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A professor in obesity with revolutionary reviews is ready to propel puppy fat to the top of the country's health agenda and into every family home. Each episode of this powerful and pioneering series sees the professor tackle family feelings about food and exercise-all through the eyes of their overweight children.

Chubby Children is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (6 episodes). The series first aired on January 1, 2006.

Where do I stream Chubby Children online? Chubby Children is available for streaming on FilmRise, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Chubby Children on demand at Amazon online.

1 Season, 6 Episodes
January 1, 2006
Cast: Paul Gately
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Chubby Children Full Episode Guide

  • Amelia is 11 years old and already weighs 13 stone. She is desperate to fit into a smaller dress when she appears as carnival queen in Llandudno, but what can Paul suggest to help?

  • Aimee is nine years old and weighs as many stone, and is already wearing a size 12 in clothes. Aimee admits to being bullied at school and being called a "fat pig" by her fellow pupils. Professor Paul Gately seeks to reverse the current eating shcedule of Aimee and her mother, and guide them towards a healthier way of life.

  • Nine-year-old Jessica weighs almost ten stone, and she already has a 33-inch waist and wears her mother's clothes. Her parents find it very difficult to say no to her. Mom affectionately calls Jessica "her little porker," but she is desperate to see some results as she has tried everything for help, and Dad just wants to be able to pick his little daughter up again.

  • Shae-nae is eight years old and weighs as many stone. Among her siblings, she is the only one struggling with obesity. Consuming a whopping 4,000 calories a day and already wearing and adult size 14 in clothes, can the professor help to reverse Shae-nae's eating habits before it's too late?

  • 11-year-old Jordan weighs almost nine stone and admits to being bullied at school because of his weight, and it looks like his little sister, Chloe, four years old and four stone, is also on the road to obesity. With over 20,000 potential calories in one cupboard alone, things need to change! Will Jordan and Chloe improve their health and lose weight?