Everyone knows how great Louis Theroux’s documentaries are (and if you don’t, hit them up on Netflix right now). From trying to be a wrestler or a Deep South rapper, to his more serious work covering issues like prisons, sex offenders and transgender children. He recently made his first cinema documentary My Scientology Movie, which debuted at the London film festival, but it has just been announced that he’ll be returning to his usual home of BBC Two. One film will see him visit alcoholic patients at King’s College Hospital in London, and the other will look at people living with long-term brain injuries.
The films will air later this year.