Channel for Piers Morgan’s new show Uncensored finally revealed – how to watch Talk TV

PIERS Morgan is set to make his debut on his new flagship Talk TV show Uncensored later this month.

The former Good Morning Britain host will front the prime time programme, which has been dubbed "a fearless forum for lively debate".

Piers, 56, will go live for the first time on April 25 as Talk TV is launched on all major platforms, including Sky, Virgin Media and Freeview.

The show will also be streamed by Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Samsung TV and YouTube as well as across a wide range of social media.

Revealing the launch of the show, News UK president of broadcasting Scott Taunton said it would offer "straight talking opinions" from Piers.

"Piers Morgan Uncensored will be the flagship prime-time show – a fearless forum for lively and intelligent debate, fronted by one of the most outspoken and popular figures in broadcasting," he said.


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"It will be must-see TV and everyone in the UK will be able to tune in live or on-demand, either on their television or on any personal device.”

The launch coincides with a campaign, fronted by Piers himself, about Talk TV which features the strap line: Straight Talking Starts Here.

As well as Piers, the launch of the schedule will also see Sharon Osbourne debut on The Talk – a panel debate between famous faces.

The group of celebs will sit down to debate the stories of the day, from news to politics, crime to health and entertainment.

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Meanwhile, journalist Tom Newton Dunn will present the major weeknight news on Talk TV's The News Desk.

Fans of Piers can catch his new show on a number of broadcasters – including Sky Channel 526 and Virgin Media Channel 627.

Uncensored will also be broadcast on Freeview Channel 237 and Freesat Channel 217 – as well as streaming on smart devices.

It comes days after Piers vowed to tell fans exactly what he thinks without holding back on his new Talk TV show Uncensored.

Responding to a fan who questioned if he was ever truly censored because he made his thoughts known, Piers replied: “True, but ITV tried to censor me when they said I had to apologise for disbelieving Princess Pinocchio or lose my GMB job.

“I just opted to leave so I could continue saying what I think, which is what I'll be doing every night on my new show.”

Piers' fans won't have to wait long for their favourite broadcaster to return to their screens – with the launch set for April 25.

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The Sun columnist previously 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.”

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