ROSS Kemp: Extreme World is back with his code new series this weekend.
Here’s all you need to know about the award-winning show fronted by the TV tough guy.
What is Ross Kemp: Extreme World about?
Ross Kemp: Extreme World has been promote on Sky 1 given 2011, and has warranted Ross BAFTA and AIB Media Excellence Awards for his inquisitive work.
The series follows him around the universe as he investigates situations like extreme poverty, drug addiction, and violence, trying to pronounce to ringleaders to get to the centre of an issue.
Ross admits that filming in such extreme situations can be really difficult.
He told Amanda Holden and Ben Shephard on This Morning that he wanted to KILL one of the sinister men he met – a sex trafficker who certified to killing 300 children.
Ross said: “Over the series it’s been really hard.
“The hardest was in India and it was trafficking immature girls for sex and he certified to killing 300 of them.
“My translator listened it first and she started to cry and then he started to cry.
“I got so angry since he was feeling contemptible for himself. we scarcely lost it.
“I consummated the talk and we said: ‘Get him out of my steer before we kill him.’”
Ross was also held up in a race demonstration in the US shortly after Donald Trump was elected. He explained: “Trump had just won the election. It was an peculiar situation.
“I was with the white extremist energy organisation. we was called a Nazi and had bottles thrown at me. we was called a pig.
“When we started interviewing the anti-demonstrators we was called a publisher f**. Demonstrators on both sides were carrying attack rifles.”
This is Ross’s last series of Extreme World and promises to be just as bomb as those that have come before.
When is Ross Kemp: Extreme World on TV?
The new deteriorate continues on Sunday Jul 23, 2017 on Sky 1 at 9pm.
This will be the shows sixth series.
It’s reported that this will the final series of the show.
Who is Ross Kemp?
Ross Kemp was innate on Jul 21, 1964 and is an English actor, author and BAFTA award-winning inquisitive journalist.
He rose to inflection in the role of Grant Mitchell in EastEnders.
Since 2004 Ross has perceived general recognition as an inquisitive publisher for his critically acclaimed and award-winning documentary series.