The second season of the reality series “Too Large” has been renewed by TLC. Production on the second iteration is presently underway in Georgia. The show centres on a group of morbidly obese people who, with the assistance of renowned bariatric surgeon Dr. Charles Procter, make every effort to reduce weight and improve their lives. The show examines the difficulties these people encounter when trying to alter their way of life and daily schedules.
The upcoming episode of the show is set to feature Atlanta-based Dr. Procter continuing to assist obese individuals in losing weight. The bariatric surgeon’s media career began with the TLC series “Family by the Tonne,” which centres on the Anderson family, a six-person family with a combined weight of over three thousand pounds. He addressed the Slaton sisters’ issue in “1000-lb Sisters,” where their average weight at the beginning of the episode was more than 1,000 pounds. The most recent book by Procter, “1000-lb Best Friends,” follows the weight loss and self-discovery journeys of best friends Vannessa, Meghan, Tina, and Ashely.
The second season of the show’s cast has not yet been revealed by TLC. The lives of seven people are mostly followed in the first chapter. Vanessa Cross and Meghan Crumpler, who are best friends, started their weight loss journeys together, but only the latter was given the go-ahead to have weight loss surgery. From her starting weight of 496 pounds, Meghan lost 40 pounds on her own, and the operation added another 160 pounds. Corey Phelps, who began his weight loss adventure at 664 pounds, lost an additional 82 pounds on his own before receiving the go-ahead for surgery.
With the procedure, George Covington was able to lose a substantial amount of weight, making it easier for him to continue working as a kindergarten teacher. Amanda Johnson began her “Too Large” journey weighing approximately 715 pounds; however, with the help of her committed weight reduction programme and surgery, she was able to shed 500 pounds. Jasmin Ragland did the same in order to live a better life with her family and shed over 100 pounds. Sadly, Jennifer Lefevre lost her battle with congestive heart failure and lymphatic cancer. The first season’s fourth episode tells the moving story of her trip. Jessica Thompson wanted to lose weight, but she chose against having surgery because she was worried about the potential risks.
Atlanta, in particular, is one of the main production centres for reality TV in the nation. Apart from “Too Large,” the state is presently serving as a production site for the most recent episodes of FOX’s “Dish Nation,” Netflix’s “Barbecue Showdown,” etc.