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Perhaps you, like me, have been following along with television industry news and saying to yourself, “Huh, it sure seems like there are a lot of reality shows about naked people these days.” Well, if you have, there’s a good reason: there ARE a lot of reality shows about naked people these days. But I imagine the glut of nudity-themed reality shows can make things confusing for you.
A new reality series from TNT and Lionsgate will crowdsource the diagnosis and treatment of real medical cases on live television. As it deals with life-threatening illnesses and unusual maladies, the show will enlist a “top bio-ethicist to ensure the medical team is able to provide the best patient-forward support,” according to the network.
Live,” a two-hour weekly series will see patients battling various ailments consulting a recurring panel of doctors, who will discuss potential diagnoses before asking the live audience for additional feedback, solutions and support.
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