‘1000-LB Sisters’ Coming Back With A Third Season?
1000-LB Sisters fans really hope for another season of the show from TLC. In the dying episodes of Season 2, fans saw that Amy Halterman birthed her baby. And they saw little Gage arrived. Tammy’s story never went as well as her sister’s, and fans still worry about her health issues. So, there’s plenty of scope for a third season. But is Season 3 on the cards?
1000-LB Sisters Season 2 leaves storylines for a third installment
The TLC show brought plenty of drama for fans of the show. In Season 2, Tammy put on so much weight that Dr. Porcter gave up on her and sent her for therapy. Plus, her boyfriend Jerry Sykes took a load of heat from Chris Slaton. Amy worried that Jerry might enable her sister’s hectic eating habits even more. And fans saw Chris demanding that he stopped enabling her.
In Episode 7, Chris busted Tammy for lying. And she told him that Jerry sneaked her milkshake into the house. The 1000-LB Sisters brother wasn’t happy at all. Fans saw Doctor Proctor get really angry with Tammy about her weight issues. She blamed the coronavirus for it. But as fans noticed, it’s not like she ever went very far before the pandemic. And she kept on blaming Amy for her setbacks. But the good news came when Amy Halterman finally welcomed her baby, Gage. So certainly, on Tammy’s side, it looks like there’s room for more storylines for a third installment.
Season 3 coming from TLC?
Right up until the last episode, fans asked Tammy and Amy if another 1000-LB Sisters season comes along. Well, they don’t usually make the announcement, And Tammy actually got it wrong. Last year, she told fans that there wouldn’t even be a second season. Now, news comes along that show will be renewed. And the announcement came via the TLC network. So, fans can now stop asking the two sisters. Deadline reported that happy news about the renewal of the show.
The outlet noted that 1000-LB Sisters did very well with ratings in Season 2. It came in at “No. 1 in its time period among women 25-54, 18-49 and 18-34.” Additionally, “the show also performed well on social media, averaging 15 million interactions each week, according to TLC.” With these figures, it’s easy to understand why the network quickly announced a third season. Alon Orstein, SVP Production and Development at TLC noted that fans seemed absolutely “captivated” by the two sisters.
Hopefully, in Season 3 of 1000-LB Sisters, fans see Tammy Slaton lose weight and qualify for her own gastric surgery. Nobody knows when they might air the show, but at least happy fans know they have more to look forward to in the future. Are you happy and excited that the show’s renewed for a third season? Sound off in the comments below.