Christo Doyle

GOLD RUSH/THE DIRT BRAND PHOTO SHOOT 2013

Christo Doyle

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Jason Elias

Gold Rush After Show The Dirt will Return with Host Christo Doyle

The original host of The Dirt and bona fide Gold Rush expert, Christo Doyle, will once again drill down into the best behind-the-scenes breakdowns, moments, and more.

First reported by Reality Burred, and confirmed on Twitter, Christo Doyle will return to host Gold Rush Season 10 after show, The Dirt.

Doyle told reporter Andy Dehnart: “I think everybody that was a part of it early on knew that we were on to something special,” describing it as “the show that Discovery is truly always after: first in its space. There had been no gold mining shows, there had been no true adventure show—or treasure show—like that.”

Not shy about asking the tough questions, Doyle has a natural instinct for getting Parker Schnabel, Rick Ness, and Tony Beets to open up about what goes on behind-the-scenes.

From tense moments like this confrontation with Todd Hoffman to old school mining competitions, to just plain fun, we can't wait to see what surprises are in store this season.

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