Filmmaker and journalist Louis Theroux recently debuted his latest documentary Louis Theroux: Mothers on the Edge on BBC Two.

The series took an in-depth look into the issue of postpartum mental illness and saw the presenter talk to some of the women currently affected by it.

Mothers on the Edge originally aired on Sunday, May 12th at 9 pm on BBC Two, but is Louis Theroux on tonight? Here’s all the info you need to know.

Louis Theroux, BBC

Is Louis Theroux on tonight?

Unfortunately, Louis Theroux’s newest BBC documentary is not on TV tonight.

Theroux’s latest documentary series, Mothers on the Edge, was made up of only one episode and aired as a one-off special.

However, anyone hoping to catch up with the hour-long documentary can easily do so.

Louis Theroux, BBC

Louis Theroux, BBC

How can I watch Louis Theroux: Mothers on the Edge?

Louis Theroux: Mothers on the Edge is currently available to watch for free on the BBC iPlayer.

Other recent Theroux documentaries, such as The Night in Question, are also available to enjoy on the BBC platform.

According to the BBC website, Mothers on The Edge will be repeated on BBC Two at 12:45 am on Friday, May 31st.

Louis Theroux: Mother's on the Edge

Louis Theroux: Mother’s on the Edge

What is Louis Theroux: Mothers on the Edge about?

Louis Theroux: Mother’s on the Edge takes a look at the often overlooked issue of postpartum mental illness in new mothers.

Postpartum mental illness is said to affect one in five mothers, and during the one-off documentary Louis speaks to women who are currently suffering from the mental illness.

Viewers are also given a fascinating look into the lives of mothers currently receiving treatment in specialist hospital wards across the UK.

 

CATCH UP WITH LOUIS THEROUX: MOTHER’S ON THE EDGE ON THE BBC IPLAYER.

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