Jeremy Kyle has been absent from television screens since the cancellation of ITV’s The Jeremy Kyle in 2019 but returned to the small screen on the new Rupert Murdoch-backed TalkTV channel on Monday night.
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Jeremy Kyle returned to television screens alongside Sharon Osbourne on his new TalkTV channel on Monday night, nearly three years after ITV’s Jeremy Kyle Show was canceled in 2019.
Split broadcaster, 56, joined Sharon for her new show The Talk alongside commentators JJ Anisiobi and Esther Krakue and actress Nicola Thorp.
The panel discussed stories ranging from Elon Musk’s bid to buy Twitter for more than £34 billion, sexism by Angela Rayner and the “waking world of Disney” as well as the Royal Family.
In her opening, Sharon said: “It’s great to be back on your screen and even more amazing to be employed.
“This is our first gig tonight and it’s going to be great, isn’t it, honey?”
Jeremy replied: “Mrs. O. Absolutely wonderful. Nice to have her. Welcome back home.”
Earlier, on the new TV channel, Piers Morgan launched the new show Piers Morgan Uncensored with the first show in a two-part interview with former US President Donald Trump.
Piers is gearing up for the flagship show on brand new TV channel TalkTV as part of a three-year £50m deal.
Before TalkTV aired the clip of the interview, Piers released a juicy opening monologue “destroying culture”.
A quick glance at the initial comments was a flurry of silly words directed at Harry and Meghan.
Piers first addressed common sense and truth, saying, “That’s not your truth, by the way. Definitely not Princess Pinocchio’s truth,” at the time, a photo of Meghan appeared on screen with her elongated nose overlapping her face. .
Piers then goes on to mock the “celebrity hypocrisy” who are “populating equality from their massive mansions and constantly preaching one thing while being the exact opposite of who they are.” Dear”.
He then added: “I think you know the kind – don’t you, your Royal Family?” as the image of Prince Harry smiling appeared on the screen.
Jeremy Kyle’s return to TV comes after the explosion of Channel 4’s Death on Daytime documentary, which saw former The Jeremy Kyle Show staff members anonymously accused of toxic behind-the-scenes behavior. harmful.
Channel 4’s Death on Daytime documentary saw former The Jeremy Kyle Show employees claim that the ITV show gave the host a “complicated demeanor” and that he was “extremely difficult to tolerable and incompetent”.
From claims of delinquents to lies, some have even stated that they felt “brainwashed” while working on the show.
The show ran for 14 years until ITV canceled it following the death of guest Steve Dymond, who failed a lie detector test on the show.
Jeremy spoke on the radio of the two-part Channel 4 documentary, saying he will not speak about his guest’s death until all legal proceedings are complete.
He told listeners: “Deal with the elephant in the room immediately… I have maintained a consistent approach for the past three years.
“I have said that I will not comment on the tragic death of Steve Dymond until the legal proceedings are over and that is the position I will maintain.
“When – and believe me, there will be a time after the investigation, when I’m right and proper, because of course there are two sides to every story – I’ll do it here and I’ll do it for you. , and that’s the most important thing. “
He added: “With the greatest respect, I’d say it.”
https://www.mirror.co.uk/tv/tv-news/jeremy-kyle-returns-tv-alongside-26797667 Jeremy Kyle returns to TV with Sharon Osbourne after the show glitched three years ago