Ground-breaking Reality TV Show Looking for Feedback Hair Loss Confidential Wants to Hear From Viewers as They Gear Up Production

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A ground-breaking reality show is looking for input from the people of America on hair loss and how it affects their lives. Hair Loss Confidential, currently in production, has put a survey on their website that will help them decide the direction the show.

A ground-breaking reality show is looking for input from the people of America on hair loss and how it affects their lives. Hair Loss Confidential, currently in production, has put a survey on their website that will help them decide the direction the show.

Hair Loss Confidential will catch men, women and children - facing a hair loss crisis and give them a transformation they might have only dreamed about. Those being transformed are nominated secretly by their family and friends. When least expected, the family, accompanied by a camera crew, will break the truth to their loved one in a real life emotional and dramatic intervention: they need help with their hair loss crisis. The subject is then whisked away to a hair restoration company in their city where they will undergo a miraculous transformation. The viewers will see amazing and almost instantaneous results not only in the subject's appearance but their self-esteem.

"This survey is a way for us to see how hair loss really affects people: both those who are suffering from it and those who love them," said Lisa Zimmerman, Executive Producer of Hair Loss Confidential. "By getting feedback from the questions on the survey, we will get a better sense of how people feel about a very painful subject."

Hair Loss Confidential is scheduled to air throughout the U.S. in early 2009.

As well as taking the online survey, people can nominate men, women and children in their life to be on Hair Loss Confidential at Nominations Form page.

For more information, please contact Yvonne Marchese.

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