Hoarders: Season 3 – Sneak Peek | A&E

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Hoarders not only captures the drama as experts work to put each hoarder on the road to recovery but also highlights the individual’s inner challenges and triumphs. Although cleaning marks the first step of tackling this disorder, success is not definite. At the end of each episode we’ll find out who has been able to keep their hoarding behavior under control and who has fallen into the deep end of this painful disease.

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39 thoughts on “Hoarders: Season 3 – Sneak Peek | A&E

  1. 0:54 you're right, you should've turned yourself in, children should never have to live like this! It's neglect!!

  2. These people are not "collectors." Collectors collect valuable or at least rare/somewhat valuable items. Not taking your trash out for 2 years and allowing your house to get mice/roach/fly infested is laziness and/or mental illness. I say raze the dwelling, put them in a mental institution and make room for the civilized.

  3. At 0:05 – Were those THOUSANDS of maggots underneath the floor pad? OMG, that was horrifying!

    And why the fuck does this bitch have a POSSUM running around in her house?

    Holy shit, I can't believe she had a kid living in that dump.

    Oh, hell no! I don't feel sorry for these people at all.

    There's so many people who lost their homes due to unemployment and these ungrateful idiots are living like this and still shopping daily to acquire more CRAP they don't need.

    No sympathy here. Sorry.

  4. They hide behind words. It is not horrible or gross or disgusting or even sick.
    It's way beyond any of these words. They've lost their right to have their own place.
    They are acting sub-human. This is a strange type of psychosis. As I see it, A&E
    is just exploiting them.

  5. I think the way that Adella's children talked to her was atrocious. How trashy to use the f word to your own mother, especially with her mental issues. If you ask me the kids are part of the problem. Poor lady, if it were my mom I would have been there everyday checking on her to make sure she was not hoarding. She needs help not some trashy daughter screaming in her face!! Shame on you! Honor your mother and father so your days will be long on the earth!!! The bible doesn't say unless.

  6. feel bad for the kids. hopefully for them they cleaned out the house. no collector ever collects a piece of old food with mold and a plastic spork.

  7. i hate how on this show these disgusting people always say "i have a problem, my house is so bad because of my hoarding" like they assume they have no responsability just because they have problems

  8. @Jevezy Really?? Just curious as to what your definition of exploitation? So let's say that a person goes on a reality show about throat cancer (who isn't famous). He discusses symptoms, treatments, life styles….etc and wants to inform the public on proper screenings. Do you consider that exploitation? And name calling will not win you an argument. I'm beginning to question your maturity.

  9. @Jevezy Michael Douglas just announced on The David Letterman Show this week that he has stage 4 throat cancer. He discussed the symptoms and is hoping to inform the public of proper screenings since his doctors previously mis-diagnosed it. Do you consider this exploitation?

  10. @Jevezy So because a tv program has actual people wanting to solve his/her personal problem, you consider that exploitation? There was a program with a man going through treatments for prostate cancer. His goal was to inform the public, and it worked. Exploitation? Not really. This isn't "The Jersey Shore." These shows have happy endings with people getting well. "Intervention" has helped many people with the struggles of addiction. That goes for people on the program, and those who watch it.

  11. @Jevezy I understand your concerns. But I truly believe the goal of this show is inspiring people to get help. Hence, there always seems to be a happy ending and/or progress being made due to these shows. Even "Intervention" shows the tragic lives of people in addiction. Though it may me exploitive, the ends justifies the means. If it takes a loved one of mine to be exploited to get better – have at it.

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