A cable docuseries that was canceled by its original network has been revived by another cable channel. The Hollywood Reporter’s Live Feed reports that the canceled A&E series “Intervention” will resurface on A&E sibling LMN.
The revival on LMN, part of the A&E Networks group, will give the series a 14th cycle.
LMN has given the show 15 new episodes, with production slated for the summer and a goal of airing the new season in early 2015. The move comes after LMN previously picked up another canceled A&E show, the drama “Those Who Kill.”
Commenting on “Intervention,” the report notes: “The series profiles people whose uncontrollable addiction to drugs, alcohol or compulsive behavior has brought them to the brink and follows them as they are presented with the life-changing opportunity of an intervention and rehab.”
The show earned two Emmy nominations for outstanding reality series, and won in 2009.