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For three seasons, salon owner Tabatha Coffey has traveled across the country trying to turn around failing hair salons that needed her help to stay in business. Now, in the retitled "Tabatha Takes Over," Coffey expands her horizons and helps more types of failing businesses, not just salons, turn their fortunes around. At each business, she takes over as boss for a week as she confiscates the keys and brings her brutally honest approach to the business owners. Among the businesses Coffey visits are a doggy day care, a Los Angeles bed and breakfast and a yogurt shop.

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aired 45 days ago
Nadia's Family Salon lost its family atmosphere due to the owner's gambling addiction, anger issues and absence from work.
aired 45 days ago
The owner of a salon is afraid of returning to work, and tries to run her business from home.
aired 45 days ago
Reg Mangone, owner of House of Synergy Salon and Spa, has lost control over his business.
aired 45 days ago
Jennifer Norfleet and Tiffany Crawford are best friends and business partners in a failing salon.
aired 45 days ago
Tabatha has to work on the owners and staff of a nightclub to make it the hotspot it used to be.
aired 45 days ago
Owner Mike Garcia abandoned his NexGen barbershop business for nearly a year to work with youth ministry and his business suffered; Tabatha must step in and help Mike turn this once bustling business, into the upscale barber shop it was meant to be.
aired 71 days ago
An absentee owner's male-only business model is not attracting enough clients.
aired 72 days ago
An owner seems more interested in spending money than in saving her salon.
aired 92 days ago
Tabatha needs to help Tee & Tania stop arguing over management long enough to save their doggie daycare and grooming business.
aired 93 days ago
Tabatha tries to motivate the salon owner Bridgette to encourage her employees and take a stand with her daughter.
aired 93 days ago
CJ Barnes opened up a nail salon without any experience, and now her business is failing.
aired 93 days ago
A salon owner watches her staff members on surveillance cameras from home, creating an oppressive atmosphere that is killing morale and driving away customers.
aired 93 days ago
Tabatha teaches a young owner how to manage his salon and employees.
aired 95 days ago
Tabatha helps Tim Tschirhart with his holistic wellness center.
aired 95 days ago
Tabatha takes on two stubborn club owners of a failing gay dance club and tries to bring it into the new millennium.
aired 96 days ago
Stylists' unprofessional behavior alienates high-end clientele.
aired 96 days ago
Tabatha gives salon owner, Brian a wake-up call and inspires the staff to step in and help instead of walking out.
aired 100 days ago
A woman's loss of passion for her salon has seeped into staff and clients.
aired 102 days ago
Tabatha helps Mary, the owner of the Summers Sports Bar, get the place back on track after the death of her husband left the business in bad shape.
aired 107 days ago
A stylist runs his salon into the ground in 18 months.
aired 107 days ago
Newlywed salon owners struggle with their business and their marriage.

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