Botched Season 7 Release Date, Cast And How To Watch - Here's What We Know

"Botched" plastic surgeons Dr. Terry Dubrow and Dr. Paul Nassif are miracle workers. The specialists make a living by taking on cases that other medical practitioners think twice about. The premise of the reality show is simple. The doctors fix the "Botched" care that patients have received from other plastic surgeons, often with much better results than initially expected.

However, Season 7 promises to take us into unchartered territory. In an interview with Bustle, Dr. Nassif shared that they were taking a more personal approach this time around. "It's not just breasts. It's Holly, who postponed her wedding for five years because of her nose. It's rock 'n' roller David, who stopped entertaining because his eyes got destroyed following a cosmetic surgery. It's really, really intense and sad. You just feel horrible about what's happening to them," he revealed. Viewers will learn about the story behind the story.

Plus, "Botched" is also going to focus on patients who need plastic surgery due to trauma, congenital defects, or even accidents. This time around, things are getting real in the operating room as people rely on the doctors to help them. Luckily for them, they have two of the best surgeons in their corner. Here's what we know about Season 7 of "Botched."

When is 'Botched' Season 7's release date?

"Botched" has kept  fans entertained since 2017. Now in Season 7, the medical reality show returned to screens on May 18. The hit E! series airs every Tuesday at 9:00 p.m. ET/PT. Dr. Paul Nassif and Dr. Terry Dubrow are experts with the scalpel, but often kill audiences with their salty banter. However, after seven seasons, their bromance is still going strong.

According to E! News, the docs tackle issues like a woman who grew breasts in her armpits that lactate when she breastfeeds her infant. Bustle reports that Dr. Dubrow also dished about the "shark bite" patient who needed his expertise. "This strapping, young guy came in and had half of his abdomen missing. I thought, my gosh, he reminds me of myself at that age because he's very into sports, hanging out, and having friends just like any other dude, and he can't do any of it. We've got to find a way to make him a new abdomen." Only, the injury wasn't from a shark. The patient needed surgery because he was in a horrific motor vehicle accident. Yikes!

Who will star in 'Botched' Season 7?

The stars of "Botched" have always been Dr. Terry Dubrow and Dr. Paul Nassif. The two are world-renowned plastic surgeons with years of experience. According to his website, Dr. Dubrow is a leading expert in plastic and reconstructive surgery. He has published over 30 papers in surgical journals and has endeared himself to patients worldwide. For those who watch "The Real Housewives of Orange County," Terry is married to Heather Dubrow. The doctor's wife announced that she will be returning to her show after her exit in 2017, per E! News. The actor and her husband have four children, and she often shared photos of her brood on her social media pages. 

According to Dr. Nassif's Instagram page, he's the "better looking one" on "Botched." The doctor is especially revered as a facial plastic surgeon, per his website. On the homefront, he and his wife Brittany Pattakos had a baby girl in October 2020. While he also has three teenage sons from a previous marriage, Paulina is his first daughter. He regularly shares pics and videos of her, and explained, "At this point, I know I'm that classic annoying Dad that can't stop showing everyone his baby but do you really blame me?" Aside from the patients, it's safe to say these familiar faces may show up!

How to tune in to 'Botched' Season 7

Desperate to watch the new season of "Botched" yet? Of course, the most important question is how you can watch Season 7 of this popular reality show?

You can catch the latest episodes on E!, or you can also stream it if you want to catch up on previous seasons. According to Just Watch, Hayu offers Season 1 to Season 7. That's right, you could have all the medical drama at the press of a button! If you're wondering where to start, perhaps the current season is the way to go. Dr. Dubrow recently told Bustle that there seems to be an uptake in new kinds of fillers and skin-tightening devices because of COVID-19 and the rise of Zoom. But he also said take caution.

"These relatively untested procedures — that normally first get exposed to a small number of people before [being tweaked] — are being done on giant swaths of patients. I hate to use the words 'experimented on,' but it is a practice of medicine, a practice of plastic surgery. Until we figure out what works and what doesn't work, you're being practiced on, so be very, very careful about new techniques," he warned. So, if you're considering getting a nip or a tuck here or there, take heed because you don't want to appear in a future season!