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Telling powerful stories in hourlong episodes, TLC follows medical journeys of morbidly obese people as they attempt to save their own lives. The featured individuals -- each weighing more than 600 pounds -- confront lifelong emotional and physical struggles as they make the courageous decision to undergo high-risk gastric bypass surgery. In addition to drastically changing their appearances, they hope to reclaim their independence, mend relationships with friends and family, and renew their feelings of self-worth.

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Robin and her brother Chris are both obese and already lost a sibling to obesity; they plan to visit Dr. Now together when Chris suffers a stroke and can't go; Chris' son Garrett, already 600 pounds at age 20, is game to join the journey.
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Born as "Matthew," Destinee never felt like she fit in; now, having come out as a 600-pound transgender woman, she likes her curves, but she will need to say goodbye to them if she wants to be approved to transition completely.
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Lacey ballooned up over 600 lbs on pizza and ice cream and knows Dr. Now is her best hope for success; she must now rally her divorced parents around her for support and find a way to modulate her moods that won't include binge-eating.
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Maja moves to Houston to undertake a difficult weight-loss journey with the support of her boyfriend, Christian; when Christian decides he's had enough and leaves Maja high and dry, she discovers that the only person she can count on is herself.
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Holly already has one failed weight loss surgery, so to succeed this time, she must do more than change her eating habits, she must address the childhood issues that continue to plague her.
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Brandon is a talented musician with a beautiful voice and a run-away weight problem; he wants to lose weight and embark on a career; he also wants to take the next step with his girlfriend, Taylor, whom he risks losing if he can't make a change.
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A college graduate with a once-promising career, Justin has eaten his life away to the point of never leaving the house for anything but food; only the help of Dr. Now's weight-loss program can restore his hopes of living a happy, productive life.
aired 141 days ago
Pauline's self-destructive behavior continues to be a problem; Chad strives to be a better father and husband as he continues his journey; June's progress stalls when frequent travel and wedding plans cause her to slip back into bad habits.
aired 141 days ago
For Milla Clark, after three years and five surgeries, success would mean beating the odds, and becoming one of Dr. Nowzaradan's most impressive weight-loss patients, but failure would mean slipping back to the bedbound life.
aired 147 days ago
Liz has gone from being bedbound with lymphedemas on both legs, to standing and walking; if Jenn and Marissa can't get along as mother and daughter to lose weight, they'll have to proceed apart; with facts and bonus scenes.
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Despite moving to Houston with the solid support of her boyfriend, Aaron, and her cousin, Jasmine, Tiffany finds it difficult to break the cycle of depressed eating when her two roommates don't join her diet and leave the house every day for work.
aired 148 days ago
Liz has gone from being bedbound with lymphedemas on both legs, to standing and walking, but old fears are about to threaten her progress; if Jenn and Marissa can't get along as mother and daughter to lose weight, they'll have to proceed apart.
aired 152 days ago
Eleven years later, Melissa has lost 500 pounds and is now facing marital problems, three pregnancies and life as a single mom, and is struggling with a 150 pound weight gain.
aired 154 days ago
In the fourth year of his weight-loss journey, Sean struggles to get past the loss of his mother and live on his own; with extra facts and bonus scenes.
aired 155 days ago
In the fourth year of his weight-loss journey, Sean struggles to get past the loss of his mother and live on his own; Dr. Now intervenes to control Sean's eating for a time.
aired 159 days ago
At 400 pounds, Bettie Jo achieves the dream of becoming pregnant, but complications arise; Susan, who lost 400 pounds and maintains a relationship, finds her weight loss stalling.
aired 161 days ago
Lee's anger issues continue to jeopardize his relationship with Rena and threatens to derail both of their weight loss journeys; a major life event sends Sarah into a depression that she must pull herself out of if she wants to keep losing weight.
aired 162 days ago
Lee's anger issues continue to jeopardize his relationship with Rena and threatens to derail both of their weight loss journeys; a major life event sends Sarah into a depression that she must pull herself out of if she wants to keep losing weight.
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When Annjeanette was nine, a campaign was established to send her to fat camp; she hated that her weight had become a source of public shame and she has struggled to overcome her food addiction; now, she must change her habits to save her life.
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Janine is still in the 500s and mostly immobile; Dr. Nowzaradan is running out of options for how to treat her if she can't find a way to control her eating habit and start walking again; with extra facts and bonus scenes.
aired 169 days ago
A year since her weight loss journey began, Janine is still in the 500s and mostly immobile, and now, Dr. Nowzaradan is running out of options for how to treat her if she can't find a way to control her eating habit and start walking again.

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