List of Intervention Episodes

List Of Intervention Episodes

This is a list of episodes for Intervention, an American reality television program which has aired on the A&E Network since 2005.

Each episode follows one or two participants, each of whom has an addiction or other mentally and/or physically damaging problem and believes that they are being filmed for a documentary on their problem. Their situations are actually being documented in anticipation of an intervention by family and/or friends. The producers usually follow up months later to monitor the addicted person's progress and film it for "follow-up" episodes of the series or for shorter "web updates" available on the show's website.

As of January 2013, a total of 192 episodes and 12 specials have aired. Most episodes are available individually on DVD from A&E's website.

Read more about List Of Intervention Episodes:  Series Overview, Season 1: 2005, Season 2: 2005–2006, Season 3: 2007, Season 4: 2007–2008, Season 5: 2008, Season 6: 2008–2009, Season 7: 2009, Season 8: 2009–2010, Season 9: 2010, Season 10: 2010–2011, Season 11: 2011, Season 12: 2012, Season 13: 2012

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