Louis Theroux launched his new series on Sunday, November 4th.
There’s been some confusion as to the TV schedule, however, with a random one-week break between episodes.
Fortunately, we’re here to clear up how you can watch Louis Theroux’s Altered States as it airs and how to watch it online.
— Deborah (@electricshakey) November 12, 2018
How to Watch Louis Theroux on TV
Louis Theroux’s Altered States is a three-part series that airs on BBC Two.
Part one aired on Sunday, November 4th. However, you can still catch the remaining two episodes as they go out.
Simply stick on BBC Two at 9 pm this and next Sunday! (November 18th and November 25th)
How to Watch Louis Theroux Online
The only way to watch Louis Theroux online is via the official BBC media player, iPlayer.
Each episode is uploaded shortly after it airs on TV and will be available for six months.
There are two other Louis Theroux documentaries available on the BBC iPlayer and over 20 episodes.
Here’s a rundown of what to watch.
Louis Theroux on BBC iPlayer
Louis Theroux’s Weird Weekends: Our favourite out of the two documentaries on BBC iPlayer is Louis Theroux’s debut production.
Now 48, Louis filmed Weird Weekends between 1998-2000 when he was in his late 20’s.
There are 17 episodes to catch up on, where Louis investigates individuals and groups that the world rarely comes in to contact with.
This includes the world of porn, swingers, bodybuilders, rap, black nationalists and those ‘looking for love in Bangkok’.
Louis Theroux’s LA Stories: This mini-series explores three phenomenal stories inside the city of Los Angeles.
Filmed in 2014, Louis finds out what its like for patients battling for their lives in LA’s most famous hospital.
He also spends time with LA’s paroled sex offenders and investigates the city’s relationship with dogs.
WATCH LOUIS THEROUX’S ALTERED STATES ON SUNDAYS, ON BBC TWO, AT 9 PM.