Background & Aims: Liver and bile duct diseases often are associated with extensive cell death of cholangiocytes. Necroptosis represents a common mode of programmed cell death in cholangiopathy, however, detailed mechanistic knowledge is limited owing to the lack of appropriate in vitro models. To address this void, we investigated whether human intrahepatic cholangiocyte organoids (ICOs) can recapitulate cholangiopathy-associated necroptosis and whether this model can be used for drug screening. Methods: We evaluated the clinical relevance of necroptosis in end-stage liver diseases and liver transplantation by immunohistochemistry. Cholangiopathy-associated programmed cell death was evoked in ICOs derived from healthy donors or patients with primary sclerosing cholangitis or alcoholic liver diseases by the various stimuli. Results: The expression of key necroptosis mediators, receptor-interacting protein 3 and phosphorylated mixed lineage kinase domain-like, in cholangiocytes during end-stage liver diseases was confirmed. The phosphorylated mixed lineage kinase domain-like expression was etiology-dependent. Gene expression analysis confirmed that primary cholangiocytes are more prone to necroptosis compared with primary hepatocytes. Both apoptosis and necroptosis could be specifically evoked using tumor necrosis factor α and second mitochondrial-derived activator of caspases mimetic, with or without caspase inhibition in healthy and patient-derived ICOs. Necroptosis also was induced by ethanol metabolites or human bile in ICOs from donors and patients. The organoid cultures further uncovered interdonor variable and species-specific drug responses. Dabrafenib was identified as a potent necroptosis inhibitor and showed a protective effect against ethanol metabolite toxicity. Conclusions: Human ICOs recapitulate cholangiopathy-associated necroptosis and represent a useful in vitro platform for the study of biliary cytotoxicity and preclinical drug evaluation.