Channel 4 Features department has ordered Remarkable Television, part of Endemol Shine Group to produce a third series of Bodyshockers: Nips, Tucks and Tattoos.
Katie Piper returns to meet the people who desperately regret their often extreme body modifications and introduce them to others who are about to undergo similar radical procedures.
From ridiculously big breasts, massive pumped up lips to regrettable tattoos; there are thousands of people who bitterly regret their bad beauty decisions.
In the third instalment of the series, Katie will stage a dramatic intervention between those who want to permanently alter their faces or bodies and those who can’t wait to reverse them.
For those about to go ahead with their procedure, they will observe firsthand what it’s like to undertake painful lasering, slicing and stitching to undo what their counterparts have done.
Will those contemplating multiple piercings, a massive tattoo, or a surgical enhancement go ahead with their procedure? What will the results be for those who have their shocking body modifications reversed?
Whilst there are legions of regretters, there are always those who want to try out the hottest new procedures available on the market today. Katie will take her investigation even further by uncovering the latest bizarre beauty trends as well as meet those addicted to extreme body modifications.
Colette Foster, Managing Director for Remarkable Television, said, “With more and more procedures available to anyone wanting to change the way they look, modifying our faces and bodies has never been easier to do but far more difficult and terrifyingly painful to undo. We’re delighted that Channel 4 has ordered another series which promises to be bigger, bolder and weirder that before.”
Gill Wilson, Head of Features at Channel 4 added “After a second successful series full of truly bodyshocking nips, tucks and tattoos from hell, I am intrigued to see the stories and people that Katie will be meeting in series three’ “
Bodyshockers is currently attracting an audience of 1.9 million viewers per episode on Channel 4 and a 7% share of audience – this is up almost 50% compared with the channel’s slot average.
The show draws the highest share of 16-34s year old viewers to its time slot.
The 6×60 series was commissioned by Channel 4’s Head of Features Gill Wilson and will air on Channel 4 later this year. The series will be executive produced by Oliver Wright at Remarkable Television, part of Endemol Shine Group.