Intervention

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  • TV-14
  • 2005
  • 24 Seasons
  • 7.9  (2,800)

This docuseries follows the rehabilitation of people who are struggling with substance abuse. In each case, the addict is given an ultimatum by their loved ones to go into rehab or else. The series begins with the intervention, but it also checks in during the rehabilitation process. The series debuted in 2013 on A&E.

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Fentanyl Family Part 2
11. Fentanyl Family Part 2
June 27, 2022
Despite multiple overdoses and medical emergencies, Christine and her three adult children continue to use dangerous amounts of fentanyl together in their single studio apartment in Garden Grove, Calif.
Fentanyl Family Part 1
10. Fentanyl Family Part 1
June 20, 2022
When Christine's brother died in a tragic accident, she turned to methamphetamine and her seemingly perfect family spiraled out of control; interventionists Ken Seeley and Sylvia Parsons team up on the biggest case of their careers.
Kenny
9. Kenny
June 13, 2022
Raised in Northern California, Kenny excelled in football and had big dreams of playing in the NFL, but a misstep in high school triggered a series of events that left him homeless and addicted to dangerous amounts of fentanyl.
Brea
8. Brea
December 6, 2021
When a family secret is accidentally revealed to Brea, the world she's known her entire life is shattered; as she begins to tailspin out of control with the help of alcohol and pharmaceuticals, all her mother can do is fight to pick up the pieces.
Ryan
7. Ryan
November 29, 2021
At 16, while trying a difficult skateboard maneuver, Ryan severely injured his ankle. Doctors prescribed opioids, and Ryan, couchbound for a year, enjoyed the emotionally numbing effect of the drugs. When his ankle healed and his prescription was cut off, Ryan turned to street drugs for his fix. Now 26, he is addicted to fentanyl, and has nearly lost his life to overdose multiple times. Ryan's parents fear that without a successful intervention, he is sure to perish at the hands of his addiction.
Elliot
6. Elliot
November 22, 2021
Elliot overcame a traumatic childhood and moved to Las Vegas to pursue his dream of becoming a chef on the Vegas Strip, but the rampant drug culture in restaurant kitchens along with the sudden death of his brother sent Elliot reeling, and now he's homeless and addicted to heroin. Interventionist: Ken Seeley.
Jayden
5. Jayden
November 15, 2021
After a terrifying burn accident as a child, Jayden grows up hoping to become a firefighter and fight California's notorious forest fires; after a series of tragic events, 20-year-old Jayden now smokes dangerous amounts of fentanyl.
Ashley
4. Ashley
November 8, 2021
Despite being born into a family of addicts, Ashley was a straight-A student with dreams of attending one of the top universities in California. But her hopes were dashed when her stepfather introduced her to meth and heroin as a teenager, and now she's homeless and self-medicating with every drug she can get her hands on. Interventionist: Donna Chavous.
Jesse
3. Jesse
November 1, 2021
Jesse grows up gender fluid in a household rife with addiction, trauma and dysfunction; after nearly losing his mother to drugs, Jesse spirals into an addiction of his own and now lives on the streets.
Peter
2. Peter
October 25, 2021
Growing up, Peter excelled in everything he did--school, sports and the arts, but the pressure of being perfect and the fear of letting his family down, coupled with a secret childhood trauma led Peter to fentanyl and now he's smoking 1000 times the lethal dose every single day. Interventionist: Ken Seeley.
Krystal
1. Krystal
October 18, 2021
Nicknamed "Krystal Cali," for her classic California looks and energetic personality, Krystal lived out her dream of getting married and dedicating her life to two young sons, but the effects of growing up in a dysfunctional family, along with the death of her father turned "Krystal Cali" into an alcohol, heroin, meth and fentanyl addict.
Description

This docuseries follows the rehabilitation of people who are struggling with substance abuse. In each case, the addict is given an ultimatum by their loved ones to go into rehab or else. The series begins with the intervention, but it also checks in during the rehabilitation process. The series debuted in 2013 on A&E.

Intervention is a series that is currently running and has 24 seasons (384 episodes). The series first aired on March 6, 2005.

Where to Watch Intervention

Intervention is available for streaming on the A&E website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Intervention on demand at Philo, Amazon, Hulu, Vudu, Google Play, Apple TV, Amazon Prime, A&E and Tubi TV.

  • Premiere Date
    March 6, 2005
  • IMDB Rating
    7.9  (2,800)