Elites Love To Mock And Profit From ‘1,000 Pound Sisters’ With Zero Self-Awareness

Elites Love To Mock And Profit From ‘1,000 Pound Sisters’ With Zero Self-Awareness


The TLC Series “1,000 Pound Sisters” has become a sneaky success, ballooning to a number 1 cable show among women between the ages 25-54 in March, a key demographic, while the second season averaged 1.5 million views.

The two-season reality TV series, which has been approved for a third due later this year, follows sisters Amy and Tammy Slaton, who run a popular YouTube channel from their home in western Kentucky.

Averaging around 1,000 pounds between them at the show’s launch — before Amy began to lose the weight — the two jolly and morbidly obese women in flyover country are easy to mock and ripe for reality television, as they allow crews chronicle their glutenous lives for a nationwide audience.

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They eat copious amounts of sodium, sweets, and fatty junk food, go on a diet plan, go off the diet plan, go back on the diet plan, go back off the diet plan, and joke

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