'Save My Skin' Season 2: Air time, how to live stream, plot, cast, teaser and all about TLC's transformational reality show
Dr Emma is a Consultant Dermatologist, Dermatological and Laser Surgeon
If peeling skin, extreme rashes, ear lobe keloids don't make you want to throw up then TLC's 'Save My Skin' should be on your 'must-watch list. During each episode, Dr Emma Craythorne will treat patients with rare and unusual skin conditions.
Sure, it's transformational but might get a bit much for the gut to handle because viewers do get a peek into the surgery room as well, which only means gashes, pus, flesh and a lot of blood. Are you prepared for it?
'Save My Skin' Season 2 will premiere on April 7, Wednesday on TLC at 10/9c. For more information, check your local listings.
How to live stream
'Save My Skin' Season 1 episodes can be streamed here.
The purpose of the show is to give individuals an opportunity to live a life that doesn't being "shamed" for how they look. This season, there are more than a few who are concerned about either the growth on their skin or a mark on the face. Dr Emma, who lives to treat people, has a lot of work cut out for her this time. It will not be easy to remove keloid marks from the buttocks or heal a rash that looks like the patient has been in a fire. But nothing is impossible.
Dr Emma has been doing this for long enough and knows her craft like the back of her hand. "Dr Emma Craythorne MBChB FRCP is a Consultant Dermatologist, Dermatological and Laser Surgeon and Mohs Micrographic Surgeon at the St Johns Institute of Dermatology at Guys and St Thomas Hospital NHS Trust. Dr Craythorne is lead of the Specialist Skin Cancer Multi-Disciplinary Team," her website reads.
The show falls in the same genre as ‘Dr Pimple Popper’. If we were to go by that show's popularity then viewers have had great expectations from the series. And with its first installment having concluded, here's a trailer from ‘Save My Skin’ Season 2.
Dr. Emma is back with all-new cases and more squeezing! If you're a fan of #DrPimplePopper and #MyFeetAreKillingMe, make sure to watch a brand-new season of #SaveMySkin starting Wednesday, April 7 at 10/9c! pic.twitter.com/ZdKNubtf3G— TLC Network (@TLC) April 1, 2021
Although not much is known about the executive producers and the people who worked on the sophomore season. We do have a quote from TLC President Howard Lee, who was particularly excited about bringing another show that's all about "unmatched transformation."
"Dr Emma brings incredible humility, heart, and humor to each of her cases and most importantly, gives patients their confidence back. I’m so excited for her to join our growing roster of amazing doctors on TLC," he had said.
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