A&E’s ‘Intervention’ Tackles Opioid Crisis in Special New Season

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A&E Network’s Emmy Award-winning docuseries, “Intervention” will tackle America’s opioid crisis with a special new season premiering January 2nd. The 8-episode series focuses on a group of addicts battling this deadly addiction in the Atlanta suburb known as “The Heroin Triangle.”

“For the first time in series history, this season will follow interconnected stories of addicts and their families suffering at the hands of the national opioid crisis,” says A&E’s press release. “Veteran interventionists Candy Finnigan, Ken Seeley, and Donna Chavous partner with interventionist and Georgia native, Heather Hayes, as well as new team member, Michael Gonzales as they face the biggest challenge of their careers and attempt to help these victims of addiction.”

The upcoming season of “Intervention” begins with a special 2-hour premiere airing Tuesday, January 2 at 9 pm ET on A&E.

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