Piers Morgan’s new show on Talk TV is launching with the channel in less than a month, with the controversial presenter telling Twitter: “Time to bring the world to rights.”
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Piers Morgan has announced his new daily show will premiere on April 25, telling his fans: “It’s time to bring the world back to rights.”
The show, called Piers Morgan Uncensored, will be part of the new Talk TV channel’s prime time premiere schedule.
Announcing the news today, the controversial TV presenter and journalist, 56, said on Twitter: “REDACTED: My new daily TV show Piers Morgan Uncensored premieres Monday , April 25. It’s time to bring the world back to rights.”
The show is scheduled to air weeknights on Talk TV in the UK, Fox Nation in the US and Sky News Australia.
Earlier this month, the former newspaper editor announced the name of his new show and told fans what to expect, while also marking the anniversary of him storming off the set of Good Morning. Britain, after a controversy over Meghan Markle.
He said: “A year ago today, I was forced to leave a job I love, at the peak of my success, for having had the audacity to express an honest opinion.
“This should not happen in any democracy that is supposed to be built on the principles of free speech and free speech.
“I am delighted to be returning to live television with a new daily program whose primary aim is to undo the Culture of Cancellation that has infected societies around the world,” he said.
“I wanted it to be a platform for heated debates, news-making interviews, and that increasingly taboo three-letter word: fun. I also wanted it to annoy everyone. suitable,” he said.
It’s been more than a year since Pierce left her role as presenter on Good Morning Britain, following the start of a live broadcast, following disagreements over the Duchess of Sussex.
The former actress, 40, gave a brief interview to Oprah Winfrey about the restrictions of the Royal Family – and Piers doesn’t suffer any of that.
Accusing the former Suits star of lying about how she said she was treated by ‘The Firm’, the journalist argued with GMB weather reporter Alex Beresford, and stormed off the set.
At the time, the 56-year-old made headlines around the world when he threw stones at Meghan Markle following her controversial interview with Oprah Winfrey.
No one has to shy away from the event, Piers celebrated the anniversary of his comments on Twitter earlier this month, when he shared a photo of Meghan.
Along with the snap, Piers wrote: “Today is a year since I declared that I don’t believe a word Meghan Markle said in her royal groaning Oprah. I still don’t believe it.”
Sharon Osbourne is another big name to host on Talk TV, part of News UK.
Sharon will discuss all the issues of the day, including politics, crime, health, and even entertainment.
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