The incredibly skilled and extremely hilarious Heckle and Jeckle plastic surgery duo of Dr. Terry Dubrow and Dr. Paul Nassif will be back with a brand-new batch of plastic surgeries gone wrong! E! announced earlier today that there will be a third season of the break-out reality hit Botched.
The announcement comes just ahead of the show’s midseason finale on July 12. The second season is seeing an average of well over a million viewers per episode, which was a big reason for the renewal.. “Plastic surgery has and continues to be a pop culture obsession,” said Jeff Olde, E!‘s executive vide president of Programming and Development. “Botched not only delivers on the pursuit of perfection phenomenon, but also inspires viewers with heartwarming stories as Dr. Dubrow and Dr. Nassif transform patients’ lives. We are thrilled to bring this series back for a third season and deliver more of what our fans crave.”
The press release stated that fans can expect to see more of the same kinds of stories in Season 3 that have helped make Botched such a huge success:
In season three, Dr. Dubrow and Dr. Nassif will continue to take on patients who are left with nowhere else to turn after enduring the pain and emotional distress of surgeries gone horribly wrong. The July 12th mid-season finale of “Botched” continues in that vein, featuring television personality Farrah Abraham, who has come to see the doctors about her lips, and a man who’s doctor left a permanent thumbprint on his nose.
Botched Season 3 is set to premiere in the early part of 2016.
Meanwhile, Paul recently announced his new line of skin care products–and, of course, the announcement came at Terry’s expense:
— Dr. Paul S. Nassif (@DrPaulNassif) July 1, 2015
Am I the only one debating getting some really terrible plastic surgery procedure just so I can have a consultation with these two? (Just kidding, of course.)
Congrats to Paul and Terry — we’ve been HUGE fans from the very first episode and even went as far as to name Botched our favorite new reality series of 2014.