For almost five years, the genre-defining reality series “Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew” has enlightened viewers about the painful and trying path to recovery for people with alcohol and drug addictions. Anyone familiar with the treatment process for addiction knows that recovery is a lifelong process and some succeed where others fail. Life outside the protective environment of rehab is rough as patients can fall into old routines and potential relapse
“Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew Revisited” is a series of four, “where are they now” specials with Dr. Drew and his head counselor Bob Forrest visiting patients from the first four seasons of “Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew.” Featuring new interviews and home visits with Andy Dick, Rodney King, Seth Binzer, Tom Sizemore, Rachel Uchitel, Leif Garrett, Janice Dickinson and many more of the most infamous ‘celebrity rehabbers’ to date, these specials will offer a frank look at life months and, in some cases years, after rehab. While many participants on the series have been successful with recovery, viewers will see that in some instances, not even Dr. Drew’s patients are immune to the perils of relapse. “Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew Revisited” premieres Sunday, November 20th at 9pm ET/PT (8pm Central) on VH1.
Specials are each week at 9pm ET/PT (8pm Central) with airdates and featured patients as follows:
November 20, 2011
“Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew Season 1 Revisited”
featuring Seth Binzer, Marey Carey, Jessica Sierra, Jaimee Foxworth
Dr. Drew is the host of the nationally syndicated late night radio show “Loveline” as well as a respected practicing MD, board certified in internal and addiction medicine, who is staff at Huntington Hospital and assistant clinical professor of KECK USC School of Medicine. Additionally, he is hosting a new primetime show on HLN called “Dr. Drew” and is hosting a daytime talk show “Dr. Drew’s Lifechangers” on the CW. He is the author of the New York Times best seller “The Mirror Effect: How Celebrity Narcissism is Seducing America” (Harper Collins) and “Cracked: Putting Broken Lives Together Again” (Harper-Collins). Dr. Drew co-authored the first academic study on celebrities and narcissism that was published in the “Journal of Research in Personality” (Elsevier) in September 2006, and is the first systematic, empirical scholarly study of celebrity personality. Dr. Drew hosted VH1’s “Sober House” and “Sex Rehab with Dr. Drew” and can be seen on MTV’s “Teen Mom” and “16 & Pregnant.”
“Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew Revisited” is produced by Irwin Entertainment. Executive producing for Irwin Entertainment are John Irwin, Damian Sullivan, Joel Rodgers and Rob Buchta. Dr. Drew Pinsky and Howard Lapides also serve as executive producers. Jill Holmes, Noah Pollack and Jeff Olde are executive producers for VH1.