Channel 4 has announced a new factual entertainment series hosted by Love Island presenter Caroline Flack.
The Surjury (w/t) follows a jury of 12 members from the public as they decide if people should go under the knife for the cosmetic surgery of their dreams.
The series will allow candidates to receive measured advice about the cosmetic procedures they desire and give them the freedom to explore their choices with more information.
Introduced by Flack, the candidates will need to gain a majority of the jury vote to secure the procedure they’ve requested.
If the surgery goes ahead, candidates are then invited back to demonstrate the results of their operation.
Caroline Flack commented: “I’m over the moon to be hosting this exciting brand new show and my first for Channel 4.”
The series will be produced by Gobstopper Television for Channel 4 and was commissioned by Becky Cadman, factual entertainment commissioning editor at Channel 4.
“To many, cosmetic surgery can seem like a ‘quick fix’ to a problem,” said Cadman.
“But with Caroline and the Jury’s help, this new series looks at who wants it, and why – allowing those who make a strong enough case to their peers, to undergo the procedure of their choice.”
“The show will neither glamorise nor condemn their choices: the aim is instead to interrogate the realities.”