Extreme hoarder Mike is about to undergo surgery that could save his life. But the biohazards inside his filthy home puts his recovery at serious risk. If he doesn’t clean out his house now, he will die in his hoard.
If Tim doesn’t grow up and get his home cleaned before his inheritance runs out, he’ll lose the house and end up out on the street. A similar fate is in store for twin brothers Lorrin and Orin if their decades-long compulsion can’t be curbed.
Geoffrey has already lost his home. Now, he has just 30 days to clear the clutter from the home or he will lose everything that remains inside it - including his two children.
One mother's battle with hoarding is overshadowed by the discovery of her own daughter's compulsion to hold on to things; while another mother is putting her family's unity on the line & her husband's life at risk with her own hoarding problem.
It’s the most extreme roach infestation ever seen on Hoarding: Buried Alive - and if Seymour can’t conquer it and clear out the hoard in his house, the city will condemn the home and leave him homeless.
An unprecedented edition of Hoarding: Buried Alive features an apartment complex with not one, not two, but three extreme hoarders. For years their hoarding has gone unchecked but now under strict building management, everything is about to change.
If Doug doesn’t get a handle on his extreme compulsion to collect things within the month, he stands to lose not one, but two house he’s filled with clutter.