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The next season of Discovery Channel's reality TV show "God Rush" is all set to premiere this fall and like the previous seasons, will see some of the prominent American miners struggling to maintain a lead with their mining activities.

Though the exact air date of Season 7 is yet to be announced, it is speculated to premiere sometime in the second half of 2016. The show will cover the errands of various miners as they move ahead with their discoveries.

"Gold Rush" will be followed by "The Dirt," a one-hour pre-show featuring interviews with miners sharing the behind-the-scenes experiences on the "Gold Rush" operations.

A total of 5.04 million viewers had watched the premiere of the sixth season and the show-runners are hoping to receive similar response for the upcoming season too.

After filming the first season in Alaska, "Gold Rush" has moved to the renowned Klondike region of Yukon, Canada. The show emphasises on the quests of several gold miners who search for gold at various locations, making as much efforts as they can.

According to Premiere Date, some of the noted miners joining next season are Todd Hoffman, whose father was a legendary gold miner, 94-year-old miner John Schnabel and Tony Beet, who has his own mine. The newcomers will consist of Chris Doumitt, Michael Halstead, Dave Turin and Jim Thurber. They will be interned by the Hoffman and Schnabel as they will learn the minute details of mining and the trade.