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  • As the Emmy® - winning drama continues for its sixth season, successful plastic surgeons Christian Troy and Sean McNamara are beginning to feel the strain of the crumbling economy now that they have finally settled their practice in Beverly Hills from Miami and gotten used to the way business is done in sunny California. This acclaimed and edgy medical drama explores the dark side of plastic surgery and the painful - sometimes violent - lengths people will go to in their quest for external beauty.

  • Sean and Christian, two plastic surgeons, close friends and business partners who own an overwhelmingly successful plastic surgery practice, attempt to bring inner peace and visceral contentment to their patients through external cosmetic procedures. 

    Although their clients aspire to cover up their pain, it is the surgeons who truly wear the masks of anguish and unhappiness, sadness and disillusionment. At midlife, the doctors question the prosperity that has brought them so much -- and has offered so little. Having relocated their business to Los Angeles, Sean and Christian struggle for success in a city where they are professionally unknown, and where residents yearn for fame.

  • This cultural phenomenon reveals the lives of Dr. Sean McNamara and Dr. Christian Troy, two plastic surgeons, best friends and business partners who run McNamara/Troy, a South Beach plastic surgery practice. The men share a love for the same woman, Julia McNamara, and they seek personal happiness and professional success in different ways. 

    The themes of youth, beauty and perfection found in "Nip/Tuck" are universal, considering how society views aging as a shameful curse, physical imperfections a grave embarrassment and Botox a vital necessity. The series has fueled the debate about cosmetic surgery, what it can and cannot bring to a patient's life, and our continued quest for true contentment.

  • Set in Miami, "Nip/Tuck" exposes the psychological truths behind love and friendship, loyalty and fidelity, revealing the lives of two plastic surgeons, best friends and business partners who run a prominent South Beach practice. At the start of the third season, the physical and emotional fate of Christian, the latest victim of the Miami serial attacker known as The Carver, is unknown. Sean and Julia's marriage continues to crumble as the two remain separated. And their son Matt, devastated by his breakup with a 40-year-old life coach, explores his sexuality.

  • Set in sexy South Beach, Miami, "Nip/Tuck" cuts beneath the surface of the superficial world of plastic surgery, revealing the complexities and fragile nature of patients trying to mask their psychological flaws through cosmetic enhancement. Self-confident plastic surgeon Dr. Christian Troy (series star Julian McMahon) enjoys all the perks of the successful and growing practice that he has shared with his best friend, Dr. Sean McNamara (series star Dylan Walsh), since they graduated from medical school. Dr. Liz Cruz (series star Roma Maffia) serves as the anaesthesiologist. 

    Although Christian sometimes still uses wealth and women to satisfy his evolving needs, years of selling a phony image have taken a more significant toll on Sean, threatening to ruin his relationship with his wife, Julia (series star Joely Richardson), and children, 17-year-old Matt (series star John Hensley) and 8-year-old Annie (recurring guest star Kelsey Lynn Batelaan). Golden Globe Award for Best Television Series - Drama Series. Golden Globe Nominations for: Best Actor in a Television Series - Drama (Julian McMahon) Best Actress in a Television Series - Drama (Joely Richardson).

  • Hotshot plastic surgeon Christian Troy enjoys all the perks of the successful and growing Miami practice that he shares with his best friend, Sean McNamara. But while the money and women continue satisfying Christian's needs, years of selling a phony image have taken their toll on Sean and distanced him from his wife and children. This edgy medical drama from Ryan Murphy (Popular) explores the dark side of plastic surgery and the painful - and sometimes violent - lengths people will go in their quest for external beauty. Premiere episode runs 90 minutes.