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Source:  Digital Spy

Louis Theroux is back in a brand new three-part documentary series on the BBC.

Titled “Altered States,” Theroux is once again off to America, except this time he isn’t off to interview neo-Nazis or the Westboro Baptist church, although we’re sure he will ruffle some feathers regardless.

That’s because this series will see him cover the topics of adoption, polyamory, and euthanasia.

The first episode looks at the adoption industry which involves a lot of money and a lot of abuse. Episode two sees Theroux talk to people who have experienced the positive and negatives of polyamorous relationships, while the final episode will have him explore the moral and legal complications of euthanasia.

“Louis Theroux’s Altered States” will air later this year on BBC Two.

Read the story at Digital Spy.

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