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Hoarding: Buried Alive

Therapists and organizers try to help hoarders get their lives back. 

Cast:
Bray Poor

Crew:
Robin Sestero (Executive Producer)

3/27/15
10:00 AM
"Beyond Embarrassment"  A man, 55, plans to abandon his hoard and move in with his mother, who is also a hoarder; a woman risks having her house condemned due to her hoarding.  (Repeat) TLC
3/30/15
10:00 AM
"This is Where You Sleep?"  Debbie turned to hoarding after a confession ended her marriage; with illness in her family, Julie hoards to ease the pain.  (Repeat) TLC
3/30/15
11:00 AM
"Life on Fire"  Extreme hoarders face losing their homes and living in isolation.  (Repeat) DLC
3/30/15
12:00 PM
"Family Secrets"  Two women seek help for their compulsive hoarding problems.  (Repeat) DLC
3/30/15
04:00 PM
"Life on Fire"  Extreme hoarders face losing their homes and living in isolation.  (Repeat) DLC
3/30/15
05:00 PM
"Family Secrets"  Two women seek help for their compulsive hoarding problems.  (Repeat) DLC
3/31/15
11:00 AM
"Oh My Gosh"  Tammy is forced to eat her meals in her car; her sick father is unable to return home from the hospital.  (Repeat) DLC
3/31/15
12:00 PM
"Owned by the Roaches"  A psychologist can't solve her own hoarding problem; millions of roaches are infesting her home.  (Repeat) DLC
3/31/15
04:00 PM
"Oh My Gosh"  Tammy is forced to eat her meals in her car; her sick father is unable to return home from the hospital.  (Repeat) DLC
3/31/15
05:00 PM
"Owned by the Roaches"  A psychologist can't solve her own hoarding problem; millions of roaches are infesting her home.  (Repeat) DLC
Hoarding: Buried Alive

Premise
Left untreated, hoarding can destroy the lives of the person afflicted and their loved ones. This series shines a light on the serious condition, with each hourlong episode profiling two extreme hoarders struggling to fight the need to collect things and return to a more normal life. Therapists and organizers help the hoarders attempt to find what causes their compulsive behavior, but for most the process of decluttering and organizing becomes an extremely difficult task.

Current cast
Bray Poor

Program data from Tribune Media Services, Inc.