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Here's Where To Watch Every Episode Of Gold Rush: Freddy Dodge's Mine Rescue

The allure of gold has motivated humanity for as long as anybody can remember. The precious mineral has been used in everything from ornate jewelry and status symbols to components in the technology that permeates almost all aspects of modern life. "Gold Rush" is a popular show that capitalizes on this fascination, and it's been so well received that it has created an entire franchise of shows like "Gold Rush: White Water," "Gold Rush: South America," and "Gold Rush: Parker's Trail."

Freddy Dodge, an incredibly seasoned gold miner (via Discovery), made his first appearance on the original "Gold Rush," where he lent his skills in reestablishing the Hoffman wash plant during Season 1 (via The Cinemaholic). Considering the extensive amount of knowledge Dodge has, he is often tapped or recruited to help other miners who may be undergoing some issues with their mining operations. It is for this reason that he was given his own show, "Gold Rush: Freddy Dodge's Mine Rescue," but where can fans watch all the episodes of this interesting series?

Gold Rush: Freddy Dodge's Mine Rescue is available on Discovery+

Combining elements of "Gold Rush" with those of the popular rescue-type shows that involve a seasoned mentor coming in and turning operations around, "Gold Rush: Freddy Dodge's Mine Rescue" travels across North America and helps miners who are experiencing trouble when it comes to the acquisition and collection of gold. The first episode premiered in January 2021, and all episodes are currently available on Discovery+, a streaming service that contains not only Discovery shows but also those from Animal Planet, TLC, and HGTV, among others.

Currently offering a free seven-day trial, Discovery+ has two different subscriptions for those who can't get enough of "Gold Rush" and all of its spin-offs. The cheaper version, which is interlaced with advertisements, costs $4.99 a month, while the ad-free version costs $6.99 a month. Of course, you can get Discovery+ for free for six months if you are a Verizon Unlimited subscriber, or at a reduced rate of $2.99 a month if you are a student. Either way, if you have a hankering for "Gold Rush: Freddy Dodge's Mine Rescue," then Discovery+ is where you want to be.