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Here's Where To Watch Every Episode Of Gold Rush: White Water

Given the insane popularity of Discovery's "Gold Rush," it makes sense the network would want to greenlight as many spinoffs as possible. There's a lot of land harboring gold out there, and as long as there are at least a few nuggets left to be mined, you can be certain people will be out there trying to excavate them. As such, just a few of the spinoffs that have been developed into series over the years include "Parker's Trail," "Dave Turin's Lost Mine," and "Freddy Dodge's Mine Rescue."

All of the spinoffs have their merits, but arguably, the most popular to come to fruition is "Gold Rush: White Water," which has lasted for five seasons so far. The series picks up with Dustin and Fred Hurt, who seek a fortune by diving within the raging waters of Alaska. With over 60 episodes to check out, it can make for your next binge-watch once you're all caught up with the main "Gold Rush" series, and there's one convenient spot you can watch it.

Gold Rush: White Water is found on Discovery+

Discovery+ is your go-to destination if you want to watch any of Discovery's fine programming. In addition to every iteration of "Gold Rush," including "White Water," the streaming platform also has the likes of "The Curse of Oak Island," "Love Off the Grid," and "Married at First Sight," to name a few. And you can get it all for one low monthly price.

There are two tiers to Discovery+, depending on how you like to view your content. You can watch all of Discovery's shows through the basic plan that costs $4.99/month, but you'll have to contend with commercials. If you want to avoid ads, you can upgrade to the more premium tier, which costs $6.99/month. Both levels come with a seven-day free trial, so you can take the platform for a spin before committing either way. 

However, if you're solely interested in "Gold Rush: White Water" and don't want to deal with monthly fees, you can always purchase the seasons through various other platforms, such as Google Play and Vudu. Either way, there are plenty of opportunities to watch the series so that you don't have to try to catch it all when episodes randomly play on cable.