At the end of a memorable 2013 episode of Intervention featuring anorexia college student Kaila, she left treatment against the advice of doctors. Ever since then, there has been a lot of interest (and concern) from viewers about how Kaila is doing now. Thankfully, it’s good news!
Professional wrestler, model, and reality star Chyna (real name Joan Laurer) was found dead in her apartment on April 20 after what is believed to have been a drug overdose. Chyna’s rep has since revealed that her drug issues were well known, and that he had arranged for her to appear on the show Intervention this week.
In a memorable 2008 episode of Intervention, audiences met Kristen Showe, a young woman who was addicted to both heroin and cocaine. Find out about the highs and lows she’s experienced since agreeing to go to rehab…
One of the most memorable episodes of Intervention featured Cristy Celaya, an alcoholic and meth addict who was enabled by her father. Find out what’s happened to her since her 2006 episode….But, be warned–this isn’t a very happy update.
The 2006 Intervention episode featuring Sylvia was one of the most memorable of the entire series. Nine years later, Sylvia seems to still be doing well.
In August of last year it was announced that A&E’s Emmy Award-winning addiction docuseries Intervention would be returning for a 14th season on sister network LMN, but those plans have changed and the show will now be returning home to A&E. The new season premieres on Sunday, March 22 at 9/8c and will be preceded by an hour-long special in which “original interventionists and production crew look back on memorable moments in series history and discuss its impact on pop culture.” Keep reading for all the details!
Allison Fogarty’s 2008 episode of Intervention shook up popular culture. The bright former pre-med student was throwing her life away by inhaling computer dusters, a short-lived high that made her look wide-eyed and caused a serious car wreck. How’s she doing now?
More than one year after Intervention was canceled by A&E, Lifetime Movie Network’s president announced they are reviving the show for a 14th season. Interventionists Jeff Van Vonderen and Candy Finnigan will also return.