WEIDMAN, Mich.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--
After 10 seasons, over half a million patients, record-setting ratings and countless prolapses, pregnancy exams and problematic clients, Nat Geo WILD’s No. 1 series, The Incredible Dr. Pol, celebrated its 100th episode Saturday, March 25 on Nat Geo WILD. To commemorate the big event, Dr. Jan Pol, along with his family, friends, clinic staff, and network executives descended upon Weidman, Michigan to honor the milestone with a 100th episode celebration and to watch the episode live in the Pol’s hometown.
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The event is also a culmination of a season-long fan contest, where winners were selected weekly to join Dr. Pol in Michigan for the 100th episode event. Over the past several months, fans were encouraged to share what they think makes the show so incredible on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram using #DrPolFanContest. The winners were treated with a special day with the Pols, and joined in on the celebrations.
For link to photos from the cake cutting and 100th episode celebration, click here: https://files.natgeonetworks.com/_ONk3hAai-uki6R
(Photo credit: Justin Jones/Nat Geo WILD)
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