READING's Jeremy Kyle is returning to TV after his controversial show was permanently cancelled following the death of a guest on the show.

The TV host attended boys' independent school Reading Blue Coat in Sonning, and faced criticism of the The Jeremy Kyle Show since Steve Dymond passed away.

Steve Dymond took a lie-detector test to convince fiancee Jane Callaghan he had not been unfaithful, but was told he had failed. The show was pulled off air in May 2019.

Jeremy Kyle has now made a comback on national TV on TalkTV, a new panel show with five different people commenting on news and current affairs.

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Primetime programming on TalkTV will also broadcast on the News UK radio station TalkRadio, while TalkRadio’s daytime programmes, featuring presenters such as Julia Hartley-Brewer, Mike Graham and Jeremy Kyle, will broadcast on TalkTV.

TV personality Sharon Osbourne and The Sun’s former political editor Tom Newton Dunn have both joined TalkTV to present current affairs shows.

News UK broadcasting president Scott Taunton said: “We have a roster of new talent who will bring compelling new shows to the screen every weekday evening, alongside journalists from across News UK who have expertise in every genre.

“Our existing professional talent on TalkRadio already have their own followings and we will be bringing these popular and informed discussions about news and current affairs to a wider audience.

“Our launch schedule should get the nation talking and bring new choice to viewers in the market.”