'Bad Hair Day': Release date, cast, plot and how to watch TLC medical transformation show
If you're in a mood to watch a good medical transformation show, then TLC's 'Bad Hair Day' should be on your watchlist
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: A bad hair day can ruin even the most perfect day. While we have all battled those occasional bad hair days, for some people it become a part of their life thanks to severe hair conditions and genetics.
But there's still hope, thanks to the expertise of dermatologists Dr Isha Lopez and Dr Meena Singh, as well as expert hair restoration surgeon Dr Angie Phipps. These three female doctors specializing in hair-related medical disorders are on a mission to help patients that have been suffering for years. So, if you're in the mood to watch a good medical transformation show like 'Dr Pimple Popper', 'My Feet are Killing Me', 'Skin Decision: Before and After', and 'Body Parts', then this newest offering from TLC should definitely be on your watchlist. Keep reading to know more about the show.
When does 'Bad Hair Day' release?
The six-episode TLC series is all set to premiere on Wednesday, August 24th at 10PM ET/PT.
How can I watch 'Bad Hair Day'?
You can catch up on the new episodes of 'Bad Hair Day' on TLC following its premiere. For viewers who wish to tune in to the show without access to a cable subscription - Philo, fuboTV, Sling TV, Hulu with Live TV, AT&T TV, and YouTube TV seem to be the best options available. Apart from this, Discovery Plus subscribers can catch the episodes anytime anywhere on the app. Episodes are also available to view on TLC's website, Amazon Fire TV, Roku, and Apple TV. Viewers can also download the TLC Go app to tune in to the episodes.
Who's starring in 'Bad Hair Day'?
Dermatologists Dr Isha Lopez and Dr Meena Singh, alongside expert hair restoration surgeon Dr Angie Phipps will be featured on 'Bad Hair Day'.
What is 'Bad Hair Day' all about?
According to TLC's press release, "Dr Angie Phipps works her hair magic in Raleigh, NC with a down-home bedside manner that puts her patients at ease. People travel across the country to have her perform transformative procedures to restore hair due to third-degree burns, male-pattern baldness and the unusual hair-pulling disorder, trichotillomania. Renowned Houston dermatologist Dr Isha Lopez sees patients in need of follicular fixes including a woman who is self-conscious about her psoriasis, a man who uses his hair to hide a large growth on his head, and a couple who believes that one of them suffers from "smelly hair syndrome." In Kansas City, Harvard Medical school grad Dr Meena Singh enthusiastically dedicates her life to her patients. Dr Singh faces all manner of troubled tresses on a daily basis and breaks out her laser or surgical tools to address conditions such as excessive hair growth, traction alopecia and embarrassing hair loss. With a host of hair tricks up their sleeves, this sisterhood of physicians has the expertise to help those in their care leave their bad hair days behind for good."
What is the buzz around 'Bad Hair Day'?
While promoting 'Bad Hair Day' Howard Lee, the resident of TLC Streaming and Network Originals, said, "Dr Lopez, Dr. Phipps and Dr Singh are first-in-class medical professionals and their ability to turn patients' lives around is truly inspiring." "Home to a wide variety of emotional, heartwarming stories of personal transformation, these doctors are an outstanding addition to our programming line-up on TLC," he added.