv!
The first trailer for Gold Rush 3 is out, and although it doesn’t show us much about the new season, it raises a lot of interesting questions about what’s coming. The Hoffmans are back, of course, and so is Parker Schnabel. It is a little more surprising to see that Dakota Fred Hurt is in the cast again. And, since we’re told that someone will strike it rich this season, I can’t help wondering if Fred finally finds glory at the bottom of Jack’s, now famous, hole in Porcupine Creek.
The Hoffman crew of Discovery Channel’s popular reality series Gold Rush
Alaska have spent the last two summer seasons mining for gold in the frigid climates of Alaska and the Yukon of Canada. But, as anyone who watches the show knows, as soon as the snow starts to fall, it’s time to shut down for the winter. So what does Todd Hoffman do? He heads down to check out a claim in Guyana, South America!
Before Gold Rush Alaska‘s Jack Hoffman started mining for glory in the hole in Porcupine Creek, he and his wife Georgia Hoffman (mis)managed a different kind of hole in Portland Oregon, The All States Motel, and the details aren’t pretty. Read on to learn about the numerous code violations and dilapidated living conditions of this Hoffman property (reportedly just one of many in their possession at the time), and find out about Jack’s current tax problems involving the Sandy River Airport.
Fans of Discovery Channel’s treasure-seeking reality series Gold Rush
Alaska are all too familiar with the grizzled, hard-working, and eternally optimistic crew patriarch Jack Hoffman, whose failed attempt at gold mining 25 years previous inspired his son to try again. But back before he was a white bearded heavy machinery wizard with a propensity for homoerotic innuendo (gl0ry hole any one?), Jack Hoffman was a recently enlisted, clean-cut 18-year-old military man with a beautiful young wife, Georgia Hoffman. Keep reading to see the pictures of this handsome young dude just before he headed off to Vietnam and way before he would become a huge reality star! This is hot stuff!
If you watched the Gold Rush “Revelations” episode, then you learned a lot more about Parker Schnabel’s temper, John Harness’s unpopularity, and Todd Hoffman’s grand promises for next season; but, you didn’t learn one thing about Dakota Fred Hurt, because he wasn’t on the show. There wasn’t even one oblique allusion to Fred who, at the beginning of Season Two, was in the middle of all the drama. So, what’s up? Find out straight from Fred!
At the end of the first season of Gold Rush, the Hoffman crew was on the gold; but the Alaska winter rolled in and they had to move out. They spent the off season dreaming of the fortunes waiting for them in the g|ory h0le that they had worked so long and hard to uncover. But, in Gold Rush 2, Dakota Fred Hurt is working Porcupine Creek, and the Hoffmans are 600 miles North on Quartz Creek in the Klondike? What happened to the Hoffman’s claim? How did Dakota Fred get it?
It looks as though Discovery Channel has hit it rich with their reality series Gold Rush! The hour-long reality series came in as not only the highest rated show on cable Friday night, but on all of television! (Based on the industry’s all-important Adults 18-49 rating.) 5.38 million viewers tuned in to watch this crew of down-on-their-luck fortune seekers trying to score big in the g|ory hole! Keep reading for all the details and the official (and joyous!) press release from The Discovery Channel.