Dave Turin Heads Into the Unknown in Search of the Mother Lode

By: Discovery

With the clock ticking and no ground to mine, mining veteran Dave Turin takes a gamble on a remote claim. Find out if his gamble pays off on an all-new season of Gold Rush: Dave Turin's Lost Mine premiering Friday, May 20 at 9PM ET/PT on Discovery and discovery+.

April 29, 2022

After a record one-million-dollar season last year, Team Turin have been hit with nothing but obstacles. Failing to find good ground in six states during the off-season, Dave and his crew must compete against prospectors grabbing claims at a record pace in a new recession-driven gold rush.

Join the adventure in an all-new fourth season of GOLD RUSH: DAVE TURIN’S LOST MINE on Friday, May 20 at 9PM ET/PT on Discovery and discovery+.

With the clock ticking, Dave and team have a new secret weapon - a mobile wash plant they call “The Beetle” to help them reach more remote mines. However, in a string of disappointments, Team Turin rallies and must decide whether or not to gamble on the biggest unknown claim of all - in Big Sky Country, Montana.

Facing not only tough competition, the miners are challenged at every turn with health issues, floods, avalanches, and dangerous wildlife before they can even get a scoop of paydirt. Can they break their previous gold record?

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