"You are so young and you enjoy life so much, and you're such happy people, and you're killing yourselves," celebrity trainer Harley Pasternak tells Cherrell and Jamilla Harris on an episode of "The Revolution."
The Long Beach natives are the first featured "heroes" on the new daytime talk show.
The show chronicles the sisters' five-month journey to transform their lives for the better.
"I think in our minds and in our hearts we know this will work, but to actually see the transformation happen across the lives of the individuals we're working with is truly amazing," said Dr. Tiffanie Davis Henry, a therapist and part of the all-star panel on "The Revolution."
The new show combines Pasternak and Henry's expertise to help give out the best advice possible.
"This just makes it so much easier to take people through transition. Before, if I'm transforming an actor or a musician for something, it's just me in figuring out their diet. If they don't do what I say, I've got to figure out why," said Pasternak. "Now, I call Dr. Tiffanie and say, 'Can you have a talk with them because they're not following through with the commitment?' So it really helps."
Harley and Henry say they're like a super team or the justice league of daytime television.
The hosts point out that their new show hopes to revolutionize lives of not just the "hero women" but also the viewers at home.
"There's so much that we're offering, so many tiny little tidbits of information or advice, that if you can look at each episode, and we teach you 40 things or 30 little things, and you take one of them away, if you take one a week, it will change your life," said Pasternak.
"The Revolution" airs at 1 p.m. on ABC7.