The upcoming season will feature eight all-new episodes with makeovers that span over a longer period of time (no more 12-week "quickie" transformations).
...but others had their concerns.
After watching season one, viewers found major issues with the show — namely, the destructive "revenge body" concept.
The show's mission is troubling at best.
Instead of losing weight to maintain a healthier lifestyle, candidates are essentially told that they can — and more importantly, should — lose weight solely for the sake of impressing somebody else. Appearance seems to be prioritized above health.
Back when "Revenge Body" first premiered, it received a string of negative reviews on social media.
Several unimpressed viewers thought this show definitely wasn't going to come back.
Yet, it is.
But a second season means Kardashian now has a second chance to improve the questionable aspects of the show.
Hopefully she'll keep the focus on helping participants transform their lives and build up their confidence for themselves — not to "get back" at someone else.