Where to watch Botched By Nature online free

Here's where you can watch doctors Dubrow and Nassif do what they do best.

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If you’re a fan of Botched, you’re bound to be hooked by the spin-off series Botched By Nature. It follows best pals and skilled doctors Terry Dubrow and Paul Nassif as they travel around the US, transforming people’s lives.

The renowned plastic surgeons make house calls to people suffering from deformities and conditions, inviting the most serious cases back to LA with them for treatment.

As with the original series, Botched, these charming professionals transform people’s lives one operation at a time.

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With streaming site hayu, you pay £4.99 a month to get access to hundreds of different reality TV shows like Keeping Up with the Kardashians and The Simple Life.

You can watch all eight episodes of Botched By Nature here too. Plus you can start streaming for free with hayu’s free trial.

NOW

Watch everything on hayu with NOW. With a monthly hayu pass, you can get total access to hayu’s collection of reality TV shows for £4.99 a month.

And, if you just want a taste of Botched By Nature, you can try a week-long subscription for free with NOW’s 7-day free trial.

Google Play and YouTube

You can watch Terry and Paul change people’s lives with Google Play or YouTube, however, these services are not great value for money.

Buying the whole series through Google Play or YouTube will cost you roughly £8, while individual episodes will set you back about £2 each.

Is it available on Netflix?

Unfortunately, no. However, hayu and NOW both offer pretty decent value for money when it comes to streaming your favourite reality TV shows.

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