Olivia Attwood: Getting Filthy Rich explores the world of selling sexual content on OnlyFans, the UK’s porn industry, camgirls and sugar babies.
Presented by the former Love Island star, the four-part series delves deep into this underground world, telling the intimate stories of performers and investigating if there is a darker side to “getting filthy rich.”
Attwood even gets in on the act herself, starting up an OnlyFans and starring in a fully-clothed cameo in an adult film.
Here’s everything you need to know about who Attwood is and how you can watch the latest episode.
Who is Olivia Attwood?
Attwood is a 31-year-old reality TV star who hails from Surrey.
The former model and motorsport grid girl, found fame on Love Island in 2017.
Before entering the villa, she described herself as quite naughty and having an immature sense of humour.
After reaching the final, Attwood and her partner Chris Hughes came third.
The pair went on to star in their own spin off show, Chris & Olivia: Crackin’ On.
Attwood has also appeared in Celebs Go Dating and joined the cast of The Only Way is Essex (Towie) in 2019.
She split with Hughes in 2018 and is currently engaged to Blackburn Rovers footballer Bradley Dack.
What does she do?
Attwood is known for her roles in reality TV.
The former Love Island star has built an impressive portfolio, with appearances on Towie, Celebs Go Dating and even having her own spin off show.
Her latest role, presenting the ITV documentary Olivia Attwood: Getting Filthy Rich is a new venture for her, as she has not hosted a serious documentary before.
The ITV series will uncover the reality of selling sexual content online and the rise of content platforms like OnlyFans.
Speaking to the Radio Times about taking on this role, she explained she was: “nervous to say the least.”
Attwood commented how her background in reality TV helped her connect with interviewees.
She said: "I think that a lot of the girls felt like they already knew me so it’s almost like it’s not a complete stranger.
“They kind of felt like they can talk to me on a girl-to-girl level rather than maybe your more traditional documentaries [which] can feel a little bit colder, maybe a little bit more distance between interviewer and subject."
Where can I watch ITV documentary Getting Filthy Rich?
You can watch Olivia Atwood: Getting Filthy Rich on ITV2 and ITV Hub.
The four-part series will include intimate interviews and follow the real lives of people producing content for OnlyFans, the porn industry and sugar babies.
Episode one, which covered subscription platform OnlyFans and episode two which looked at the porn industry have already aired and are available to stream.
Episode three will see Olivia delve into the world of Camgirls and aires on Tuesday 19 July on ITV2 at 10pm.
What is it about?
ITV have given a synopsis of the documentary series, which is hosted by the former Love Island star.
It explores how the sex industry has moved into the mainstream after Covid-19 lockdowns.
Attwood explains: “A few years ago, the idea that many regular women would soon be making their living by selling sexual content online might have seemed a bit extraordinary.
“Now it’s becoming mainstream and some of the money being made is reportedly huge. I’m absolutely fascinated to discover what it’s like for those involved and to get inside this world to reveal all.”
Attwood explores subscription sites including OnlyFans, the UK porn industry and speaks with Camgirls.
In this series, she will meet with performers who earn huge sums of money, including Bonnie, who can make up to £250,000 in just one month.
Attwood will explore if she can make money off her own content and investigate if there is a darker side to “getting filthy rich.”
Is there a trailer?
Yes, ITV have released a trailer for Olivia Atwood: Getting Filthy Rich.
You can watch it below.
How can I watch Olivia Atwood: Getting Filthy Rich?
Olivia Atwood: Getting Filthy Rich is available to watch on both ITV2 and ITV Hub.
Episode three will delves into the world of Camgirls and will
Each episode lasts one hour, with it being shown between 10pm - 11pm.
Episodes will be available to stream on ITV Hub once they have aired on ITV 2.