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Terry Dubrow Is Finally Doing Something He's "Been Wanting to Do For Years and Years and Years"
The former Real Housewives husband joked that mostly people think of him as "the husband of Heather Dubrow."
As we all know by now, Terry Dubrow isn't exactly a novice when it comes to appearing on TV. In his latest, the plastic surgeon is exploring a topic he feels passionately about and is even showing another side of himself as the host of License to Kill, his series on Oxygen Media, the home for quality true crime programming.
And he recently shared with The Daily Dish that "it's a show I've been wanting to do for years and years and years."
For anyone who may not know this about him, serving as an expert in cases has long been a part of his life as a medical professional. And now, fans of him from Botched and The Real Housewives of Orange County are getting the chance to know that side of Dr. Dubrow.
"The reason I pitched this show is because I've been a certified expert for the California medical board for over 20 years," he said. "And people know me as the Botched doctor, as a plastic surgeon, and husband of Heather Dubrow and all of that stuff. But actually, a big part of my career is a medical expert in both for the state of California and in civil court."
The Dr. Dubrow-hosted series takes a closer look at cases involving medical professionals who put their patients in jeopardy as told from the perspective of victims, families, colleagues, and law enforcement. Each episode will expose what happens when doctors use their expertise to harm instead of heal over any number of causes: money, jealousy, power, or from mental breakdown. The series will take a look at how authorities were finally able to stop these medical professionals’ malpractice, putting an end to the madness before someone else got hurt or killed.
The RHOC alum then explained that when fans tune in to learn about these cases on his Oxygen series, he's already heard about many of them because, as he joked, "this first season, eight episodes, I weirdly have a connection to like seven of them... six degrees of Kevin Bacon — it's like there's a lot of six degrees of Terry Dubrow in this show."
New episodes of License to Kill airs Sundays at 7/6c on Oxygen.