Will we see more of this documentary reality television series? Continue reading to learn more about Hoarders Season 14.
If you haven’t streamed this show before, we can assure you that it is as eccentric as the name suggests because the series depicts the real-life struggles and treatment of people who suffer from compulsive hoarding disorder. Over the years, the series has successfully broadcast 13 seasons, making it one of the most riveting and emotionally charged reality shows on television.
It’s fair to say that Hoarders has captured the attention of audiences worldwide with its unique approach to exploring the show’s overall theme. Fans are excited to see how the show will continue to push the boundaries in its portrayal of the challenges and triumphs of those living in such difficulties.
The viewers want to know if there will be another season, which will be set to explore even more heart-wrenching and inspirational stories. So, if you’re wondering the same thing, then you’ve come to the right place! We’ve compiled a quick summary of everything you need to know about the current status of the series.
Here’s everything we know about Hoarders Season 14.
Is Hoarders renewed for Season 14?
As of writing this, the network has yet to announce the 14th season of Hoarders formally. It is quite surprising that the network hasn’t renewed the show for another season as the 13th season aired its final episode back on December 6, 2021, which has been more than a year, which usually hasn’t happened before with the show, making the doubts in the minds of the viewers even more crucial to address as they are starting to doubt that the show might have been over for good.
But if we have to predict, it doesn’t seem like the end, as the series has been a massive success over the years, which makes the possibility of a show renewal for additional seasons more likely to happen in the near future. There is no way that any major network will suddenly drop the series from its year-round television schedule. Hence, it’s only a matter of time, because, at this moment in time, we are certain that the renewal will be announced sooner rather than later.
We’ll just have to wait and see what the show’s next move will be in future seasons.
On the other hand, the prospective premiere date has yet to be acknowledged, and the status is neither here nor there. But if the show is renewed in a couple of weeks, then we can predict that the potential release date might happen sometime late in 2023 or even in 2024 with the same premiere time, every Monday at 8/7c on A&E.
In order to receive updates on when Hoarders Season 14 premieres on the network, interested viewers can also enable notifications. Until then, fans should keep a close eye on the social media handles of the show to learn about any new updates. The series is expected to continue and explore the basic premise as seen in the previous season, which showcased:
“In the 13th season of the Emmy-nominated and Critics Choice Television Award-winning series, “Hoarders,” the show tackles the country’s most significant, most extreme, and most challenging hoards. Each two-hour episode focuses on a person, along with their friends and family, as they work with experts to overcome a hoarding crisis in the hope of reclaiming balance in their lives. Throughout the season, viewers are introduced to eight extraordinary individuals from across the United States as the Hoarders’ team of experts race against the clock to avert crises ranging from jail time to financial ruin and loss of property.”
Additionally, the exact number of episodes for Hoarders Season 14 has yet to be announced; if the series is renewed, we can expect at least eight episodes with a runtime of 42 to 85 minutes, similar to the previous season. The number of episodes may vary depending on the theme and the participants, who suffer from compulsive hoarding disorder, that the show wishes to convey to the audience if this is the final season.
We recommend that viewers be patient and follow the show’s social media handles to stay up to date on such details.
Moreover, a number of board-licensed therapists, psychologists, and professional organizers have contributed to the show as on-air personalities. The recurring cast members who are expected to return are as follows:
- Dr. Suzanne Chabaud – Ph.D.
- Dr. Melva Green – M.D., M.B.A., M.P.H.
- Dr. Scott Hannan – Ph.D.
- Mark Pfeffer – M.S., L.M.F.T.
- Dr. Renae Reinardy – Psy.D.
- Dr. David Tolin – Ph.D., A.B.P.P.
- Dr. Michael Tompkins – Ph.D.
- Dr. Robin Zasio – Psy.D. L.C.S.W.
- Dorothy Breininger – Certified Professional Organizer
- Cory Chalmers – Extreme Cleaning Specialist
- Matt Paxton – Extreme Cleaning Specialist
- Dr. Darnita L. Payden – Life Management Specialist
- Standolyn Robertson – Certified Professional Organizer
- Erica DiMiele – Extreme Cleaning Specialist
- Geralin Thomas – Certified Professional Organizer
Right now, you can watch Hoarders on FuboTV, A&E, Hulu Plus, and Discovery+, with all previous episodes also accessible on the streaming platform with a range of membership options. You can also stream it by renting or purchasing it on Amazon Instant Video, iTunes, Google Play, and Vudu. So, it is time for you to renew your membership plans, stream the series, and explore another genre of series and movies from the massive catalog that the streaming service offers to its members based on location and plan, which users can choose from according to their preferences.
In the meantime, you can also stream some of the new episodes on A&E’s official Youtube channel, as the clip below showcases: “This hoarder faces jail time if he doesn’t clean up in this clip from Season 13, Episode 4.”
Catch up on the previous seasons while you wait for more Hoarders Season 14 updates.