[04/06/16 - 10:31 AM] The Doctors Are Scrubbing Back in as E!'s Hit Series "Botched" Returns Tuesday, May 10 at 9 PM ET/PT Dr. Terry Dubrow and Dr. Paul Nassif are picking up their scalpels and righting the wrongs of some of the most extreme botched plastic surgery cases yet on the new season.
[via press release from E!]
THE DOCTORS ARE SCRUBBING BACK IN AS E!'S HIT SERIES "BOTCHED" RETURNS TUESDAY, MAY 10 AT 9 PM ET/PT
The Third Season of E!'s Breakout Hit will Feature All-New Challenging Surgical Cases and Inspiring Patient Stories
Los Angeles- April 6, 2016- Dr. Terry Dubrow and Dr. Paul Nassif are picking up their scalpels and righting the wrongs of some of the most extreme botched plastic surgery cases yet on the new season of E! Entertainment's addictive reality series, "Botched." The doctors' surgical skills are put to the test in each episode as they try turning plastic surgery nightmares into their patients' dream results. The doctors will take patients from too far to fixed when the third season of "Botched" premieres Tuesday, May 10 at 9PM ET/PT on E!
In the season premiere, fan favorite Rajee, who unknowingly had her face injected with cement by someone who was not a licensed medical professional, is back in the consult room as the doctors construct a complex plan in an attempt to fix her severely disfigured face. Meanwhile, Dr. Dubrow performs surgery on a woman whose stargazing nipples are too high and an "out-of-this world" patient requests that the doctors make him look like an alien.
Just when the doctors think they've seen it all, more patients come knocking. This season on "Botched," Dr. Dubrow and Dr. Nassif are once again tasked with fixing the seemingly unfixable. From a transformation for a woman whose nose is stuck at a "7 o'clock" angle, to an earlobe reconstruction for a woman whose lobes have been stretched to almost two inches, the doctors will tackle even more obscure and complicated surgeries than ever before. The doctors also receive a visit from former professional wrestler, Chyna, who enlists their help to fix her botched breasts.
The second season of "Botched" finished with 1.4M total viewers and 832k A18-49. Both Sunday and Tuesday night premieres of "Botched" consistently ranked among the Top 10 programs in primetime with W18-34 on their respective nights.
"Botched" is an Evolution Media production with Douglas Ross, Alex Baskin, Greg Stewart and Matt Westmore serving as Executive Producers. Dr. Terry Dubrow and Dr. Paul Nassif and Robert Carroll serve as Co-Executive Producers.
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