It’s the end of an era for one of the most popular reality shows in cable television history. The Discovery Channel teased last night’s episode of Gold Rush: Live by saying it would feature an announcement that would change Gold Rush forever — and they weren’t kidding. Original star Todd Hoffman announced that he and his family are leaving the show. Keep reading to watch Todd’s announcement and find out what is next for the Hoffmans.
We reported over the summer that Gold Rush miner Todd Hoffman’s crew members were the targets of gunfire by a local resident upset over mining operations in the area, but at the time it was unclear if cameras were rolling or if the incident would be featured this season. Although it doesn’t appear as though the cameras were rolling when the shots were fired, they captured the moments shortly afterward — all of which will be included in tonight’s episode! Keep reading to watch the dramatic preview clip.
It appears as though Discovery is getting a little inspiration from Starcasm as they have taken our Todd Hoffman and Mad Max mash up to a whole new level for a dramatic Fury Road inspired promo trailer for the new season of Gold Rush!
Discovery has just released the first preview trailer for Gold Rush Season 8 and it reveals that there are more than just bragging rights on the line for arch rivals Todd Hoffman and Parker Schnabel!
A man has been arrested after an altercation with the Gold Rush crew near Todd Hoffman’s Fairplay, Colorado mine resulted in multiple gunshots being fired! Keep reading for all the details!
Gold Rush miner Todd Hoffman and his crew continue to have legal issues with their Fairplay, Colorado gold mine, and the latest has resulted in a complete shut down of all mining operations courtesy of a cease and desist mandate from Park County!
Watch the first preview trailer for the highly anticipated documentary Gold Blooded starring former Gold Rush miners Dakota Fred Hurt and his son Dustin Hurt as they attempt to defy death and salvage the gold waiting at the bottom of Alaska’s McKinley Falls!
Gold Rush‘s lovable bearded profanity factory Tony Beets looks to be in a bit of hot water this week, after he created a bit of literal hot water on screen by allowing his dredge pond to be doused in gasoline and set on fire.