My Feet Are Killing Me is returning for Season 3 and is set to put a number of people back on their feet. Podiatric specialists, Dr. Bradley Schaeffer and Dr. Ebonie Vincent are heading back to the TLC network to transform the problem feet of their patients and often improve their lives. Here is what we know so far about the upcoming third season.
My Feet Are Killing Me returns for Season 3
The TLC reality show, My Feet Are Killing Me first debuted on TLC in 2020 and knocked viewers off their feet. In the show, Dr. Bradley Schaeffer and Dr. Ebonie Vincent tackle some of the worst problem feet to ever appear on TV.
When it first aired, similar to TLC’s Dr. Pimple Popper, fans enjoyed watching patients enduring incredible real-life medical treatments. Fans will remember that in Season 1 and 2, Dr. Schaeffer and Dr. Vincent were faced with problems such as “alligator feet.” Officially known as hemihypertrophy, the condition is caused by excessive growth of the patient’s feet. Moreover, one episode was titled by another description for the problem, Moldy Cheese Feet.
When does the show return for Season 3?
The new season of My Feet Are Killing Me is set to premiere soon and both the show’s foot doctors are reportedly excited. Back in June, Dr. Schaeffer posted on Instagram to share some promotion, green-screen footage from the show. He told fans to “stay tuned for date and time.”
Meanwhile, Dr. Vincent confirmed the actual premiere date of Season 3. In her Instagram post, she wrote, “We’re Back! Wed Aug 4th.” In her caption, she told fans not to miss amazing transformations on patients with extreme cases. These reportedly include “everything from literal horns to bark-like growths on their feet.”
Besides giving the premiere date of Wednesday, August 4, Ebonie advised that the show will air at “10/9c.” As we are already more than halfway through July, there isn’t long to wait to see some gory feet problems up close and personal.
My Feet Are Killing Me cast
The cast of the show includes Dr. Bradley Schaeffer and Dr. Ebonie Vincent, both of which live on opposite sides of the country. Both doctors are foot and ankle surgeons of note. Dr. Schaeffer has recently opened Sole Podiatry NYC, a boutique wellness center for feet. Meanwhile, Dr. Vincent is a podiatrist and advocate for mental and physical health.
The two worthy doctors are occasionally joined on My Feet Are Killing Me by Dr. Sarah Haller, who is also a podiatrist and foot surgeon. According to Cinemaholic, Dr. Haller is a former ballerina with some first-hand experience of how a podiatrist can relieve painful feet.
Readers, are you looking forward to seeing these worthy and good-looking doctors fixing up some gruesome foot problems? As a reminder, Season 3 of My Feet Are Killing Me drops on TLC, Wednesday, August 4 at 10/9c.