Fan-favourite original series Jade Fever returns March 23 on Discovery

From a media release:

Discovery digs into spring with a new, high-stakes season of the MADE®-in-Canada original unscripted series, JADE FEVER, with two, back-to-back episodes airing Mondays at 10 p.m. ET/7 p.m. PT and 10:30 p.m. ET/7:30 p.m. PT, beginning March 23.

Following the success of its last season, where back-to-back episodes made Discovery the top English entertainment specialty channel in the timeslot, JADE FEVER returns with 14 new, half-hour episodes. Season 6 continues to follow the Bunce family, as they gamble in search of million-dollar boulders of jade, in Northern B.C.’s Cassiar Mountains. After years of struggling to survive in the tough business, the Bunce’s luck may finally take a turn for the better when they get an unexpected early season call from a Vietnamese buyer. While the big sale could be a game changer, harsh weather, devastating breakdowns, and family turmoil make it tough to keep their eyes on the prize.

The new season kicks off with a bang on Monday, March 23 at 10 p.m. ET/7 p.m. PT with “The Big Deal,” when Claudia receives a $250,000 jade order. But things quickly turn sour when her crew questions if they have a big enough boulder to complete the sale. Then, at 10:30 p.m. ET/7:30 p.m. PT, after years of getting the raw end of the deal with Scrappy Larry, Robin pulls a prank on his old buddy, but the fun and games abruptly end when Claudia’s buyer makes an unexpected request.


2 thoughts on “Fan-favourite original series Jade Fever returns March 23 on Discovery”

  1. Where is Guy, fire the kid and give both Gary and Guy a raise and then get the job done, no whining and complaining and get rid of the spoiled brat.

  2. i cannot watch the show because of the way Josh speaks to everyone and especially his dad. Momma, that boy is spoiled and arrogant and needs to be put in the position that is appropriate for his age and experience until he learns to treat people with respect and express himself in a decent manner. He belittles he yells and every week as I watch I feel bad for every employee he has contact with. Being right or knowing what you are doing is only part of the job the other part is people skills and this boy needs some experience under his belt to develop those – a little humility and gratitude would go a long way.

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