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Here's Where To Watch Every Episode Of Gold Rush: Winter's Fortune

"Gold Rush" has traveled across the world and spawned a number of spin-off shows in the process. Channeling the inherent entrepreneurial spirit of humanity, the franchise sees several different crews scour remote and potentially profitable locations for gold, an exceptionally precious mineral resource that is only increasing in value, due to its usage in everything from jewelry to high-end electronics. The past few years have only seen the price of gold increase dramatically, because of ongoing supply line disruptions, inflation, and extremely high demand (via Business Today), going from around $1500 an ounce on December 31, 2019 to currently hovering around $1800 (via Trading Economics).

With that in mind, it's no wonder that "Gold Rush" is so popular — and only getting more so over time, with shows such as "Gold Rush: The Jungle," "Gold Rush: White Water," "Gold Rush: Parker's Trail," and "Gold Rush: South America," just to mention a few. 

One of the most recent additions to the "Gold Rush" family is "Gold Rush: Winter's Fortune," which involves scouting out new locations for prospective gold mining operations. Where can fans watch every episode of this particular show?

Gold Rush: Winter's Fortune is available on Discovery+

Taking place primarily in the frigid areas of Canada and Alaska, "Gold Rush: Winter's Fortune" follows show veterans Rick Ness, Tony Beets, Dave Turin, Fred Lewis, and Dustin Hurt as they prepare for the next gold mining season by investing, prospecting, and staking claims. Originally premiering on Discovery on July 30, 2021, "Gold Rush: Winter's Fortune" is currently available on Discovery's streaming service, Discovery+.

Discovery+ collects all of the original network's shows and series, not just from the aforementioned "Gold Rush" franchise, but also programs like "Ghost Adventures," "Naked and Afraid," and "Iron Chef." Discovery+ also features the lineups of several different channels like History, Lifetime, TLC, The Food Network, and HGTV, to keep you watching once you've caught up on all your mining needs. The streamer offers a free, 7-day trial, and two subscription services. The first is an ad-supported version, and costs $4.99 a month, while the ad-free version costs $6.99 a month. Either way, if you want to stay date with all things "Gold Rush" related, then Discovery's streaming service is definitely the way to go.