Love Island favourite Ovie Soko to front new BBC Three documentary, Ovie: Life After Reality TV.
The 29-year-old basketball player became a fan favourite with his witty, charming and laid-back personality in the 2019 series of Love Island, coming third with his ex-girlfriend India Reynolds.
Following the instant fame that the entertainment series brings, Soko finds himself at a turning point in his life where he must choose between exploring a career full of brand new opportunities or return to his former career as a basketball player.
To help him on his quest, Soko finds out more about the reality business by talking to successful stars about what opportunities there are in the world of showbiz.
Vicky Pattison speaks to Soko about her ten-year journey from Geordie Shore to a multi-millionaire I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! winner.
Giving his perspective on the darker side of reality fame, TOWIE star Mario Falcone details the devastating effect the end of his reality success had on his mental health and how he turned his back on the industry.
In Ovie: Life After Reality TV, Soko learns what it takes to succeed in the competitive industry and what sacrifices he could be making as he struggles with his life-changing career decision.