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The lives of compulsive hoarders are examined in this documentary series.
A mother's bond with her son may be permanently broken unless she can change her hoarding habits, which forced him to move out five years ago when he was 12 years old.
A man about to have surgery may find his recovery at risk due to the filthy condition of his home.
A hoarder is caught stealing from her neighbor's home; a man must choose between his hoard and his daughter.
A mom's hoarding problem leads to the discovery that her daughter shares the same trait; a woman's compulsive collecting divides her family and is a danger to her husband's health.
A longtime hoarder's marriage is in jeopardy; a compulsive shopper has created an unsafe environment for her 2-year-old granddaughter.
A house's roach infestation may lead to condemnation by the city and leave its owner homeless.
Twin sisters who are hoarders have already had one home condemned due to their habits, and are in danger of losing another.
Updates on three previously profiled hoarders to see if their lives have changed for the better.
A landlord's secret hoard is a threat to a woman and her children, who live downstairs, and is to blame for mold, mice and flea infestations.
The series premiere examines the lives of two extreme hoarders and the impact their compulsive behavior has had on their relationships.
A woman may lose her home unless she can get rid of the clutter that has filled up her house and clean the space made uninhabitable by her three dogs.
In the Season 4 premiere, a 51-year-old Elvis impersonator has "A Mess of Blues" and everything else in a New York apartment that is becoming uninhabitable because of his obsession with Presley memorabilia.
A woman began hoarding after the murder of her daughter, but her habit could jeopardize her marriage; a couple's relationship is in danger because of hoarding.
An artist collects strange items, such as frogs and banana peels; a mother tries to protect her children from their father's hoard.
A couple's relationship sours over the years due to a woman's hoarding, which now has them on the verge of losing their home unless they can clean up the mess.
A 55-year-old hoarder moves back with his mother, a fellow hoarder. Also: a woman's hoard puts her at risk for having her house condemned.
A man's girlfriend's clutter fills up his house after she moves in with him, leaving behind her home that's already been condemned due to 48 years of hoarding.
A man could lose his home unless he can clean it up before his inheritance runs out; twin brothers may find themselves homeless if they can't curb their decades-long compulsion.
A man who's lost his home has 30 days to remove the clutter from it or he'll lose everything inside—including his two children.
A mother who hoards fears she's passing down her compulsion to her son.
A woman's rift with her sons widens due to her hoarding habits, but a fire that erupts during a housecleaning threatens their physical well-being in addition to their emotional states.
A man could lose his house and his girlfriend, who broke her leg because of his hoarding, if he doesn't clean up his act.
A man's mobile home is cluttered with piles of clothes and expired foods; a woman may be evicted from her home unless she can get rid of belongings she's been hoarding for decades.
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