It has been a long road for Tammy and Amy Slaton since their TLC show “1,000-lb Sisters” premiered in 2020. In Season 1, only Amy was eligible for bariatric surgery, but Tammy failed to meet her weight-loss target and ended up gaining weight.
After getting COVID-19 in Season 1, Tammy’s relationship with Jerry stalled as she struggled to acquire more weight and deal with the repercussions of the illness. Amy, on the other hand, struggled to maintain her weight loss and her marriage after falling pregnant following her weight-loss surgery. She gave birth to her son Gage in the second-to-last episode of Season 2. (via IMDb). Did you hear me correctly? There were a lot of dramatic events on TV over the last couple of seasons.
When the reality series returns for a third season, fans can expect plenty more surprises for the two sisters. All the information we’ve gathered so far on Season 3 of “1000-lb Sisters.
Season 3 of 1000-lb Sisters is scheduled to premiere at what time next year?
When Will 1000-lb Sisters Season 3 Be Released?
There was even a Change.org petition with over 5,000 signatures before we even had a start date for filming. There’s no doubt about it: there’s a market for it.
It was likely that the third season of the show would begin broadcasting in the winter of 2021 or the first quarter of 2022, which we assumed to suggest that the show was about to enter production if it hadn’t covertly done so already. Season 2 aired from December 2020 to March 2021, therefore a winter release would roughly place Season 3 on schedule.
In this timeline, the COVID-19 pandemic was always a possibility. Tammy was still recovering from COVID-19 as of May 2021, though it appears she was unaffected by the condition. When a fan commented on social media that the new episodes would begin running on TLC in January 2022, she verified that the plan had been pushed forward. Now, we can announce that the third season of “1000-lb Sisters” will premiere on November 15th.
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The Season 3 trailer was released on October 7th, after a long wait.
This naturally implies that the focus of this season would likely continue to be on the sisters’ weight reduction adventures, as well as the journeys of their brother Chris, who joined the show in season two. However, given Amy’s status as a new mother, it’s likely that Gage, as well as Amy’s husband, Michael, will be recurring characters in Season 3. It shouldn’t be difficult for the show to create some compelling conflict between Amy’s new motherhood and her desire to keep her weight loss objectives on track.
While this is going on, Tammy’s life as a COVID survivor is expected to play a role in the season, much as it did in the season 2 finale (she remained on oxygen as of last summer, via pictures posted to her Instagram, though she has indicated that the amount of oxygen she needs has greatly decreased [via a YouTube]).
Tammy came out as pansexual on her Instagram and in a statement to TMZ in February, marking a significant change in her personal life that may or may not be reflected on the show in the upcoming season.
Who Will Return for 1000-lb Sisters Season 3?
Amy and Tammy, as well as Amy’s son, Gage, are likely to return to the show. Amy’s husband, Michael; the girls’ brother, Chris; and their weight loss specialist, Dr. Proctor, are all expected to return. It will be interesting to observe how the sisters get along when their trips take them to other locations. Because Tammy asked for a sabbatical at the end of Season 2, it’s unclear whether or not her boyfriend Jerry will appear in Season 3.
According to Deadline, the show finished first in its time slot among Women 25-54, 18-49, and 18-34, indicating that it has certainly struck a nerve and will likely be a huge earner for TLC. It’s likely that the cable network is as anxious to reintroduce the show to the airwaves as the fans are to watch it. Will the girls make new friends or foes as a result of their adventures? Will their weight-loss quest bring them new highs and lows? How are they doing in their relationships? And how will all of these elements play into the ladies’ last drive to achieve their health goals? Everything is still up in the air.
How Much Weight Tammy Has Reduced?
Tammy has shed 115 pounds since filming Season 3 of 1000-lb Sisters. She lost weight quickly while in a rehabilitation facility for 30 days after being put into a medically induced coma.
It happened when her lungs collapsed, leaving her unable to breathe and requiring an ambulance ride to the hospital. For her family, particularly her sister Amy Slaton, it was a heartbreaking time.
Tammy is expected to stay in treatment for eight months, which is far longer than her prior stay. She is currently estimated to weigh around 534 pounds, which has likely plummeted considerably more since her admission.
Tammy’s Fans Are Thrilled
Fans have been praising Tammy for her weight loss because she has been updating them on her progress. Her Instagram is flooded with supportive comments from fans of the 1000-lb Sisters.
“Sunshine, keep up the good work!” So many people can benefit from what you have to offer!
“Wow, you’re stunning! :)” Proud of you, my dear. “I’m very happy for you!”
It’s great to hear that you’re doing well and achieving your goals. “I’m very proud of you!”
An encouraging message from a follower on Instagram read: “Tammy you have lost so much weight, go on girl you got this.” The celebrity, despite some online criticism, is grateful for the support she receives from her fans.