It appears as though Gold Rush star Todd Hoffman’s claim owner may have spilled the beans on how their 2014 mining season panned out! Keep reading for the spoiler as well as all kinds of information about the McKinnon Creek claim!
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Gold Rush miners Parker Schnabel and Todd Hoffman talk with the show’s Executive Producer Christo Doyle in a couple preview clips for The Dirt. Parker addresses his “Scooby Doo, Shaggy” new look and Todd Hoffman reads a hater’s Facebook comment and responds in kind before proclaiming, “you got burned by the Big Dog.”
Discovery found the ratings g|ory hole with their mining series Gold Rush, and the network has just officially announced when its number one show will be returning for a fifth season, as well as details about which miners will be back and where! Plus, watch the extended Season 5 preview trailer!
Fans of Discovery Channel’s top-rated series Gold Rush got a rare treat this week as the show’s cast members made a rare public appearance together — or at least at the same event at the same time. That’s right, Parker Schnabel, Todd Hoffman and Dakota Fred Hurt (and members of their crews) were all in attendance at the 2014 CONEXPO-CON/AGG in Las Vegas, Nevada. And, believe it or not, The Klondike Viking himself, Tony Beets, was also there! (And lookin’ damn sexy too!)
On the current season of Discovery’s hugely popular reality series Gold Rush, America’s favorite bumbling crew of perpetual amateur gold miners have abandoned the frozen tundra of Alaska and the Yukon to look for gold in the sweltering South American rainforests of Guyana. Actually, they’ve abandoned looking for gold too and have instead put all of their hundreds of thousands of dollars in another risky basket: diamonds! In the most recent episode SPOILER ALERT the crew manages to find just under 30 teeny tiny little diamonds. So what does that equate to money-wise? Keep reading to find out what way too many hours researching this question online turned up and decide for yourself if Todd is a genius or not.
America’s favorite professional and semi-professional reality show gold miners return tonight as Gold Rush kicks off its fourth season on Discovery channel with a two-hour premiere event starting at 9/8c. Keep reading for a synopsis of what to expect from Todd Hoffman, Parker Schnabel, Fred Hurt and their respective mining crews this season and see TONS of official promotional photos of the men in action courtesy of Discovery Channel!
Before the bearded Robertson men of Duck Dynasty took the world (and Walmarts) by storm, there was another batch of bushy-mugged reality show relatives whose chinny-chin-chins never saw the light of day — Jack and Todd Hoffman of Discovery’s Gold Rush and Gold Rush South America. You can see Jack Hoffman without his Santa worthy white beard thanks to photos of him as a young man in the military, but Todd is a completely different story — his Facebook-Page-inspiring goatee is so inexorably linked to Todd’s visage some have pondered if perhaps he wasn’t born with it. It’s time to rest your weary imagination, folks! Thanks to the magic of Photoshop, we have the world’s first picture of Todd with nothing more than a five o’clock shadow adorning his chin!
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?
Todd Hoffman hasn’t given up gold mining, but he’s opening a new business producing non-perishable foods “in case things get weird.” Read on to see what Todd’s worried about, and why he’s doing what he’s doing.
Todd Hoffman is no stranger to criticism, but when Gold Rush Executive Producer Christo Doyle joined in it seemed to cross the line, and a fellow bearded reality star, Duck Dynasty‘s Willie Robertson, reached out with some encouragement. Read on to see what Willie said and how Todd is reacting to Christo’s low blow.