Botched is a reality TV series created and released in the USA. The release was carried out by E! channel with the first season released date on the 24th of June 2014 making it one of the most watched series of the channel. The cast is made up of well-known and highly experienced doctors named Terry Dubrow and Paul Nassif. Their aim in every new episode is to help people correct extreme plastic surgery mistakes or various body imperfections. From its very first release the show was watched by more than a million viewers. The first season made up of eight episodes concluded on the 17th of August 2014. Two specials were added on the 26th and 27th of October the same year following the interviews of the doctors and their patients. Botched season 4 release date isn’t announced, but the show has been renewed for one more season.
On the 5th of August 2014, Botched was prolonged for season 2 to premiere on the 14th of April 2015. Season 3 was released on the 10th of May 2016. Season 4 is on the way.
Horrific cases of gone wrong plastic surgeries are thoroughly examined by Terry Dubrow and Paul Nassif – the best of the best plastic surgeons from California.
The viewers mostly adore the project. Probably because it never looks fake and that’s what actually attracts people. The doctors are deeply caring and they sincerely love what they do.
Some of the viewers agree that the format itself is repetitive. But it’s the only way to make the show be as attractive as it is now. The doctors can’t show a lot of things on TV, but the stories of patients and doctors’ explanations are always extremely interesting to listen to. Terry Dubrow and Paul Nassif transform lives of people turning them upside down. They are responsible for what they do turning away those who don’t need any surgery at all. They do no harm turning away the patients addicted to plastic surgery and sometimes they even follow the doctors’ advice.
4th Season Air Date
E! renews Botched for season 4. The show will get back to TV screens in Spring of 2017. The exact date is unknown yet, but it will be announced when further plans for the filming of the show become stable. Season 4 will be made up of 18 episodes. Dr. Terry Dubrow and Dr. Paul Nassif’s are still in the cast ready to demonstrate their surgical skills and experience. They’ll have to test their abilities for one more season.