The Jeremy Kyle Show, hosted by Jeremy Kyle and created by ITV Studios, is a British tabloid talk show. It debuted on the ITV network on July 4, 2005, and continued for seventeen seasons till being canceled on May 10, 2019. With a million viewers each weekday morning, it was by far the most watched program on ITV’s daytime lineup. Following its 2004 relocation to Channel 5, it took the place of the talk show, Trisha.
The program was built on confrontations in which guests tried to settle personal issues, frequently including sex, addiction, and romantic and familial connections. Although there isn’t any solid scientific proof to back up the use of lie detectors, included psychotherapist Graham Stanier who helped the guests both during and after the program.
Jeremy Kyle Show: Death On Daytime review
A crude title for an intense documentary is Jeremy Kyle Show: Death On Daytime (Channel 4). This kind of research feels like it has been in the works for a while. Over the course of its 3,320 episodes run on ITV over 14 years, The Jeremy Kyle Show occasionally ranked as the network’s top daytime program. Every week, more than 1 million viewers watched as the show’s guests debated over paternity, addiction, lying, and betrayal as Kyle growled and bayed in their faces.
ITV stated that the purpose of the program was to help its guests resolve conflicts, and it still does so in a lengthy statement at the close of this movie.
The documentary’s director, Kira Phillips, assembles a different picture with quiet rage. In order to convince his spouse, Jane, that he hadn’t been unfaithful, Steve Dymond appeared as a guest on the program in May 2019. He lied, the exam revealed. Dymond committed suicide a few days after filming, so the program was never shown. The show was abruptly canceled by ITV shortly after that.
Jeremy Kyle: Death on Daytime Release Date
Jeremy Kyle: Death On Daytime will be broadcast over two nights on Channel 4 beginning on Sunday, March 13 at 9 pm and concluding on Monday, March 14 at 9 pm.
The programs will thereafter be made accessible on the streaming platform All4.
What Will Jeremy Kyle: Death on Daytime Cover?
The ITV blockbuster The Jeremy Kyle Show has dominated daytime TV since its debut in 2005, as will be demonstrated in the documentary Jeremy Kyle: Death On Daytime. After guest Steve Dymond committed suicide after appearing on the program in 2019, the show was abruptly canceled.
In an effort to convince his fiancée that he hadn’t been having an extramarital affair, Steve, 63, appeared on the show. He failed a “love-cheat lie detector test,” though, and was booed and jeered. Then, seven days later, his body was discovered at his Portsmouth home.
The Jeremy Kyle Show was terminated and discredited when a participant died, according to the creators of this two-part Channel 4 series. “Show guests, their loved ones, and production crew whistleblowers relate the horrific inside story,” the series’ creators claim.
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Is there a trailer for Jeremy Kyle: Death On Daytime?
Jeremy Kyle: Death On Daytime doesn’t have a trailer yet thanks to Channel 4.