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"My Big Fat Fabulous Life" follows Whitney Thore's emotional journey after being diagnosed with polycystic ovarian syndrome. The disorder caused Whitney, a slender dancer at the time, to gain more than 200 pounds in one year at college. Feeling trapped in a big body, she struggled with self-doubt and negative stereotypes. Now 380 pounds and eager to continue sharing her passion for dance, Whitney has learned to embrace her body and love herself again. She teaches dance classes for plus-size girls, explores the dating scene, confronts bullies, and wears a bikini on the beach for the first time in 10 years. She also spearheads a campaign that fights body-shaming and promotes self-love and acceptance. To that end, Whitney Thore is no longer letting her fear of people's judgment dictate the way she lives her life.

Latest episodes

aired 4 days ago
In the wake of Babs' stroke, the family struggles to hold it together; Whitney offers to help with Babs' recovery, but when she receives an unexpected offer, she must choose between her family and her dance career.
aired 4 days ago
With the dance battle rematch looming, Whitney's friends attempt to repair her relationship with Todd, but an untimely injury leads to an even bigger problem; Whitney learns that Babs has been rushed to the emergency room.
aired 5 days ago
Whitney tags along on Todd's New York trip to attend a dance workshop with The Fitness Marshall, but when she accepts an offer to be in a music video, he goes into an angry tirade and abandons her in Central Park.
aired 5 days ago
Whitney attends a belly dancing class with a judge from the dance battle, but a harmless lesson turns into a public performance; online date Nathan divulges information that throws Whitney's world into a tailspin.
aired 6 days ago
Whitney dives back into online dating, but a new type of suitor raises concern; Whitney and Buddy gear up for a fitness competition, but when they arrive, Will drops a bomb; Whitney sees the scorecards from the dance battle.
aired 6 days ago
Whitney's Big Girls gear up for the most intense performance of their lives; the Trophy Wives come packing a secret weapon that has Whitney calling foul; when an injury plagues her star dancer, Whitney loses her mind.
aired 7 days ago
With the dance battle looming, Whitney brings in cutthroat choreographer Jenzi to help with the routine, but the decision proves disastrous when she gives Whitney a dark ultimatum.
aired 7 days ago
Whitney runs into a friend from high school and accepts an invite to go horseback riding, but by the time she realizes she's on a romantic date, there's no turning back; Babs plans a bombshell of a surprise for Glenn on their wedding anniversary.
aired 8 days ago
Whitney attends rival Jiya's dance class and her skills get tested; Jiya and her Trophy Wives step onto Whitney's turf, where Whitney serves up a surprise; Roy puts Whitney on the spot while on the air.
aired 8 days ago
Whitney's big festival performance leads to a cat fight with a rival dancer; Whitney's world gets rocked when Lennie shows up with a new woman; forced to get real with Roy, Whitney lays everything on the table hoping he returns her affections.
aired 11 days ago
Glenn has a conniption when he learns of Whitney's pregnancy, and Babs tells everyone at the worst possible moment; Whitney covers Charlotte's gay pride festival for the radio station, but nothing can prepare her for fat-shaming at its worst.
aired 11 days ago
Whitney settles into the reality of being pregnant at 370 pounds and must find the courage to break the news to the father; Lennie asks for proof that the pregnancy is legitimate.
aired 12 days ago
Whitney, now single, blonde and a homeowner, takes a fresh approach to the challenges in her life, but an unfortunate fight and shocking news leads to catastrophe.
aired 12 days ago
Despite her trainer leaving, Whitney must get her life together in time for the ballroom competition in Charlotte, N.C.; a surprise in Whitney's love catches everyone off guard.
aired 13 days ago
Whitney gets a chance to make a dance DVD, but her backup dancers fail, putting her reputation at risk; Whitney's lack of commitment frustrates Will; Glenn threatens to get rid of Allister.
aired 13 days ago
Between her parents' birthday party and Will's criticism of her diet, Whitney is feeling stressed; a comedian targets fat people while Whitney is working at the radio station.
aired 14 days ago
Whitney hangs out with transgender friend Mattie, only to find she's been withholding something; Whitney gives trainer Will excuses for her gym absences; Whitney stalks Lennie after he cuts off communication.
aired 14 days ago
When Whitney throws out her back, she has to ride a mobility scooter at the St. Patrick's Day parade and experiences fat-shaming like never before.
aired 15 days ago
Whitney wants Lennie to move in with her, but a couples' game night foreshadows a reality that she hadn't considered; Whitney does poorly in an interview for a radio job.
aired 18 days ago
Whitney takes a break from dancing after receiving grim news from a cardiologist, but soon learns that one of her fellow big girls is trying to hijack her class.
aired 18 days ago
Whitney's rushed to the hospital from the dance-a-thon, but even her doctor can't scare her into making a big change; a trip to the snow turns disastrous.

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