Morgan’s new interview series, Piers Morgan Uncensored, premieres tonight (April 25) at 8 p.m. on TalkTV.
On Sky Channel 526, Virgin Media Channel 627, Freeview Channel 237, and Freesat Channel 217, you may watch TalkTV.
TalkTV will also be available on Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Samsung TV Plus (Channel 4316), as well as via TalkTV’s website and apps.
Piers Morgan’s new TV show will premiere with his already-publicized spat with one-term President Donald Trump.
Mr Morgan confronts the former president about his 2020 election loss to Joe Biden in the tense interview.
And, according to the teaser for the interview, Mr Trump stormed off set, despite the fact that the men complimented one other and laughed in a clip provided to NBC by Mr Trump’s office.
The interview was taped for Rupert Murdoch’s TalkTV channel, which will debut in the United Kingdom on Monday, April 25. It will air at 8 p.m. GMT.
On Thursday, Mr Morgan said on Twitter that “due to the huge global interest in my explosive interview with President Trump,” it will now be broadcast over two days on Piers Morgan Uncensored.
Mr Morgan confronts Mr Trump during the conversation with the truth that, despite the former president’s lies and false claims, he did lose the election.
Trump Reacts to The Interview With Piers Morgan
Mr Trump issued a statement in which he claimed Morgan “attempted to unlawfully and deceptively edit his long and tedious interview with me,” before urging the people to “watch the interview – it will all be there.”
The News Desk, hosted by The Sun’s former political editor Tom Newton Dunn, will kick off the debut on Monday, April 25.
The show will feature journalists from News UK, including the political team from The Times, the showbiz desk from The Sun, and talkSPORT correspondents.
Morgan’s global show Uncensored, hosted by the former Good Morning Britain host and tabloid editor Morgan, will air at 8 p.m. from studio facilities in Ealing, west London.
At 9 p.m., Sharon Osbourne will host an hour-long panel debate show called The Talk.
The show will bring together five famous faces with varied backgrounds and viewpoints to debate current affairs problems.
TalkTV’s primetime programming will be carried on TalkRadio, a News UK radio station, while TalkRadio’s daytime programming, hosted by Julia Hartley-Brewer, Mike Graham, and Jeremy Kyle, will be shown on TalkTV.