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Intervention, Season 7 Release Date and Synopsis

Millions of Americans struggle with addiction. Most need help to stop. From compulsive gamblers to shopaholics to drug addicts, Intervention profiles people whose dependencies or compulsive behaviors have brought them to a point of personal crisis and estranged them from their friends and loved ones. Season 7 of this Emmy Award-winning documentary series opens with the story of Linda, who while building a glamorous lifestyle as an extra in Hollywood came down with Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, a rare disorder characterized by joint dislocations. Linda started taking Fentanyl, a painkiller 100 times stronger than morphine. As her painkiller addiction worsens, Linda begins blaming everything from electricity, to colors, and even specific people for her pain. Despite her wild claims, Linda’s mother clings to the belief that Linda’s pain is real and sends her son to be Linda’s caretaker. Watch in this season of Intervention what Linda and other addicts choose to do when confronted by family, friends, and a professional interventionist: will they decide to go to treatment and get help or face exile and isolation from those who love them most?

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Intervention is an American television reality show dealing with the struggles faced by many different kinds of addicts. Each episode follows one or two participants, each of whom has a substance dependence or other mentally and/or physically damaging problem. The subjects believe they are being filmed for a documentary on their problem, but their situations are actually being documented in anticipation of an intervention by family and/or friends. During the intervention, each participant is given an ultimatum: go into rehabilitation immediately, or risk losing contact, income, or other privileges from the loved ones who instigated the intervention. Often, other tactics are used to persuade the addicted person into treatment, which vary depending on the situation; some of these include threats to invoke outstanding arrest warrants, applying for custody of the addict's children, foreclosing on the addict's property, and break-up of marriages or other relationships. The producers usually follow up months later to monitor the addicted person's progress and film it for "follow-up" episodes of the series or for shorter "web updates" available on the show's website.

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I watch every epidose! I mean overdose! I mean EPISODE!What's great about this show is that it shows us what it is really like for the addicts/drunks/self-mutilators/anorexics/bulimics/gamblers and their parents/spouses/children/employers. I don't know how long the camera crews follow around the addicts before they let their guards down, but what you see on your screen is the stuff none of these people in their right minds would want anyone to see. Addicts abuse and manipulate their families, steal, shoot up drugs they cooked mixed with toilet water, sell themselves, stumble around, cuss out strangers, cut themselves with razors, fist fight their friends, drink LIsterine (I'm only guessing... all labels are blurred out), they have sweat pouring off them while they are digging around in their veins with needles, they leave their children in dangerous places... It's all the stuff that is SO not glamorous. When you watch you can't believe how selfish these people are. You hate them for hurting their families. You hate their families for not doing the "right" thing to stop the addicts from destroying the whole family. The families beg, threaten, bargain, and very much resent them. Everyone feels guilty. Everyone thinks the addicts are pieces of poo. That's what's great about the show... it lets voyeurs taste another family's misery. If you're from an addict family, you can commiserate. If you're from a family that's fairly even-keeled, you can feel better (or superior: it's up to you) about your own life. If you're an addict or a former addict I can't imagine what you might get out of watching this show. The stuff about this show that is annoying: it is 100% formulaic. No deviation, no surprises. Once you've seen one episode, you've seen them all. (But that won't stop you from watching more, you voyeur!) 1)They introduce the addict and family, then show us some f'ed up stuff about their lives. 2)They reveal the addict's childhood and throw in some traumatic event that we are led to believe is probably the root cause of their addiction 3)They show how the person is practically beyond recovery 4)They surprise the subject with an intervention and inevitably persuade them to go to rehab. Also annoying: Their star interventionist Jeff Valala is SO arrogant, and he says literally THE SAME EXACT SCRIPT to each addict he interventions. He is manipulative of the entire family and if a mom or dad or brother says something that strays from Jeff's script he belittles them into shutting up or kicks them out of the intervention. (Pay special attention whenever a family member does not parrot that they would do "ANYTHING" to help the addict recover. He is egomaniacal, and its a problem which is obviously out of control way worse than any drinking problem he ever may have had. The other interventionists tend to be compassionate and dedicated, personalizing every intervention for the individual. Which leads me to my final pet peeve about this show: there is no room for any type of recovery except one based on the "12 steps." Here's the problem with that: just cause these people have royally screwed up their own lives and their families lives does NOT mean that the best possible option is to turn their entire life over to a cult, especially one run by people as egomaniacal as this Jeff guy. It is NEVER a good idea to hand over the reins of your mind, life, money, brain, or family to any group that stands to profit from telling you how to live. It's too bad everyone wants to pretend addicts/drunks/self-mutilators/anorexics/bulimics/gamblers have a disease. They don't have a disease, they have downward spiraling habits, possibly even chemical dependencies, but behavior is behavior. The show itself demonstrates that by showing how incentivizing one course of action and disincentivizing another can cause a change in behavior.... tada! I can't think of a single disease that can be treated through incentives! So that's my review. Good show. Great scenes. Good drama. Unfortunately formulaic (but even that shows us something about how boring and unglamorous addiction is) one interventionist I can't stand. A couple I adore. All based on a pretty flawed recovery industry. I watch every episode!.Score: 4/5

I LOVE THIS SHOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!THIS SHOW IS A VERY LONG EMOTIONAL ROLLERCOASTER RIDE.Score: 5/5

MissingThere is an episode in season 5 missing FYI. It's about a girl named Kristen..Score: 5/5

Raw RealityIt's unbelievably sad how much sadness is out there in families faced with these challenges. I can't imagine loving someone and feeling so helpless to help them. I wonder where they find the strength to go on. Thank you for bringing such raw reality to the outside world, it's not a perfect world and we have to be exposed to it to understand peoples weaknesses..Score: 4/5

The beginning of hopeI love this show. The reason why I didn't give it 5 stars is that the reality usually stops once the addict enters treatment. The show gives anyone who hasn't lived with addiction a look at how low us addicts can go to numb our realities. Recovery from addiction takes a lifetime, one day at a time, and a loving intervention is often where lives can be saved. Whilst "Intervention" takes an astonishingly unflinching look at addicts when they are using, it doesn't show the whole story of addiction post-treatment for those who don't make it. Intervention is a very good start, but it doesn't necessarily mean "happily ever after". Nonetheless, "Intervention" is reality TV at its best..Score: 4/5

Season 8 on iTunes?When are they going to have season 8 on here? i'm assuming not for a while beings it's still on TV, but just curious..Score: 5/5

ShockedI had never seen an episode of intervention. but someone mentioned to me i should see the episode titled "Robby" a former member of the R&B group city high. i was shocked to see how real the show is and also what an intervention actually is. this show is gripping. i have recommended this show to everyone i know and we all feel the same about it..Score: 4/5

This show is amazingly Honest and Accurate in the impact of addiction on Friends and Family......This show highlights the addiction problems that are suffered by both Addicts and the friends/family who love and care for them. Addiction, and it's impact, is so misunderstood, and stigmatized, in the United States. The portrayal of what "addiction" is, and the impact it has on both the Addict, as well as the families and friends of the Addict is portrayed (painfully) accurately in this series. Addiction does not descriminate by age, ethnicity, financial status, upbringing, family status, etc. Addiction is seen by many as a "moral" choice, or a sign of weakness of the part of the addict (AND, that is solely the problem and responsibility of the Addict to get "better".) This program shows clearly the important role friends and family play in both the continuing addiction (relapses, enabling behaviors, etc.), and, the recovery process. An addict cannot get healthy until the people around him/her are healthy. Intervention shows the important role that friends and family play in motivating an addict to become sober, and supporting throughout a lifetime of "recovery"... The program clearly shows that it is not only the Addict that must go through a Recovery... Friends/Family must make an effort and be willing to make changes in the way they interact with the Addict (learning about "co-dependence" and "enabliing"), by reaching out and getting help for themselves through counseling and support groups such as AlAnon, Families Anonymous, etc... it shows that there is hope for the mental and physical health of both the addict and those that care for/about him. This is difficult to put into words. and I hope it makes sense... After years of watching the program, I found my son is an addict, and has been in treatment for over two years. We have both had to go through an education and recovery process, which was not easy. I am happy to say that as of today, my son has been sober for 1 year and two months, achieved one day at a time. We have both made major changes in our behavior, and the way we interact with each other -- ALL key to both his AND my own "recovery.".Score: 5/5

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Intervention, Season 7 (2009) Series Cast & Crew

Intervention, Season 7 (2009) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more. Intervention: The characters of season 7. Jeff VanVonderen (), Candy Finnigan (), Ken Seeley (), Donna Chavous (), Maureen Brine (), all returned for intervention, season 7.

Jeff Grogan (Writer), Sam Mettler (Executive Producer), Colleen Conway (Executive Producer), Jeff Grogan (Producer), Trisha Kirk Redding (Producer), Gary R. Benz (Executive Producer), Michael Branton (Executive Producer), Bryn Freedman (Executive Producer), Robert Sharenow (Executive Producer), Sarah Skibitzke (Producer), Kurt Schemper (Producer), Karen Pinto (Producer), Dan Partland (Executive Producer), all returned for intervention.

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People whose uncontrollable addiction to drugs, alcohol or compulsive behavior has brought them to the brink of destruction and has devastated their family and friends are presented with a life-changing opportunity of intervention and rehab. Each addict must confront their darkest demons in order to begin their journey to recovery in the hopes that they can turn their lives around before it’s too late.

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1Linda (Intervention) recap, spoilers

Linda

30 November 2009$-1

After graduating college, Linda found success working as an extra in Hollywood, achieving the glamorous life she always wanted. But her dreams died when she came down with Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, a rare disorder characterized by joint dislocations. Linda started taking fentanyl, a painkiller 100 times stronger than morphine. As her painkiller use escalated, she claimed that different sources were causing her pain, including electricity, energy, colors, and even specific people. Despite Linda's wild claims, her mother clings to the belief that Linda's pain is real and she must do everything to help her, including depleting the family's savings and sending her son to be Linda's caretaker.

3Jennifer (Intervention) recap, spoilers

Jennifer

14 December 2009$-1

Once an effervescent, beautiful young woman, Jennifer was considered a genius by her teachers and was the pride and joy of her parents. But at age 17, Jennifer was involved in a car accident that caused a brain injury and kidney damage. Jennifer survived, but only three days after she left the hospital another family car accident ended in a fatality. Jennifer turned to drugs and alcohol to cope and now spends her days searching for parties or drinking companions. Her parents know that only an intervention can save her.

4Rob (Intervention) recap, spoilers

Rob

21 December 2009$-1

Once a gifted singer/songwriter, Rob was part of a successful band. He loved the rock 'n' roll lifestyle, but he began a long descent into addiction when he turned to drugs and alcohol to fuel his creativity. When his band fell apart--a casualty of his drug use--he was devastated. He lost his siblings' respect and custody of his daughter. Now he spends his days in a haze of meth smoke and alcohol in his filthy apartment. But his mother still sees him as her sweet little boy. Will she love him to death, or will Rob's family be able to save him from himself?

5Amy W. (Intervention) recap, spoilers

Amy W.

28 December 2009$-1

Amy grew up feeling unloved and unable to meet her parents' high expectations. She was also molested by a neighbor when she was eight, but never told anyone in her family. She began to self-mutilate and restrict her diet, and by 17, she was diagnosed with bipolar disorder. Now, Amy eats only 500 calories a day, drinks up to two bottles of vodka a night, and regularly self-mutilates. Amy's family is ready to give up on her, but they still don't know about Amy's sexual abuse. Only Amy's friend, Jessica, knows the truth, but will she have the courage to tell Amy's family before it's too late?

6Sarah (Intervention) recap, spoilers

Sarah

04 January 2010$-1

Raped when she was 14 and feeling abandoned by her family, Sarah turned to drugs, even becoming a stripper to support her drug habit. She's prohibited by the courts from seeing her three-year-old son, and now lives with a man who is more than twice her age and manages a massage parlor. Can an intervention save her from her self-destructive lifestyle?

8Vinnie (Intervention) recap, spoilers

Vinnie

18 January 2010$-1

When Vinnie was a boy, his father abused him physically and verbally, leaving his mother feeling helpless. He developed a love for fast-paced sports, including BMX, motocross, and car racing, but his need for speed turned into an addiction to crack cocaine. Now, Vinnie lives in his car with his dog and smokes up to $1,000 worth of crack a week. Vinnie's mother tries to make up for not protecting him when he was younger by giving him money and a place to stay. But Vinnie needs more than that--he needs an intervention.

10Marquel (Intervention) recap, spoilers

Marquel

08 February 2010$-1

Working as a fitness instructor at the most elite gyms and partying on the club circuit at night, Marquel seems to have the perfect life. But her family sees her exercise regime as obsessive-compulsive, and they watch her binge-drinking episodes end up in hospitalizations. They believe she is an exercise addict, bulimic, and alcoholic, and they have turned to interventionist Candy for help.

11Kristine (Intervention) recap, spoilers

Kristine

15 February 2010$-1

Although she has a blood clot in her brain that makes drinking dangerous, Kristine is an alcoholic. But she doesn't believe her condition is a reason to quit because she recently learned that she may have leukemia. Now she figures she may as well keep drinking because the leukemia might kill her anyway. Can an intervention save her--and if she does have a terminal illness, is a successful intervention even an answer?

12Shane (Intervention) recap, spoilers

Shane

01 March 2010$-1

A talented cellist and an aspiring music producer, Shane's musical aspirations are now out of reach because he abuses prescription drugs and deals drugs out of his grandmother's house. After injuring his neck in a car accident, he began abusing OxyContin. His father was a drug addict, too, who died from an overdose. Now Shane is following in his father's deadly footsteps--can an intervention break the cycle?

14Ashley (Intervention) recap, spoilers

Ashley

12 April 2010$-1

Ashley was raised by a mother who was addicted to methamphetamines and gambling. Ashley flourished when her aunt and uncle became her legal guardians, but she started using heroin when her beloved grandfather died. Now she bounces back and forth between her rigid aunt's house and her permissive mother's house, and she's developed serious asthma from smoking heroin. The family fears that Ashley will soon overdose and die.

15Amy P. (Intervention) recap, spoilers

Amy P.

19 April 2010$-1

Amy and her family escaped the violence of apartheid-era South Africa and immigrated to Canada 22 years ago. But Amy suffered from anxiety and low self-esteem, and she became anorexic and, soon after, bulimic. Now she lives alone in the basement of her family's house and steals from family members to pay for her eating binges. Weighing only 92 pounds, Amy is on the brink of death.

16Tyler (Intervention) recap, spoilers

Tyler

03 May 2010$-1

A gifted mechanic, Tyler, 26, worked in the family business with his brother, Zach, and his sister, Ashley. Their father built the business to provide his children with a wonderful life. But the family's dreams turned to tragedy when Tyler found both Zach and Ashley dead from drug overdoses. Unable to cope with his loss, Tyler now fills his days with drugs and alcohol.

17Richard (Intervention) recap, spoilers

Richard

10 May 2010$-1

Now 53, Richard has kept a traumatic childhood event secret all his life. As early as age 11, he used alcohol to numb the emotional pain. As an adult, he was diagnosed with diabetes, and his health problems were exacerbated by his drug and alcohol abuse. He was able to keep his addictions in check while he and his wife, Sandy, raised two children. But when he was injured at work, Richard abused his prescriptions and eventually became addicted to crack cocaine.

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Has Intervention, Season 7 been confirmed? Will there be a intervention, season 7?
The countdown to Intervention [2009] Season 7 Episode 1 begins. An all-new episode of Intervention is soon going to be released.

Intervention, Season 7 start date: When does intervention, season 7 come back?
Intervention, Season 7 will air on Monday 30th of November 2009.

How many episodes will be in intervention, season 7?
With the season now airing in November 2009. There will be 17 episodes in season 7.

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Intervention, Season 2414 June 20226 Episodes

The Emmy award-winning series “Intervention” profiles people whose uncontrollable addiction to drugs, alcohol or compulsive behavior has brought them to the brink of destruction and has devastated their family and friends. This season begins with all-new episodes anchored in California confronting the Fentanyl Crisis followed by never-before-seen episodes from various cities.

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“Intervention” profiles people whose dependence on drugs and alcohol or other compulsive behavior has brought them to a point of personal crisis or estranged them from their friends and loved ones. “There is hope in the most difficult cases.”

Intervention, Season 9 cast, spoilers, episodes, reviews
Intervention, Season 913 December 201013 Episodes

The Emmy and five-time PRISM Award-winning series Intervention is back for another powerful season, profiling people whose dependence on drugs and alcohol or other compulsive behavior has brought them to a point of personal crisis. Each episode of this gripping series ends with a surprise intervention staged by family and friends of the addict, and conducted by one of two specialists: Jeff VanVonderen or Candy Finnigan. In this season’s premiere, a defiant drug addict, Rachel, is living alone on the streets, left to fend for herself. Can an intervention save her from a heroin addiction? Later in the season, meet Austin, an expectant father – and alcoholic – getting in as much partying as he can before his baby is born, and Darick, a divorcee who, once he learned he wasn’t the biological father to his daughter, turned to drugs. Not the first addict in his family, Darick is being enabled by relatives who feel if they don’t allow his habit, they’ll have to bury him.  

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