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 man whose home is condemned, and he's given 30 days to clean it; and a woman who lives in a hoarded home with her two grown sons who make no attempts to clean the house.
A lifetime hoarder whose hoarding worsened after the deaths of her sons; and a man who compulsively buys clearance-sale items.
A woman who hoards cats; a cleaning woman whose own home is cluttered, resulting in problems for her husband, who has Parkinson's disease.
An abuse victim shops compulsively; a former marine lives in a home filled with bowling balls and damaged workout equipment, and faces city code violations because of it.
A woman's hoarding carries over into her daughter's home; a hoarder buys back some items he sells.
A hoarder who spent money from a large legal settlement faces an ultimatum from her daughter; a woman living in filth deals with the threat of eviction.
A woman claims her hoarding is an artistic choice, but an illness is forcing her to clean; a grandmother who hoards is told her home may be unsafe for her young grandson.
A woman attempts to keep her hoarding a secret, but her daughter catches her; a couple's book-collecting gets out of hand.
A food hoarder runs a fresh-egg business, and unrefrigerated eggs and loose chickens cause problems; a woman married to a man serving a life sentence in prison hoards because she's lonely without her husband.
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