Bering Sea Gold “Jane’s Affliction” S16E18 September 19 2023 on Discovery

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Tonight (Tuesday September 19 2023), Discovery broadcasts an episode of the series Bering Sea Gold!


Jane’s Affliction Season 16 Episode 18 Episode Summary

In this installment, viewers will be thrust into the high-stakes world of gold mining in the Bering Sea, where tensions run high and challenges are ever-present.

One of the central storylines in this episode revolves around Jane, who finds herself in a heated clash with Emily’s crew. The source of the conflict? A perceived lack of respect that has pushed Jane to her limit. The confrontation promises to be a pivotal moment in the episode, showcasing the interpersonal dynamics that can make or break a gold mining operation.

Equipment failures add another layer of complexity to the narrative, causing delays and frustrations for Chris and Shawn.

Meanwhile, Kris experiences a thrilling moment of discovery when he finds his Crawler in action.

Lastly, pressure ridges pose a significant threat, leading to one close call too many for Zeke and his crew.

What Time is the “Jane’s Affliction” Episode On?

The Jane’s Affliction episode of Bering Sea Gold will be broadcast on September 19 2023 on Discovery at 9:01 PM at ET/PT.

Is the “Jane’s Affliction” Episode New?

The Jane’s Affliction episode of Bering Sea Gold is all new!

Bering Sea Gold Jane’s Affliction Cast & Stars

Main Cast
Emily Riedel
Shawn Pomrenke
Ezekial Tenhoff
Steve Pomrenke
Andy Kelly
Brad Kelly
Kris Kelly
Ken Kerr
Thom Beers
Dave Young
Nick McGlashan
Mike Rowe

Jane’s Affliction Episode Videos & Previews

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Bering Sea Gold Series Information

The gold rush in Alaska isn't confined to the state's precious ground. It's taking place on the sea ... or more accurately, on the bottom of the frigid Bering Sea. This series, from the creators of the Emmy-winning "Deadliest Catch," follows four gold dredges and their eccentric and driven crews who risk their lives to find as much gold as possible before winter sets in and it's too dangerous to dive. The custom-built rigs, some barely seaworthy, include an 80-foot barge run by the most successful gold dredger in Nome, Alaska, and a modified skiff that seats only two people.

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