Louis Theroux returns to BBC Two with new porn documentary 3 weeks ago

Louis Theroux returns to BBC Two with new porn documentary

Louis Theroux is back; grab the popcorn.

Everyone's favourite documentary host Louis Theroux is back on the BBC with his brand new three-part series entitled Forbidden America.

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Theroux will travel the States while talking to content creators who cover everything from far-right views to content more sinister in nature.

"This new series looks at the way those changes have affected people in America who are in different ways involved in dangerous, extreme, or morally questionable lifestyles," the 51-year-old said in an official statement released September 27.

He continued: "These three documentaries were tough to make. They required delicate access conversations. They feature scenes and confrontations that are shocking and upsetting."

The episodes will focus on far-right groups who have "found new influence through gaming and streaming services", porn performers who have "embraced creator-controlled apps and called out alleged predators in the industry", and young men "in the rap world caught up in feuds and high-risk behaviour in the click-driven world of social media."

Theroux will as usual do a number of landmark interviews, including those involved in the Capitol Hill riot earlier this year. He will reportedly "question their opinions and explore how they are stepping out from the shadows of the web to influence events in the real world".

"It is brilliant to see Louis return with three challenging and timely films engaging with lives lived at the extremes," said Patrick Holland, Director, Factual, Arts and Classical Music Television.

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The show will air on BBC Two and BBC iPlayer, but an exact date has not yet been released.

Previous work of the filmmaker has included deep divers into prison systems, Paedophilia, prostitution, and of course aliens.

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