What Is "The Doctors" TV Show About?

What Is "The Doctors" TV Show About?

On the television show "The Doctors," the hosts and co-hosts, who are all licensed practitioners, exchange light banter and dispense medical advice in order for viewers to live healthier lives. The hour-long syndicated medical show is taped before a live studio audience, and it airs daily and at various times, depending on market, throughout the country. It won an Emmy Award for Outstanding Talk Show/Informative in 2010.

On the show, which premiered in 2008, general health and wellness questions Americans have and may be too embarrassed to ask are addressed in an engaging and entertaining fashion. Up-to-the-minute medical information is also dispensed.

The hosts and recurring co-hosts are all doctors, and they are as follows:

  • Travis Stork, emergency room physician
  • Andrew Gordon, plastic surgeon and reconstructive surgery expert
  • James Sears, pediatrician
  • Jennifer Ashton, co-host, OB-GYN
  • Jennifer Berman, co-host, urologist
  • Rachael Ross, co-host, family doctor and sexologist

The show covers a range of topics, such as allergies, including dust, mildew, mold and food allergies, beauty, cosmetic surgery, disease, fitness and weight loss, parenting, recipes and sexual health.

Many celebrities have appeared on the show to discuss health-related matters. A few of them include Harrison Ford, Jane Fonda, Joan Rivers and Barbra Streisand.