On August 5, 2014, however, LMN announced the revival of the series with a new season premiering in 2015. The show follows one or two participants who are either substance dependent or have severe addiction.
and aired both a special behind-the-scenes episode—providing viewers with first-hand accounts at the filming process by the production crew, as well as updates from former addicts—and the Season 14 premiere on March 22, 2015. They are filmed over a period of time until an intervention conducted with an interventionist, in which they are often captured using drugs, alcohol, or the substance they are abusive of.
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"I guess they remind me of me." See how America lost the war on drugs Away from the stables, she attracted the attention of adults in other ways. In 2004, when Eve was 12, she discovered what seemed an easier way to rein in a mind that felt hard-wired to pinball from one extreme to the other.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.By the time she was 18, the same kids who once talked about the thrill of smoking pot were now praising the joys of "oxys," not to mention "vikes" and "perc-30s," the street names for Vicodin and the pale-blue 30-milligram tablets of oxycodone.Eve was out of high school, renting a room on the outskirts of Middlebury, a picturesque college town an hour south of Milton, when she started dating a boy who taught her that grinding and snorting the pills produced a more potent high.