From a media release:
DE-CLUTTERING EXPERT JILL POLLACK RETURNS TO TRANSFORM THE LIVES AND HOMES OF CANADA’S MOST DISORGANIZED FAMILIES
- Second season of Consumed premieres Sat., June 1 at 5 p.m. ET/2 p.m. PT on HGTV Canada
HGTV Canada’s extreme home experiment, Consumed is returning for a second season of home de-cluttering with host Jill Pollack – a former television producer turned celebrity home organizational expert. This season, Pollack pushes families overwhelmed by stuff further than ever before by taking them on an intense physical and emotional journey where each family must survive for a gruelling two weeks with only the bare essentials. While Jill deals with the underlying emotional clutter, resident handyman Darren Doyle takes on the challenge of making their physical space more functional. Produced by Paperny Entertainment, Consumed (9 x 60’) season two premieres Sat., June, 1 at 5 p.m. ET/2 p.m. PT on HGTV Canada.
From packing up their own home to confronting emotional issues and clutter, Jill is there for the families in each episode to better their lives.
EPISODE 1: THE TAIT MACDONALDS
Sat., June 1 at 5 p.m. ET/2 p.m. PT
Career-woman Trish Tait-MacDonald had no idea what she was in for when she had twins. Trying to stay on top of the house, the kids, and her job has left the state of the house in chaos. And where’s hubby Bruce in all this? If he is not at work, he is out hunting. In this two-week de-cluttering experiment, Jill attempts to get this couple back on track and working as a team. But stubborn Bruce gives Jill a run for her money.
EPISODE 2: THE KERRS
Sat., June 8 at 5 p.m. ET/2 p.m. PT
With four kids under the age of eight, including three-year old twins, the Kerr family is overwhelmed by stuff. Heather, in an attempt to be supermom, home-schools her kids and buys them an excess of toys – even ones they don’t want. The toys have added to their already cluttered space which contributes to their overwhelmed household and rocky marriage. Hubby Mike can’t face the clutter and has removed himself both mentally and physically from the situation. Heather and Mike constantly fight about the mess and the kids are starting to feel their stress. With the clutter gone during this two-week experiment, real issues are exposed and the couple realizes their relationship is in serious jeopardy.
For full episodes after they air and exclusive photos visit www.hgtv.ca.
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