'Dr. Pimple Popper' Returns to TLC: How To Watch, What To Expect

Paging all popaholics! Thursday night is the night your favorite dermatologist returns to TLC.

Coming back for her second season, Dr. Sandra Lee — more famously known as Dr. Pimple Popper — will have more bumps, cysts and blackheads read for extraction.

Season 2 will premiere on TLC at 9 p.m. ET with three cases of skin abnormalities. If you cannot wait for the official premiere, the episode is already live online.

Dr. Pimple Popper first premiered in January 2018; however, that wasn't exactly Dr. Lee's claim to fame. Though some may not understand the satisfaction puss-filled cysts give to viewers, it was proven to be quite popular after multiple videos on YouTube and Instagram went viral.

"I thought people might want to see a little window into my world as a dermatologist because it's such a visual field. I thought it might go along with other food pics or travel pics. I was a little bit crazy to think that," she told Newsweek earlier this year.

A case that stood out in season one of Dr. Pimple Popper, was that of Delano. He had a large lump on his back filled with fluid, 33 syringes-full to be exact.

Unfortunately, Delano's symptoms returned nearly 2 months later. Dr. Lee later found out it due to a blockage in his lymphatic system.

After Newsweek asked for an update on Delano, Dr. Lee teased to future episodes. While that could mean a Delano-update in season 2, we'll just have to watch and find out.

With over 3 million followers on Instagram, it was obvious there was a market for pimple-popping. Aside from her show and successful social media presence, Dr. Lee is also a published author and released her own skincare line SLMD.