Plenty of good reviews for World of Wonder’s six hourlong installments of Sex Change Hospital, airing Tuesdays at 11Pm on WeTV.
The Hollywood Reporter‘s Ray Richmond calls it “entertainingly graphic, visually as well as verbally…. The people in the opener who remove the veil from their lives for the camera are almost shockingly open, which is no accident considering the program’s pedigree. It comes from the World of Wonder team of Fenton Bailey and Randy Barbato, who have become something of the grand gurus of broad-minded content. Their past projects include the likes of “Inside Deep Throat,” “The Joy of Cleavage” and “Secrets of the Sexually Satisfied Woman” as well as acclaimed docs about Tammy Faye Meisner and Anna Nicole Smith.” (More)
Max Silvestri of Vh1’s Best Week Ever talked about the show, sort of, on Best Night Ever:
But our favorite mention comes from this MSNBC story on Dumb by Linda Holmes: “The WE network recently debuted a show called ‘Sex Change Hospital.’ It may be a good show. It may be an interesting show. Nevertheless, the title sounds like an imaginary soap opera that would have been Joey’s worst job ever on an episode of ‘Friends.’ Close your eyes. You can imagine it right now, can’t you?”