Gold Rush Season 10 Episode 17: ‘Rebellion at Duncan Creek’ Release Date, Preview, and Streaming Details
In this post, we are going to talk about Gold Rush season 10 episode 17 release date, preview, and streaming details. As we know, the gold diggers are yet again coming for another episode this week, and we will be discussing all the details about it. However, it will be including spoilers, so make sure you stay away from them if they bother you by only reading release date and streaming details.
Gold Rush Season 10 Episode 17 Release Date
The show is now sixteen episodes deep into the tenth season, and the seventeenth episode of Gold Rush is due this week. The seventeenth episode of Gold Rush season 10 is projected to release on 7 February 2020, although the sixteenth episode was aired on 31 January 2020. The previous episode was named ‘Parker Doubles Down,’ and the upcoming episode title is ‘Rebellion at Duncan Creek.’
Gold Rush Season 10 Episode 17 Preview
The previous episode was a very interesting one as we saw Parker trying his new idea to make his gold business even bigger in profit, which could make his output double than what it was. The Beets’ had to face severe consequences as their only left operation was put on a hold. Just as Rick gets Monster Red dialed in, huge rocks emerge and were capable enough to shut him down for good.
In the next episode, we will see Rick again in a lot of issues, but this time, it would not go easy. Due to everyone getting angry, Duncan Creek project becomes a big brawl. Due to that, Parker will be pushing his team to work too hard to get the project done!
There is no trailer out for the upcoming episode, so there is no preview available of the next episode. However, here is the latest tweet from the twitter handle of the show!
The show is aired on the Discovery Channel in the US at 8 PM ET, and new episodes are released only on Fridays. The show can also be streamed online on the Discovery Channel, or you can use your live TV subscription to watch Discovery on streaming giants such as Hulu, Roku, Sling, and DirecTV Now and stream Gold Rush.