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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 woman collects dolls; and a woman has no water or heat in her home because of her hoarding.
A man with health issues lives in home packed with toys, games, dolls and stuffed animals; and a woman and her husband live with their granddaughter in a Beverly Hills home filled with hoarded items.
A follow-up show examines the progress of people who were profiled during the second season.
A man who hoards vehicles and has hundreds on his property; and a hoarding couple expecting their second child.
A man's boardwalk-memorabilia collection fills a building and tractor trailers; and woman's hoarding threatens her marriage.
A man collects paper in many forms, and the paper surrounds his gas-burning stove; and a woman's home is so packed with items that she lives in a truck parked in front of the home.
A women with an enormous collection of videos, audio recordings, televisions and recorders; and a woman living in a mouse-infested home with two children and a one-week-old infant.
A woman who has filled 16 storage units with items; and a woman who could be homeless is she doesn't clean her home.
A woman with 47 dogs and cats is profiled; and the fire department evicts a man from his home, which has become a hazard.
A chef hoards food, including spoiled food, which is used for personal meals; and a woman could face jail time because of her compulsive behavior.
A follow-up show examines the progress of five people profiled in the third season. Included: a woman with a home full of cats; a man whose property was condemned; and a woman whose hoarding was so bad that her husband had to sleep in a car.
the son of famous parents has been forced out of his Manhattan apartment because of his hoarding, and he's sleeping on a bench outside; and a woman collects things from the Victorian age.
A retired corrections officer lives in a home with 30 cats; and a woman's hoarding has forced her husband out of their house.
A woman hoards in the home of a friend with whom she's been living for 10 months and who is ready to ask her to leave; and a man's hoarding has forced his children to live with their grandparents.
A firefighter's wife hoards despite her husband's obligation to report hoarded homes; and a woman's compulsive behavior could force her and her husband into bankruptcy.
A woman's home is condemned, and she lives there illegally; and a woman's home has narrow paths through piles of containers filled with various items.
A man is forced to move out of his home because of the living conditions and now hoards at his sister's home; and a single mother's teenage daughters are frustrated by their mother's hoarding.
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