LadBible doubles down on original content
Second and third seasons of Agree to Disagree are on the way
Youth-focused social media publisher LadBible Group will release a new slate of original shortform programming this week, covering topics including the coronavirus pandemic.
The titles include Corona Diaries and the second and third seasons of both The Gap and Agree to Disagree.
Corona Diaries will bring together four people from different countries and cultures each week to discuss the issues they are facing amid the virus crisis.
The new episodes of Agree to Disagree and The Gap, meanwhile, will tackle topics including detention without trial, mental resilience and the controversial video assistant refereeing system used in top-level football.
The new series have been created by LadBible Group’s in-house original content teams, headed by Ben Powell-Jones, who joined the company from Endemol Shine Group in late 2018 as head of original programming.
The original series will be released across the LadBible and UniLad social media accounts on Instagram, Facebook, Snapchat, Twitter and YouTube.
“The huge success of the first series of The Gap and Agree to Disagree have shown that we can be a destination for original thought-provoking content,” said Powell-Jones.