The miners are back for another season — and this time they’re raising the stakes!
And if he doesn’t? The Gold Rush star will pay a pretty penny: $100,000 to be exact.
Last season, Hoffman came up short of his 5,000-oz. goal in Oregon, but now he’s determined to be successful in Colorado and he’s enlisted his father, Jack, and 18-year-old son, Hunter, to help.
While Schnabel, 22, was happy to accept the pricey wager, Hoffman isn’t his only competition. His landlord Tony Beets, “The Viking,” has already taken $2.3 million in royalties over the last four years.
This season, Parker has a plan to buy his freedom with a deal on new virgin ground — as long as he can get his wash plant Big Red up and running.
Gold Rush’s two-hour season premiere airs Friday, Oct. 13 at 9 p.m. ET with a special live event featuring the mine bosses at 8 p.m. ET, both on Discovery.