kyle: Jeremy Kyle confirms his comeback with TalkTV live show, full details here

According to reports, Jeremy Kyle will return to television with a new live show, but this time with TalkTV. Kyle’s new program will launch on Monday, October 10, reports OK Magazine. Kyle’s program will air on TalkTV, where the former ITV host currently hosts a radio show that airs weekly.

The popular ITV show ran during the day and ran for 14 years, finally being forced to close in 2019. A guest named Steve Dymond had died by suicide. Following this, Jeremy Kyle took a three-year sabbatical from television.

The 63-year-old TV host said he was ready to host a show for TalkTV again after a long time. The show opens on October 10 with Jeremy Kyle trying to make sense of the issues that matter to the British people. His show will help anyone watching this program navigate the difficult times of the current scenario. He is looking forward to being on the show for TalkTV.

Kyle had talked about his new role for a show earlier, and he’s very much looking forward to it. The basis of the new show is how a current news story is rated by individuals and what they think of that news story. There would be a live audience and an array of speakers on stage with Jeremy Kyle.

Members of the public and a few MPs had called for the show to be shut down after reports started coming in that many people were killing themselves after appearing on the show.

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