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MTV Brings The Trials and Tribulations of Steve-O to Life in 'Steve-O: Demise and Rise' Airing on Sunday, May 3rd at 10:00pm ET/PT
Date:4/16/2009

"Steve-O: Demise and Rise" Is The Latest In A Series of Self-Doc Programming Set To Air On The Network

NEW YORK, April 16 /PRNewswire/ -- MTV continues to experiment and break the mold in documentary filmmaking with the release of "Steve-O: Demise and Rise," a self-documented look inside the mind of a man struggling with drug and alcohol addiction. This explosive special gives a raw, intimate first-hand account of Steve-O's downward spiral to when he ultimately hits rock bottom and is saved by the intervention of friends and his own will to do whatever it takes to get - and stay - sober. "Steve-O: Demise and Rise" airs on Sunday, May 3rd at 10pm ET/PT.

"Addiction is a brain disease that kills. Steve suffered from the profound consequences of long-standing polydrug addiction. The disease brought him to the edge of sanity and one night nearly took his life," said Dr. Drew Pinsky. "His recovery has been an inspiring but gut-wrenching process. Steve remains an inspiration to all. Those that have come to know him through this process love him."

"This documentary captures the most frightening moments of my friend at the apex of his addiction. I know because I was there," said Johnny Knoxville. "More importantly though it offers hope, and documents the tremendous amount of courage and hard work on Steve-O's behalf to turn that hope into a healthy person."

Steve-O, a self-professed ham in front of the video camera, never leaves home without it. Since his early teens, Steve-O has captured moments of his life on tape, including everything from his days as an amateur stuntman and flea-market clown to his rise to fame as popular member of "Jackass" and "Wildboyz." Consequently, the darkest hours of Steve-O's life are also captured. Viewers will see moments of extreme substance abuse, including the marathon nitrous oxide sessions, terrorizing his next door neighbor, hi
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