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Todd Hoffmann und seine sechs Mann starke Crew wollen in der Wildnis Alaskas, nahe der kanadischen Grenze, nach Gold schürfen. Sie hoffen auf Reichtümer. Der Alltag der Goldsucher in der verlassenen Gegend ist jedoch alles andere als leicht. Goldrausch in Alaska (Originaltitel: Gold Rush, ursprünglich Gold Rush Alaska) ist eine US-amerikanisch-britische Doku-Soap, die in Deutschland auf DMAX. Der Klondike-Goldrausch gilt als einer der folgenreichsten unter den zahlreichen als Ein Teil der Goldgräber kam allerdings über Alaska, das den überwiegenden Teil des Küstensaums beherrschte, und das sich Zum Gedenken an den Goldrausch wurde der Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park eingerichtet. Goldrausch in Alaska. Jetzt ansehen. Die Schatzsucher sind zurück: mit tonnenschweren Maschinen und schweißtreibenden Abenteuern. Todd Hoffman und. Die Schatzsucher – Goldrausch in Alaska. USA / GB – (Gold Rush). bisher Folgen in 11 Staffeln · Specials. Deutsche Erstausstrahlung: Personen sprechen darüber. As seen on Gold Rush. georgesbrassens-gb.euery.com/tv/gold-rush-alaska/bios/georgesbrassens-gb.eu Highlights info row image. georgesbrassens-gb.eu - Kaufen Sie Gold Rush - Alaska: The Complete Seasons günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden.
Goldrausch in Alaska (Originaltitel: Gold Rush, ursprünglich Gold Rush Alaska) ist eine US-amerikanisch-britische Doku-Soap, die in Deutschland auf DMAX. Setzen Sie Ihre Erkundung von Alaskas Goldrausch Vergangenheit in Skagway im Trail of 98 Museum und im Gold Rush Cemetery fort oder versuchen Sie Ihr. Todd Hoffmann und seine sechs Mann starke Crew wollen in der Wildnis Alaskas, nahe der kanadischen Grenze, nach Gold schürfen. Sie hoffen auf Reichtümer. Der Alltag der Goldsucher in der verlassenen Gegend ist jedoch alles andere als leicht.
In the end, two crews get their biggest gold clean-outs to date, while the third faces an abrupt end to their season. In the second part of a two-part episode, Todd's days is up, and with no gold and just a few diamonds he faces eviction.
Despite a big clean-out, Parker modifies his plant to hit a million-dollar season. Dustin finally gets real mining equipment up to Cahoon Creek to see if it holds big gold.
Todd's claim owner forces a change to the mining plan. Grandpa visits Parker and makes a radical suggestion that the crew believes to be pure fantasy.
Dustin fights to reach his first mountain gold. An emergency in the jungle forces Todd to airlift one of his men to safety.
Tony Beets becomes furious when he finds that Parker has moved his whole operation over the creek. The Dakota boys may be forced to abandon their hole.
Jack destroys the washplant, forcing Dave to find a new way to run their dirt. Frozen pay disrupts Parker's operation and threatens to end his season early.
Dustin participates in a dangerous operation. Todd's claim owner arrives — unannounced — to take stock of the Hoffmans' operation.
Dustin returns from the mountains just in time for the final clean-out. Unwilling to admit defeat, Parker uses a new piece of equipment to thaw his frozen pay dirt.
Parker Schnabel refuses to give up. He's not satisfied with his gold total and is dead set on bringing home big gold to his beloved grandfather.
Nothing is going to stop him — not even the Klondike winter. This no-holds-barred show reveals how Fred coped with a dying wife, why a fateful choice cost Todd a huge amount of gold and how he coped with a murder in the jungle.
A look forward reveals where the miners will be next season and who will return. A special episode looking forward to the show's fifth season, and the story of how a fateful choice cost Todd a huge amount of gold.
Young Parker sets an outrageous season goal of 2, ounces, but struggles to strip new ground without his rock trucks- which are stranded miles from the claim due to bad roads.
Tony Beets, The Viking, buys a year-old gold-catching dredge, and plans to transport it to his claim and get gold this season; Todd Hoffman is left a broken man without a crew and with no plans to mine, but his father convinces him to travel back to the Yukon, where he strikes a deal on a new gold-rich claim.
Todd and Jack struggle alone at McKinnon creek, working with just their old excavator and a left behind loader, while Thurber transports their wash plant from Guyana to the claim.
Tony nearly crushes his son beneath a conveyor, and Parker is forced to mine a swamp. Parker fights with his crew over running at night.
Tony twists a vital steel frame on the dredge. Todd, Jack and Thurber tackle their first clean up, but disaster strikes when their only excavator is damaged beyond repair.
Todd is forced to sell his gold to get a new loader and excavator, and convinces his old crew to return. Parker hauls his washplant across the claim and Tony takes to the skies to get from his claim to the gold dredge.
Dave agrees to work with the Hoffman crew under a new agreement, where he's an equal owner, and brings in 6 new massive machines. Tony has a near miss while removing the heaviest part of the dredge and Parker fights with Rick when he opens up untested ground.
Dave and Todd clash over how to mine frozen ground. Tony's daughter Monica gets stuck in a bad situation. Parker's hopes are drowned by multiple issues including a flooded cut.
Todd needs to find a ounce down payment to make a big purchase on one of the largest washplants in the klondike. Parker spends a quarter of a million dollars on new equipment.
Tony attempts to remove the wheelhouse from his 75 year old gold dredge. Parker goes for his best clean up so far this season, Tony attempts to rip the trommel out of his 75 year old gold dredge and the Hoffman crew is stunned by the death of an old crew member.
The Hoffmans overcome a lack of water to get a monster clean up. Tony finally gets his dredge on the way to its new home in Eureka Creek.
Parker gets the biggest gold clean up in Gold Rush history. This special explores the life of 94 year old John Schnabel.
From the Kansas dustbowl, to his career on an Alaskan gold mine, Grandpa John continues to inspire his grandson Parker to follow in his footsteps.
Parker Schnabel totals his truck in a head-on collision. The Hoffman's rock trucks struggle to run on a sketchy haul road. Tony begins rebuilding his year old dredge.
Parker and his grandpa begin the hunt for a new mining claim. Tony's crew runs out of bolts while re-building the dredge, and Todd suffers a huge financial loss.
Todd and Dave disagree about how to mine, but reap large rewards; Tony and Parker go to war over bedrock gold; Minnie steals Tony's dredge crew.
Logan has an accident with the rock truck; the Hoffman crew aims for a huge weigh-in; Parker finds his new cut frozen solid; Tony installs the heaviest part of his dredge.
Todd and Dave get bulldozers stuck in deep mud; Parker breaks an excavator; Parker's crew struggles with frozen ground; Tony rushes to finish the dredge.
Parker mines an island of paydirt; the Hoffman crew puts rock trucks out of commission; Tony finds an electrical problem.
Parker diverts a creek in order to mine a pile of gold in the riverbed; Tony's crew is upset over fitting the tailings conveyor; Jack is accused of sabotage.
The Hoffmans' sluicebox is frozen; Tony tries to run his dredge, but discovers he's missing a part for his bucket line; equipment issues hinder Parker.
The Hoffman crew tries to reach their season goal; Tony tries to run the gold dredge, but finds himself shipwrecked; Parker makes a push to hit his goal.
Freddy and Derek Dodge search for gold in the Yukon wilderness; Freddy believes there is a hot spot around. Parker faces mutiny; the Hoffmans get a large dozer; Tony makes one last attempt at getting the dredge working; Parker, Tony and Todd discuss the season.
The miners discuss highs and lows, as well as conflicts and drama behind the scenes; Todd, Parker and Tony reveal plans for next season; a crew member calls it quits.
As a new mining season begins, Parker gets off to a disastrous start when he loses key crew and Tony orders him off his claim.
Todd sets a massive goal for the season and Tony reveals big plans to expand his operation. A major issue brings Tony's dredge operation to a halt; Grandpa John is rushed to the hospital.
Todd encounters big issues as he attempts to move his 50 ton washplant. Tony's dredge finally starts producing gold.
Parker piles on the pressure and it proves to be too much for one of his young crew members. Todd's attempt to deal with a mountain of tailings pits him against his son Hunter.
Tony's dredge takes a hit as he puts a rookie winchman in the hot seat. Parker seeks advice from his Grandpa as he struggles to save his season.
Parker takes his frustration out on his crew until his Grandpa gives him a much needed wake up call. Tony's crew battles over how to fix the bucket line on the dredge and Todd calls upon Freddy Dodge for help.
Parker and his foreman Rick take a chance on a new cut. Todd searches for a fix so he can stop losing gold out of the sluicebox.
Tony's crew hits a huge snag with the dredge. Jack gets to chase his dream at El Dorado, the richest documented creek in North America.
Parker's crew pushes hard in attempt to have Treasure Island live up to its name. Tony discovers his dredge is pouring gold out of its sluices.
The Hoffman crew uncovers a unique potential sign of good gold. Parker refuses to give up on Treasure Island and a fight between Tony and his crew spells the end for some of his crew.
Todd's crew unearths evidence of a massive prehistoric creature that may or may not lead to big gold. Tony is forced to rebuild his washplant and Parker opens the biggest cut of his life in an attempt to get more gold than his rival Todd.
A special episode that aired right after episode 9, it covers Parker's gold mining milestones. It's Parker's 21st birthday and Rick has an awesome surprise waiting for him aboard a party barge.
Tony seeks for a new investment. Monica covers Tony's dredging operation. Elsewhere, Parker attempts a large haul. Parker's new mechanic sparks a mutiny; a drought shuts down Todd's operation; and Tony faces a major issue that could put him out of business.
Hoffman deals with a feud between his day and night staff. Elsewhere, Tony and Gene have a disagreement about operations while Parker's wash plant is washing pay, but his team falls apart.
Tony makes a big purchase. Parker and Todd wager on who will get the most gold, leading to big changes on the claims.
Parker pays his royalties for his ounce gold goal in advance. The dredge is stuck in his own tailings.
Todd recovers his weekly loss by opening the roulette cut. Parker is convinced to re-open his Fantasyland cut.
The power on Tony's year-old dredge is upped to speed up production. Todd's Roulette cut provides both rewards and problems. Tony Beets travels back to his roots in the Netherlands where he reveals details about his transformation from a farm boy to a Klondike mining legend.
Cameras also follow him in his offseason home in the desert. Hoffman's looking for new mining ground in Oregon.
Beets tries to find better ground for his dredge. Parker moves his washplant to other side of cut. Parker must divert a creek and mine. Tony breaks his dredge buckets.
Todd doubles down with a second monster washplant. As the Klondike winter closes in, the final race for gold intensifies.
Todd runs two massive washplants, Tony pushes to get his dredge out of the water before it freezes and Grandpa John arrives to find out if Parker has beaten his rival Todd.
Season review and season preview. In the epic 2-hr premiere Todd Hoffman takes the biggest gamble and turns his back on guaranteed gold in the Klondike.
Tony Beets expands his empire, buying a huge second dredge. Parker Schnabel starts his new season without his grandfather and mentor. Todd Hoffman has his back against the wall when his new Oregon mine fails to deliver.
Todd returns to the Klondike to collect Monster Red while Parker confronts tough negotiator Tony over royalties and receives a shock offer which will change his season.
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 digs deep for 50 ounces to keep High Bar open, Tony enlists his kids to get Paradise Hill up and running, and human error at Scribner Creek costs Parker thousands in lost gold.
Todd Hoffman moves his whole operation; Parker Schnabel is flooded out; Tony Beets' ancient dredge hit over a million in gold.
Tony arrives to find his million-dollar dredge in disaster. While Rick is at his grandpa's funeral, Parker shuts him down by taking his equipment, and the Hoffmans discover that their wash-plant doesn't work in their new mine.
Todd digs deeper than ever before in a desperate quest for gold; Tony heads down the Yukon River; and Parker's pricey wash-plant begins to shake apart.
Tony breaks records with the biggest gold haul in series history; Parker struggles to save his wash-plant; and Todd finally strikes gold after seven weeks at the Buckland.
Todd Hoffman hits rock bottom when a key crew member quits; Tony Beets transforms some rusty relics into a monster power barge; a troubled Parker Schnabel misses his own birthday party.
With no paycheck for five weeks, Todd Hoffman's close-knit team turn on each other. Parker's gamble to run his washplant without protection from rocks proves costly.
Todd struggles to continue mining after his crew quits; Parker recklessly damages his truck's air hoses while transporting the wash plant; and Tony discovers his dredge is blowing gold out of the sluices.
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.
Rick outperforms Parker on his new Indian River claim; Tony's dredge suffers a catastrophic failure, threatening his season; Todd Hoffman's skeleton crew finally sees good gold at their new mine in Colorado.
Todd Hoffman eats humble pie when he begs his old crew to return, Parker Schnabel loses an excavator in a swamp and Tony Beets gives his daughter Monica her own operation.
The Hoffman crew opens a second mine in Colorado, Parker tries out a new mechanic without Mitch's approval and Tony sets sail in a power-barge up the Yukon River.
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.
Todd's whole operation is brought to a halt; Parker's plant move turns into an excavator nightmare and a massive fix means Tony can finally get his broken dredge up and running.
Todd finds monster nuggets on the top of a mountain, Parker and Rick struggle with a conveyor and Tony pits Monica against Kevin to see if the dredge is more efficient than a modern washplant.
Todd uses dynamite to blast monster boulders and get to the gold, Parker has to overcome a flood to get to a record gold count and Tony heads up the freezing Yukon River in his massive power barge.
As each crew attempts to hit their final goals, a fist fight on the Hoffman claim ends in a resignation; Tony's plan to relocate his dredge hits a brick wall; and Parker records the biggest gold weigh of his life and teases his next big adventure.
The miners reveal the secrets of the gold mining season: the life and death issues on Parker's claim, how Tony Beets was defeated by a piece of paper and how a fight on the Hoffman claim brought about the end of a seven-year veteran.
This features Parker's journey from a year-old boy who learns from his beloved grandpa to the year-old man who becomes a major player in the Klondike.
Todd moved his entire operation to Oregon in search of a mountain of nugget. Parker and Todd go head to head as they lay down the exact same gold-weight goal for their season, whilst Tony Beets fires up his second ancient dredge.
A rogue gunman fires shots at the Hoffman crew. Frozen ground destroys Parker Schnabel's dozers. Tony Beets starts to tear apart his ton dredge.
Todd interferes with son Hunter's wash-plant, pushing their relationship to a breaking point; Parker battles to maneuver a foot super conveyor; Tony desperately needs dredge number 1 to deliver gold, but frozen ice may derail his plans.
Todd races to construct a massive holding pond before a storm hits. Parker is furious that Ricks's failure to manage the cut has forced it to be shut down.
Parker Schnabel fights rising floodwaters to save his cut; Hunter Hoffman makes a bold decision shut down his operation and his father's. Tony Beets takes a convoy of military trucks on a treacherous journey to hunt down parts for his monster dredge.
Todd shuts down his operations to support Freddy Dodge as he pleads with the county commissioners to allow him to mine his claim; Kevin has bad news.
A massive forest fire tears through the Klondike toward Parker's claim, threatening to end his season; Tony desperately needs his barge to run.
Todd is falling way short of his target and with his business struggling, he faces a tough ultimatum. Plus, Parker must move Sluicifer but is short on crew.
In Colorado, Todd's only hope for the season rests on a new claim, 'the jewellery box' - but has it already been mined out? And, Freddy drops a bombshell.
Parker Schnabel is halfway through the season, but nowhere near halfway to his goal. Plus, Tony Beets is ready to barge the bucket line down the Yukon River.
Todd discovers a historic mine that could turn his season around and battles monster boulders to get to gold. Tony mounts a massive operation to replace a ton bucket line and Parker's parents arrive for his birthday bearing extraordinary gifts.
To deliver incredible gold hauls, the miners have to keep the equipment running at all costs. The miners look back at the worst breakdowns and heroic fixes.
Todd's Colorado mine is in the path of a rare solar eclipse, but he's in trouble with less than ounces this season.
Meanwhile, Rick has bad news for Parker. Hunter Hoffman makes a rookie mistake that causes dysfunction in the team. Tony Beets has to improvise to tear down his second dredge.
Parker Schnabel risks damaging his washplant as he races to finish his last cut at Scribner Creek. Parker Schnabel's opens a brand-new cut, but his crew gets stuck in the mud.
Todd tries to get Hunter back on the team to assemble a new wash-plant and Tony's stuck up the creek without a barge.
Parker Schnabel takes on a massive wash-plant move on his own. Parker threatens to shut down Rick's Indian River operation after production drops.
Disaster strikes for Tony and Todd gives his crew a shock ultimatum. The crew give a behind-the-scenes look at life on the road, showing they need to get the gold.
And, there's a look back at the biggest payouts of gold, crab cash, and treasure. One-hour trailer for the Discovery Channel — low in content.
Parker suspects Tony of sabotage on his new ground and confronts him. Todd's new washplant hits the noise limits for local regulations and they must find a bush fix to solve the problem.
Tony Beets takes on his biggest challenge yet in tearing down his second dredge. Parker fulfils a life time ambition when he buys his first Klondike claim.
Plus, Todd attempts to use chemical integrity to break a monster boulder that's in his path. Tony's dredge teardown hits a wall when they attempt to remove the heaviest piece yet.
Todd's son, Hunter demands a change of mine site if they're going to have a future. Parker makes a bid for independence on his own claim, but Tony stands in his way.
It's judgement day on Parker and Todd's ounce bet. Parker chases a record breaking 7. Todd desperately tries to stop his crew from falling apart.
Tony struggles to get his dredge to Dawson before the Yukon River freezes. After a record breaking season, sit down with Parker Schnabel and Tony Beets as they discuss the biggest moments from this past season of Gold Rush.
Todd Hoffman sits down to discuss his past eight seasons on Gold Rush and what his exciting next chapter will be. New mine boss Rick gathers together his crew of greenhorns and arrives in the Yukon ready to start his season.
Parker and Tony face off over royalties and land access in a confrontation that threatens to end one of their seasons before it's even begun.
Rick faces mutiny from his crew of greenhorns. Parker visits his parents for advice and makes a decision that affects the rest of his season.
Tony's barge hits trouble on its way back to Dawson to finally begin the rebuild of his second monster dredge. Rick hunts for a new washplant with his crew.
With Parker's ground frozen he must find a way to mine the gold to pay his deposit to Tony. Tony orders son Kevin to train up a new dredgemaster, but a vital piece gets damaged and brings them to a halt.
Disaster strikes when Rick fires up his washplant for the first time. Parker tries a risky plan to keep the gold coming in and must choose a new foreman.
To save his season, Rick drafts a Gold Rush vet and former member of team Hoffman. Chasing a record-breaking goal, Parker orders an unachievable goal.
Tony and Monica fire up their wash plant as they battle to beat Parker to the gold. New mine boss Rick is buckling under debt, if he's going to prove himself to his crew he needs to get his first gold weigh.
Parker attempts a treacherous river crossing and Tony Beets hits a snag removing a massive piece of his million-dollar dredge. Rick needs a quick fix from Freddy Dodge to keep his season on track.
Parker races to get his second wash plant running, but struggles. Tony needs to re-float his sunken dredge and turns to a familiar face from the Hoffman crew for a solution.
Torrential rains hit the Klondike and Parker and Rick battle to save their mining operations from being flooded out. Tony sends son Mike on his first voyage as Captain on his tug the Kid Commando.
Parker battles to save his season when his biggest wash plant collapses. Rick makes a shocking discovery about his gold mining claim and turns to his dad for help.
Tony races to finish dismantling his dredge but a crucial piece comes crashing down. Rick Ness and his Dad, Rick Senior, battle together to open a new cut.
Parker is struggling with mechanical breakdowns and one of his crew suffers a terrible injury. Tony races to dismantle the final sections of his million-dollar Dredge.
The flu brings Parker's operation to its knees, and it's up to foreman Dean to keep the claim running; Rick's mechanic, Carl, behaves strangely and reveals shocking news; Tony hits rock bottom as his entire operation grinds to a halt.
A desperate Rick is forced to ask Tony for help. Tony hauls the final piece of his million-dollar second dredge from Thistle Creek and prepares to rebuild it.
Rick discovers he's been losing gold after Freddy Dodge points out a big flaw in his washplant.
With his excavator down, Parker risks moving his washplant with a dozer. Parker leaves Brennan in charge of one section of the mine, with mixed results.
Meanwhile, Rick damages his water pipe with some careless excavation work. Parker tasks Brennan with moving wash plant Big Red in just 24 hours.
Rick's crew struggles when someone falls prey to a life threatening illness. Wedding bells ring in the Yukon as the Beets family readies for the marriage of Tony's daughter Monica.
Parker crashes a jet boat resulting in a terrible injury. Frozen ground and machinery breakdowns threaten Rick's season.
Its all hands on deck as Tony and family finally start to rebuild his million-dollar second dredge. Experts step in to help the miners of Gold Rush with technology, ingenuity and mechanical innovation to find the most prized element in human history.
Desperate Parker pushes wash plant Sluicifer beyond the limit; Tony attempts a dangerous crane operation.
Parker's parents visit and offer help; Rick continues to battle frozen ground to reach his goal; shocking news forces Tony to make a drastic decision about his season.
Rick and crew fight to get as much gold as possible before they're shut down; Tony races to finish his second dredge; Parker makes the riskiest move of the season.
Parker Schnabel, Rick Ness and Tony Beets sit down to discuss the biggest moments from this past season of "Gold Rush"; The Dakota Boys reflect on their wild season and look ahead to what's next.
The setback hits just as the price of gold spikes, sparking a new gold rush to the area. Parker bets millions on his crew sluicing in record time and is forced to make a hard decision when things don't go as planned.
Rick rushes to fire up his washplant and find big nuggets. A showdown on the Indian River sends a Klondike legend scrambling.
Rick and his dad fly high into Keno mountains on a treasure hunt for massive nuggets. Tony and Monica investigate a gold hot spot the old dredges may have missed.
Parker makes a big decision about his crew that could determine the fate of his season. Tony and his family spend time together looking back through the successes and failures from their year's mining for gold.
Tony assesses which of his kids might take over one day. Parker second guesses the ground he's mining and questions his new foremen. Tony Beets makes a big decision to move the family's entire operation.
Rick's mechanic arrives at a critical moment. Parker throws down a huge engineering challenge to his team. Rick decides to make a major upgrade to his operation.
Mike and Monica Beets team up to open more ground. In search of big nuggets, Rick buys a monster washplant. A flood puts Tony Beets new claim into jeopardy.
Parker needs to move Big Red in record time to get back on the gold. The Beets discover what could be the motherlode. Rick faces an impossible decision: mine gold or put together his new washplant.
Parker tests his new co-foreman with the claim's most important machine. The discovery led to more mineral exploration in the North.
There were gold strikes in Alaska and the upper Yukon prior to the discovery of gold in the Klondike in Miners and prospectors on their way to search for gold in the upper Yukon region had been coming through Dyea and over Chillkoot Pass since before the route was mapped by the Lieutenant Schwatka expedition in The Klondike discovery let the world know that there was gold to be found in the north.
The majority of the claims were staked by people who had been in Alaska when the strike was made. By the time the rush got under way and people began arriving from the states the known good ground was all taken.
Many returned home disappointed. Some hung around Dawson and rushed out at every rumor of a gold strike.
Others, including many who were disgruntled with Canadian regulations and taxes, headed down the Yukon into Alaska to search for gold.
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Parker's right-hand man. Left Parker at the end of Season 8 to go out on his own.