TLC CHECKS BACK INTO THE EMERGENCY ROOM ON "SEX SENT ME TO THE ER"
New Episodes Return October 25 at 10/9c
Having sex while skydiving? Falling in a grave after having sex in a cemetery? Being bit by a giant centipede during sex? These are just some of the extraordinary situations ordinary people get themselves into while being too adventurous with their significant others. But when dreaming up these outrageous fantasies, most don't expect such activities to land them in the emergency room as a result. On Saturday, October 25 at 10 PM ET/PT TLC returns with the buzz worthy series SEX SENT ME TO THE ER, as we head into the emergency room for all new horrifying and hilarious sex adventures turned medical mishaps. Retold by emergency room physicians and the actual couples who took part in the sexual escapades, TLC will air 20 hour long episodes.
In the premiere episode, we dive right into the height of insane sex stories when adrenaline-junkies William and Leslie decide to have sex while skydiving, and happen to forget about one small detail, opening their parachutes in time for landing! Then, a woman with mysterious symptoms ends up in the ER after she and her partner snuck away from a family member's wake to have some alone time, the source of her sickness? A mysterious sexual aid that no doctor would ever recommend. Michael Yo, TV personality and correspondent for The Insider, guest stars as a reenactment doctor. Finally, the tables are turned when ER nurses Deborah and Jim end up at the hospital they both work at after Jim experiences intense chest pain after he and Deborah have sex. They are shocked by the diagnosis.
Follow TLC @TLC with the hashtag #SexSentMe. SEX SENT ME TO THE ER is produced by GRB Entertainment for TLC.
Offering remarkably relatable real-life stories without judgment, the network celebrates the reality that "everyone needs a little TLC." TLC's hit series share everyday heart, humor, hope, and human connection with programming genres that include fascinating families, heartwarming transformations, and life's milestone moments such as wedding-themed programs anchored by Say Yes To The Dress. In the first half of 2014, TLC had 25 series averaging 1 million P2+ viewers or more, including seven series that averaged 2 million P2+ viewers or more: The Little Couple, 19 Kids and Counting, Return to Amish, Sister Wives, Long Island Medium, Here Comes Honey Boo Boo, and 90 Day Fiancé.