We’ve been eagerly awaiting the details of Laura Whitmore’s brand-new ITV show ever since the news came out that she would be getting her own Investigate series last year.
Well, wait no more, as it seems as though we are finally getting some answers about the Bray native’s new route in the media.
According to The Sun, the Irish TV presenter’s new show is set to explore the effects violent pornography has had on young people.
Speaking about the series with the TV station, an insider told the publication: “Rough sex is a subject that taps into the grey areas that come with certain behaviours and how we navigate them.
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“We’re a society which is increasingly exposed to violence via the internet and that can lead to problems when that manifests itself in real life.
As in so many similar situations, that often means women bear the brunt of those problems, which is what Laura will be looking at in the doc,” they added.
On top of that, the publication has also reported that Laura is producing three stand-alone shows for the platform ITVX.
This comes after Laura announced in August that she would no longer be hosting Love Island, with Maya Jama taking over the show.
Laura is certainly keeping herself busy anyway, having previously been announced as the new host of a weekend show on ITV.
The unnamed series will cover lifestyle and entertainment, with each show featuring a combination of celebrity guests and topical chats, when it airs on ITV1 and ITVX this year.
We can’t wait to tune in to both!