ALL-NEW SEASON OF “GOLD RUSH: DAVE TURIN’S LOST MINE” PREMIERES ON DISCOVERY CHANNEL AND DISCOVERY+ FRIDAY, MAY 20 AT 9PM ET/PT
May 12, 2022
Gold miner Dave Turin returns for an all-new season of GOLD RUSH: DAVE TURIN’S LOST MINE on Friday, May 20 at 9PM ET/PT on Discovery Channel and discovery+, the definitive non-fiction, real life subscription streaming service.
In the season premiere of GOLD RUSH: DAVE TURIN’S LOST MINE, audiences learn that after failing in six states during the off-season, the mining season has begun, and Team Turin still has no ground to mine. With the clock ticking, Dave and team assemble in Idaho to prospect two claims in that state. Dave and geologist Aryn Rowe travel to the remote Warren Meadows mining claim while the rest of the team drives the new mobile wash plant “The Beetle” to a claim at Mores Creek in the Boise Basin. After more disappointments, Team Turin rallies and decides to gamble on the unknown as they head to Big Sky Country, the state of Montana.
Last season, restrictions during COVID-19 made travel impossible. However, after tireless work, Dave and his team found success and a record one-million-dollar season. The stakes are higher than ever before as Dave and team enter this new gold mining season with many obstacles to overcome as a record Happy to remove. of prospectors are grabbing claims at a record pace in a new recession-driven gold rush. Can Team Turin overcome health issues and face the wrath of mother nature, including floods, avalanches, and dangerous wildlife to hit the mother lode and break their previous gold records?
In addition to watching GOLD RUSH: DAVE TURIN’S LOST MINE on Discovery and discovery+, viewers can join the conversation on social media by using the hashtag #GoldRush and following Gold Rush on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
GOLD RUSH: DAVE TURIN’S LOST MINE is produced for Discovery by Raw TV, with Peter Campion and Sam Maynard as executive producers. For Discovery, John Slaughter is executive producer with Jessica Mollo as coordinating producer.