‘Louis Theroux: Life on the Edge’ lands on BBC Two on September 6th

Louis Theroux Life on the Edge

Louis Theroux: Life on the Edge: Louis Theroux is a very famous documentary filmmaker. 50 years old filmmaker has received two British academy television awards and one royal television society television award. Theroux was born in Singapore to an American father and English woman. His father was a writer too, Paul Theroux.


The documentaries will be on BBC this Sunday i.e. 6th September 2020.


Louis Theroux: Life on the Edge is about?

The documentary will focus on the body of work spanning 25 years and 60 hrs of most amazing and celebrated documentaries on British filmography.

Theroux is very famous for his documentaries on people on the fringes of society, Subcultures, People engaged with life-threatening situations, and people suffering and fighting over mental health.

Life on the edge is a series with a different plot considering to be Louis’s first retrospective career in Tv. There will be four parts that will look back on 60 hours of the celebrated documentaries and their filmmakers and journalists.

Viewers will be amazed by the content as it will go from encountering neo-Nazis to encountering UFOs.

What did Louis say about the series?

He said that he has been planning this for a long time. He did say that He was planning to go back to his previous documentaries. Louis wants to find out what happened to some contributors and he wanted to update their stories.

Louis further mentioned that lockdown and this pandemic gave him the time to think about this. Its been strange and amazing working on it and to dig old weekend episodes was much fun.

Louis Theroux

Editor Emma Loach said that viewers will be able to see Louis as they have never seen him before and that will be interesting seeing how it will going to be.

The first episode of Life on the edge will be going back to Louis’s first documentary.

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