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Coral, an educator, fiber artist, musician, and herbalist, plans to transform her farmhouse into a community resource center by uncluttering and managing her hoarding disorder with the help of the Hoarders team.

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David & Odette
The only way David and Odette can enter or exit their 3,000 square foot home is by climbing a six-foot ladder into the kitchen. The couple is on the brink of disaster and Odette is threatening to leave him if he can't clean up their home.

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After her hoarding ended her relationship with the father of her son Tajko, Lori comforted herself with online shopping but now Tajko's future is at risk.

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David & Elizabeth
David and Elizabeth have been co-dependent co-hoarders for as long as their adult children can remember. With help from the Hoarders team, will this couple be able to let go of their things and hold onto each other?

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Where are they Now? Meryl / Janet
In this special episode, we revisit Meryl in Massachusetts and Janet in California. Features Hoarders' experts Corey Chalmers and Dorothy Breininger, who offer invaluable guidance and support on their journey toward recovery.

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Where are they Now? John / Andy
In this special episode, we revisit John and Andy, both in San Diego, California. Features Hoarders' experts Carolina Harvey and Dr.

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Where are they Now? Destiny / Terri
In this special episode we revisit Destiny in North Carolina and Terri in Missouri featuring Hoarders' experts Dr. Robin Zasio and Dorothy Breininger, who offer their invaluable guidance and support to these individuals on their journey towards recovery.

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Where are they Now? Carl / Eric
In this special, renowned experts, psychologists Dr. David Tolin and Dr. Robin Zasio, offer their expertise in assisting Carl and Eric on their journey towards recovery.

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With the help of the Hoarders team, Destiny must clean her home or the landlords will evict her.

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Between John's dumpster diving, weekly swap meet purchases, and occasional yard sale finds, John has collected a massive amount of clutter over the years and has openly admitted that he feels trapped by his hoard. The local code enforcement has already warned John multiple times about the property violations so now with the help of the Hoarders team of experts, John will either clean up the property or code enforcement will be forced to take action and John could lose everything.

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Bob spent a fabulous career as a successful artist painting and drawing for department stores advertising where his work caught the attention of many celebrities. After discovering that his partner was stealing from him, undergoing a necessary heart surgery and facing many other adversities, Bob began to recluse in his house, buying antiques to fill up his 7,000 square foot Victorian Mansion.

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As a practiced midwife, Terri enjoys being part of what makes a community strong and healthy. Being on call 24 hours a day has enabled Terri to hide her personal life to the depths of her hoarded home.

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Hoarders is a popular American television series that showcases the real-life struggles of individuals who suffer from hoarding disorder. The series was first aired in 2009 on the A&E network. Over more than a decade, it has captivated viewers with its gripping portrayal of a mental condition that is often misunderstood, neglected, or overlooked.

Hoarding disorder is a mental illness identified by a person's inability to part with their possessions, regardless of their actual value. People diagnosed with hoarding disorder associate excessive sentiments to their possessions which leads to obstinate refusal to discard them. This results in the accumulation of items to the point where living spaces within their home are no longer usable or safe. It's a condition associated with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), yet its complexities reach far beyond simply being a 'pack-rat'.

Hoarders sheds light on this complicated disorder by delving into the lives of different individuals each episode. The show presents a vivid and often shocking look at the living conditions of the subjects. The homes of the subjects are overrun by piles of possessions, garbage, or in some severe cases, animals. The viewers are offered a raw look inside not just cluttered homes, but also the cluttered minds of these individuals. The extent of the disorder sometimes poses serious risks to the health and safety of the person hoarding, as well as their families and communities.

A compelling part of Hoarders is how it focuses on the cleanup and therapeutic intervention for the subject of each episode. When the hoarder agrees, the show dispatches to their homes a team of professional organizers, therapists, and cleaning experts to assist in the decluttering process (both physical and emotional). It's a process that is emotionally charged, often containing dramatic arguments and heart-breaking revelations. Watching these individuals struggle and sometimes triumph over their disorder gives an emotional depth to the series that keeps viewers hooked episode after episode.

Each episode is structured as a study of two individuals, typically taking place over several days. The episode starts with an introduction to the hoarders, their homes, and the circumstances leading up to their present state. There are interviews with their family members, friends, and neighbors, which provide the viewers with a comprehensive understanding of how the disorder impacts the individuals as well as those around them.

Then comes the decluttering phase, which is usually a daunting challenge and a significant source of tension and drama for both the hoarders and professionals involved. Despite the emotional trauma and stress that the clean-up process inevitably incites, there's a sense of hope that prevails, as viewers witness the transformative therapeutic work that slowly helps the hoarders regain control of their lives.

The show’s focus on mental health and its consequences makes it a more profound kind of reality TV show. In turn, it has educated viewers about the complexities of hoarding disorder and helped to destigmatize the conversation around it.

Of course, Hoarders isn't without its share of controversy. Some critics and reviewers argue that the show can sometimes be exploitative and sensationalistic, portraying the hoarders more as spectacles than individuals grappling with a serious mental health issue.

Despite these criticisms, Hoarders was well received by the public, creating a wider awareness about mental health issues, especially concerning hoarding. The show's unique blend of psychology and reality-TV drama has made it a staple on the A&E network since its debut. A blend of drama, heartbreak, and hope, Hoarders is a reality show that goes beyond mere entertainment, exposing the nuances and complexities of a lesser known mental health disorder, making it stand out in its genre.

Hoarders is a series categorized as a canceled. Spanning 15 seasons with a total of 167 episodes, the show debuted on 2009. The series has earned a moderate reviews from both critics and viewers. The IMDb score stands at 6.5.

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How can I watch Hoarders online? Hoarders is available on A&E with seasons and full episodes. You can also watch Hoarders on demand at Philo, Sling, Apple TV, Amazon online.

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