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'Nip/Tuck' Returning Jan. 6

by Rebecca Paiement, posted Dec 1st 2009 6:06PM
Get ready for the last of ''Nip/Tuck.' FX Networks has announced that their cult-fave plastic surgery drama will return on Jan. 6 with the show's final nine episodes.

The seventh season of 'Nip/Tuck' will continue its unabashed presentation of all things sexy and surgical as it follows the lives of cosmetic docs Sean McNamara (Dylan Walsh) and Christian Troy (Julian McMahon) both inside and outside the office.Get ready for the last of ''Nip/Tuck.' FX Networks has announced that their cult-fave plastic surgery drama will return on Jan. 6 with the show's final nine episodes.

The seventh season of 'Nip/Tuck' will continue its unabashed presentation of all things sexy and surgical as it follows the lives of cosmetic docs Sean McNamara (Dylan Walsh) and Christian Troy (Julian McMahon) both inside and outside the office.

As their practice grows, the partners struggle to overcome their personal and professional differences. Sean is the weaker of the two, a married man with children whose dysfunctional home life originally throws him more and more into his work. He's offset by Christian's arrogance and charm that wins him money, women and material goods.

Originally set in Miami, the show moved to plastic surgery heaven Los Angeles for its fifth season. In its first season, the drama was the highest-rated new series on basic cable with a total of 3.5 million viewers. For the sixth season premiere it drew in a respectable 2.9 million, though that was down from the previous season debut.

Walsh landed the role of Sean McNamara in 2003 when he was spotted in a coffee shop by series creator Ryan Murphy. He had previously appeared in such diverse roles as Paul Newman's son in 'Nobody's Fool' and on television shows like 'The Twilight Zone' and 'Everwood.'

McMahon began his career as a fashion model and has put that to good use, appearing nude in many a 'Nip/Tuck' episode. He also has worked alongside Sandra Bullock in 2007's thriller 'Premonition,' as Doctor Doom in 'Fantastic Four' (2005) and on all four seasons of NBC's 'Profiler.' He was nominated for a 2005 Golden Globe for his work on 'Nip/Tuck.' The show has also been nominated continually for Emmy and Golden Globe awards throughout its run, for everything from the show's acting to its makeup and prosthetic magic.

The final episodes of 'Nip/Tuck' will run consecutively until the finale on March 3.

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