Dating a former heroin addict
On May 24, 2013, A&E announced they had concluded the series, with remaining episodes to begin airing in June 2013.
The final episode in the lineup aired on July 18, 2013 and concluded with reflections from past addicts and a thank you from the producers to the interventionists, family members, treatment centers, and addicts themselves.
Relatives, friends and closed ones are interviewed by the producers, with certain parts intercut with the footage of the show.
The interventions are often practiced or prepared ahead of the time the addict(s) walks in.
Scott Klass "Five Steps" (closing song) Performed by The Davenports Craig Marks (Theme & Incidental music, 2005 – 2013) Dominic Messenger (Incidental music, 2006 – 2007) "Breathe Me" (2008 season preview song) Performed by Sia Furler Intervention is an American documentary television series that premiered on March 6, 2005 on A&E.
The producers usually follow up a while 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.
Paramedics found her blue and not breathing on the sofa.
A post-mortem examination revealed she had bruising to her upper arms, legs and buttocks.
WHAT STRUCK HIM, HE WOULD later say, was that the boy didn’t look anything like a junkie.
Plano Police sergeant Aubrey Paul had driven north along Texas Highway 289, where Plano’s gated communities and mirrored office parks abruptly give way to unruly stretches of buffalo grass, to check out a call he had received the day before from a detective in the neighboring town of Frisco.
"Oh, I don't know," Eve would say, a sly grin forming on her round face, her lip piercing clicking against the bottom row of her teeth. Running away from a home where the disintegration of her parents' marriage – her mother worked for Homeland Security, her father as a project manager in construction – had created an environment more toxic than nurturing.