1000-Lb Sisters spoilers and updates indicate that fans are concerned that the TLC network is sabotaging Tammy Slaton’s weight loss journey so that the show can continue. The show features the journey of Tammy and her sister, Amy, to lose weight. Fans have been supportive of the two and are extremely happy to see Amy make progress. However, by the end of season 2, Tammy has not lost any weight and has gained even more. Because of this, viewers are starting to wonder if the TLC network is doing anything to stop Tammy from shedding those unwanted pounds and starting to get healthy.
The show follows the story of Amy and Tammy. Viewers can watch their weigh-ins, doctor visits and more. If the show decides to let both ladies get their surgeries and help them reach their weight goal, then their weight loss journey will be a success.
The user went on to say that the show controls everything that happens, including whether or not Amy and Tammy Slaton lose weight. The user also asked a question about why they should support TLC if the network is exploiting Tammy, contributing to her weight gain and mental health issues.
Other fans defended TLC and said the network can’t do this. TLC has had a lot of shows with the weight loss journey of many obese people. They do not believe that the network is keeping Tammy Slaton under contractual obligation to stay at a certain weight. They added that she is not even being paid to gain weight because they can be sued for it. They went on to say that Tammy’s weight gain is all her own doing.
1000-lb Sisters: Tammy Slaton’s Weight Gain
Tammy Slaton has gained considerable weight since the start of the show. During her most recent weigh-in she came in at an additional 20 pounds. Tammy admitted that she wasn’t doing what she was supposed to be doing. She said there were days when she tried to eat healthy. But there were also instances when she simply didn’t care. The doctor didn’t get upset. On the contrary, he appreciated the fact that she acknowledged that she had a problem. He believes her admission is the first step in making real changes.