Ross Kemp: Extreme World – Series 6
Ross Kemp returns to helm another documentary series of Ross Kemp: Extreme World. The series sees Kemp travel to places like Manila and Madagascar to learn more about how terrorists and criminals are ruining many lives.
Part 1: Texas
Ross travels to more of the most dangerous places on Earth, beginning by heading to Austin, Texas, to investigate growing racial tension in the wake of President Trump’s election. He discovers hate groups are gaining in popularity and extremists on both sides are arming themselves for a race war, and speaks to members of the Ku Klux Klan and a black separatist militia group
Part 2: West Bank
Ross Kemp is unflappable as he investigates the devastating physical and psychological impact that a new drug called hydro is having on the local Palestinian and Israeli populations. With such a fractious political situation in the region and the police forces unable to work together, it’s a complex problem that’s being left up to local communities to try to solve themselves
Part 3: Manila
This edition uncovers the dark underbelly of crystal meth use in the Philippines and the country’s new — and highly controversial — President Rodrigo Duterte. Despite being loved by many, his zero tolerance policy on drug abuse is shocking. Under his rule so far, 3,000 suspected drug dealers and users have been killed and, as Kemp discovers, it’s the police who appear to be the ones giving the orders.
Part 4: Naples
Ross gains unprecedented access to the world of the Camorra crime syndicate as he investigates a street war that has claimed more than 4,000 lives in Naples
Part 5: Madagascar
Ross heads deep into Madagascar’s bandit lands as he investigates how organised and murderous cattle rustling gangs have villagers living in fear.