A man faces losing his house unless he uses his inheritance money to clean up the clutter that has accumulated inside his home.
A man is faced with the task of cleaning out his roach infested, cluttered home or face being homeless when the city condemns it.
A woman has hoarding tendencies and discovers that her daughter is showing the same traits in her daily life.
A woman faces the possibility of losing her children unless she can clean up her home. A man's girlfriend threatens to leave him for good unless he stops his hoarding habits.
A man is about to undergo delicate surgery but his recovery at home may be in peril due to the unsanitary conditions there from his hoarding tendencies.
An apartment complex is home to three people who have filled their apartments with clutter and debris. With the apartment under new management, the hoarders are tasked with changing their lifestyles or facing possible eviction.
A father and son both hoard and with looming personal difficulties facing both, they must try and stop the clutter that has overwhelmed their lives.
A man has lost his home and has thirty days to clean up the mess inside or lose the contents as well.
A man is surprised when his home becomes cluttered due to the habits of his girlfiend, who recently moved in and had a nearby house condemned due to her hoarding in the past.
A woman has transformed a couple's home with her hoard of trash and a threat of imminent forclosure means changes must be made going forward.
Traumatized by a past shooting, a principal has mentally retreates into hoarding to the point his family fears for his well being.
Investors buy a house that is currently occupied by a hoarder. An inspection of the building reveals that a rat infestation has severely undermined the home's foundation.
A woman and her mother have filled their home with piles of clutter to the point that the hoarding poses a danger to their lives.
The murder of a daughter has led a mother to hoard since that trauma to the point it is a danger to herself. A couple leads a seemingly idyllic life but hold a secret of mass hoarding behind the doors of their home.
Three hoarders profiled in previous episodes are revisited to see if they are maintaining normal lives or have returned to their hoarding tendencies.
A woman's hoarding tendencies has filled her house with clutter and her three dogs may be a barrier to her cleaning up the home.
The lives of a woman and her children are being affected detrimentally by the hoarding of their landlord, who lives above them.
Two identical twins are hoarders of the same type of items and face the reality of changing their ways or facing the consequences.
A Canadian rock singer faces the possibility of losing his family unless he can declutter the large amount of memorabilia and other items he has accumulated over the years.
A woman's past hoarding has resulted in her going to jail and she faces the same possibility again unless she changes her ways. Home owners come to the startling revelation that the home they have purchased is full of junk left by the previous occupant.
A woman has spent lavish amounts of money on building a hoard inside her home and now faces the possibility of eviction unless she can get things under control.
A woman is vehemently denying that she isn't a hoarder but her cluttered home, with vermin visible in the corners of rooms, indicate otherwise.
A hoarder faces the possibility of eviction after her neighbour complains to authorities about the condition of her apartment. A hoarder's home is so full of items that she is living in a small part of her living room on a daily basis.
A woman's house is full of junk she has found in local dumpsters. With neighbors threatening lawsuits over the state of the property, the woman looks to clean up to avoid the dire predicament she faces.
With the passing of their mother, three children are left with the monumental task of decluttering her home and trying fo find important documents in the process.
A man with a bad temper moves in with his elderly mother and has filled her home with so much clutter that it needs to be cleared out for the safety of both.
With child protection services taking her two children away, a mother has forty eight hours to clean up the clutter her hoarding habits has led to or risk losing her children permanently.