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Update April 27, 2018

Hello Interventionites! Interventionarians?

Apparently Intervention will be returning on June 5th with a new regular-format season. I haven’t been able to track down the promo or any official info from A&E online but it’s been reported that ads were run on the channel. Those ads are notoriously unreliable, A&E changes its mind a lot when it comes to scheduling, but at least we know that new episodes have definitely been produced and will be aired at some point. Which is fantastic news! We get to delay the heartbreak a while longer. (I’m seriously dreading having to go through the emotional toll of Intervention’s 2nd cancellation).

I’ve been trying to put together stats about the show and I’m stoked to almost be done with data entry.  However, I’m missing a few important pieces of information and I need your help. As you probably know, not all of the episodes are still available to view online. Sometimes because the addict has since passed away, sometimes for other mysterious reasons.  I recently went back and added the Interventionist to every episodes’ page (that wasn’t something I was originally recording when I started the site), but I wasn’t able to get that info on all of them because the episode is now inaccessible for whatever reason. So here is the list of interventions where I don’t know who the interventionist was. Do you know?

Season 1
Vanessa

Season 2
Randi
Michael

Season 3
Dillon

Season 4
Mike
Jenny

In other news, I started a Patreon in case anyone is interested in helping me cover my new higher-security hosting costs AND I’ve now been sober for 5 months. Feels like a dang miracle. Thanks for all your support everyone.

Happy Spring!

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Discussion

20 Responses to “Update April 27, 2018”

  1. Hi Dizzy, Dillon’s interventionist was Jeff.

    Posted by Lhamo55 | April 27, 2018, 3:13 pm
  2. Excellent news Dizzy! Both Intervention’s new season and to your sobriety!

    Posted by kitty katt | April 27, 2018, 6:00 pm
  3. Wow, such exciting news — a new season plus your sobriety. Congrats Dizzy! I’m anxious to see what the new season holds.

    Posted by Kristina | April 27, 2018, 6:37 pm
  4. I hope the new season brings in more ratings. I have a feeling it will. Also that’s awesome you’ve been sober 5 months dizzy. We’re all proud of you. 🙂

    Posted by Andy | April 27, 2018, 7:50 pm
  5. Dr. Tara Fields was Vanessa’s interventionist.

    https://www1.putlockerhd.is/tv-show/watch-intervention-2005-season-1-episode-2-online-free-putlocker.html

    Here’s her episode (which is shared with “he who shall not be named”). would you consider giving her a page on here?

    Posted by Stefan | April 27, 2018, 8:46 pm
  6. Congratulations on your 5 months. Well done!!

    Posted by Martha Story Jones | April 28, 2018, 4:37 pm
  7. Here’s the Mike and Jenny episode (it actually was on Season 5):

    https://www1.putlockers.movie/tv-show/552-watch-intervention-2005-online-free-putlocker.html#watching

    Would you make them profiles now?

    The Michael/Randi episode seems to be unavailable in all capacities.

    Posted by Stefan | April 29, 2018, 10:47 am
  8. JVV was Dillon’s interventionist.

    Congrats on 5 months, Dizzy, and thanks for all your work here.

    Posted by JuliePV | April 30, 2018, 12:10 pm
  9. Richard ran off at the end and never went.

    Episode 155: Richard

    Posted by North | May 2, 2018, 1:13 am
  10. I’m pretty sure that Michael is the same Michael who appeared in the episode with Adam in Season 2 (whom on IMDB was credited as appearing in the Michael/Randi episode and not the Adam/Michael episode). This makes sense as supposedly Randi’s episode never aired due to her finding out about the Intervention (something which supposedly she confirmed on this site and was also alluded to in the show’s 10th anniversary special). In any case, Michael’s interventionist was Jeff.

    Posted by Stefan | May 2, 2018, 1:15 am
  11. Google has descriptions up for the new episodes:

    June 5 – Sam & Brad
    A couple’s drug-fueled codependency becomes the basis of their marriage; after losing their children from previous relationships and their careers as well, family members fear that rock bottom for the troubled couple will mean both of their deaths.

    June 12 – Jackie R.
    A woman stuck in a loveless marriage gradually begins to drink and soon becomes a full-blown alcoholic guzzling up to a gallon of wine a day; despite wrecking three cars and losing her nursing license, Jackie continues to drink.

    June 19 – Abbie
    A young mother begins drinking excessively to cope with her husband’s physical and mental abuse; now living with a new boyfriend who enables her addiction, Abby’s alcoholism causes chronic liver, kidney and bone marrow damage.

    June 26 – Elann
    Unable to process the deaths of her father and brother, Elann obliterates her emotions with an ever-present bottle of vodka; seeing her daughter’s mental health in steep decline, Elann’s mother hopes an intervention can pull her back from the abyss.

    Posted by JuliePV | May 22, 2018, 8:53 am

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