The Jillian Michaels empire continues to expand. Do you think Bob Harper is getting jealous? He's started yelling more on 'The Biggest Loser,' so that might help.
The little trainer with the big mouth from NBC's most popular reality franchise, 'The Biggest Loser,' set off on her own with this "sister series." Instead of bringing overweight people to the Biggest Loser Ranch, Michaels is bringing herself to them.
More specifically, she's moving in for a week, during which she will subject her "victims" to the Jillian Micheals brand of beatings and abuse, coupled with heart-to-heart talks and a real chance to get to the root of their issues.
I'll be honest with you, I was almost hesitant to write this article too quickly. Maybe it was the music, or the fact that this premiere episode ended with a wedding, but I walked away from this feeling almost too good about what Michaels and this show had accomplished. In the realm of "feel good" reality programming, this may be one of the most important. Now I know I should have waited.
But you know what, I'm not going to take that back. Obesity is an epidemic in our country, and while it's certainly not realistic to send all the overweight people to a ranch and gym where they can be sequestered from their problems at home and spend four to six months with two of the world's greatest trainers, what is realistic is seeing how you can affect real changes in your lives within your own homes.
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