Piers Morgan is set to return to our screens on a new TalkTV series, Uncensored in just a few weeks time.
The controversial presenter famously quit Good Morning Britain in March 2021 after he had an argument with weatherman, Alex Beresford about Meghan Markle and stormed off the set live on air.
Now, the 56-year-old will front a new global show that launches on Monday 25 April with the new UK channel, TalkTV that will also be streamed on Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Samsung TV Plus and YouTube.
It has been described as a "fearless forum for lively, intelligent debate’ that will include interviews as well as expression of controversial opinions".
The new sixty minute daily show will be broadcast every week night in the UK on TalkTV as well as streamed around the world on FOX in America and Sky News Australia.
Piers has said: “I’m delighted to now be returning to live television with a new daily show whose main purpose is to cancel the Cancel Culture which has infected societies around the world. I want it to be a platform for lively vigorous debate, news-making interviews, and that increasingly taboo three-letter word: fun. I also want it to annoy all the right people.”
The show will be part of the launch schedule for TalkTV that is set to launch on the same date in April.
Alongside this new show, TalkTV will launch The Talk with Sharon Osbourne. It will be another weeknight talk show where a panel of five famous faces discuss the most interesting stories from that day.
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The sixty-minute slot will watch these celebrities cover global news in an honest debate and delve into issues from news, politics, health and entertainment.
When talking about the new News UK channel, the President of Broadcasting at the company, Scott Taunton said: “TalkTV will be a new voice for viewers who are interested in straight talking opinions and expert insight on news and current affairs.
"The channel has been designed for the streaming age and will be accessible on linear TV as well as via social and on demand programming."
Since Piers left the ITV morning show, he has been replaced by a host of different presenters including Ed Balls, Adil Ray, Richard Madeley and more recently Martin Lewis who have all appeared alongside Susanna Reid.
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