Next Episode of Hoarders is
The critically acclaimed, Emmy-nominated franchise Hoarders, premieres an all-new season on Thursday, May 28, at 9 pm ET/PT on Lifetime. Titled "Hoarders: Family Secrets", the program features original stories of people who obsessively hoard to the point that collecting overwhelms their families and their lives. The series kicks-off with a one-hour special focusing on a Massachusetts family and will feature live segments culminating in an all-live intervention. The episode will also feature the story of a second, recidivist hoarder who faces jail time if he doesn't pass a final city inspection.Whether facing eviction, divorce, broken relationships or the removal of minor children from their homes, all the hoarders are in desperate need of help. The series will follow them as they embark on the biggest transformations of their lives and reveal their secret hoards to loved ones for the first time. The experts featured this season are Dr. Suzanne Chabaud, Dr. Robin Zasio, Dr. Michael Tompkins, Dr. Scott Hannan, Dr. Melva Green and Mark Pfeffer. Cleanup and organizing team include Dorothy Breininger, Matt Paxton, Cory Chalmers, Standolyn Robertson and Darnita Payden.
A couple who both suffer from hoarding risk losing their children if they don't comply with numerous citations given to them by the city. A woman's food hoarding is so bad that she places herself at risk for food poisoning.
A woman's compulsive shopping has depleted her family's finances to the point where her marriage has become strained. She must clean out and sell the family home as part of the divorce settlement. A man is at risk of eviction from his government subsidized housing as his apartment is filled with garbage and human feces.
Adult Protective Services removed an elderly woman's sick alcoholic husband from their home because of the hazardous conditions. The family's financial problems are complicated by their schizophrenic daughter, who is also a hoarder. A woman who is an obsessive collector faces eviction if she fails to clean up her home.
A 21-year old man who hoards garbage in a two bedroom town house he shares with his father; and a woman who has over 75 living and dead cats in her home, which is full of cat feces and urine-soaked furniture and carpets.
A woman who purchased two homes to continue storing items risks losing them both; and a young woman whose relationship with her boyfriend is threatened because of her hoarding.
While the outside of Patty and David's home seems perfect, inside it is completely filled with unnecessary belongings. The hoarding is so severe that Patty's children have already been removed by child services. Bill's hoarding has haunted his wife for 25 years. His wife has even hurt herself tripping over Bill's piles of belongings. She threatens to leave if he doesn't clean up.
A man has failed to meet three court-ordered deadlines to clean his yard which is filled with junk cars, scrap metal, and old appliances. A single mother is concerned about her hoarding behavior when her seven year old son begun to exhibit hoarding tendencies.
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