Bad hair days are enough to ruin anyone’s day, but imagine having a bad hair day – or too much hair or not enough hair – every day. For some, hair problems lead them to see a doctor.
TLC’s new show “Bad Hair Day” features three doctors who treat patients with serious hair problems. Unwanted hair growth, psoriasis, and alopecia are just a few of the hair-related conditions featured on the show. “Bad Hair Days” premieres tonight, Wednesday, August 24 at 10 p.m. Episodes will be available to stream on Philo and DirecTV Stream. And good news, both of these streaming services are currently offering a free trial.
Where to find TLC
You can find which TLC channel is enabled using the channel finder tools here: Verizon Fios, AT&T U-verse, Comcast Xfinity, Spectrum/Charter, Optimum/Altice, DIRECTV, and Dish.
For Those Without Cable, Watch With These Streaming Services
You can watch it on Philo, an entertainment streaming service that offers over 60 channels and a free trial. You can also watch the show on DirecTV Stream which provides access to your favorite TV shows, live sporting events and more. There is a free trial when you sign up.
About the show
According to TLC’s official synopsis, “Patients with extreme hair-related medical issues seek out Dr. Angie Phipps, Dr. Meena Singh, and Dr. Isha Lopez for life-changing procedures and treatments. From hair restoration to hair removal and all the extremes in between, these doctors do it all!”
Philo’s live TV subscription costs $25 per month and includes MTV and over 50 other classic, lifestyle and news TV channels. Subscribers can stream up to three devices simultaneously, create up to 10 profiles, and record an unlimited number of live or upcoming shows for up to one year.
Get $30 off your first two months when you sign up for a new DirecTV Stream subscription, which starts at $70 per month. The streamer offers MTV and over 65 sports, entertainment and news channels as part of its Entertainment package ($70 per month). Other plans offer over 90 to 140 channels, with prices ranging from $84 to $140 per month; you can also add HBO Max, Starz, Showtime, and other channels to add to your options for movies and TV.