Trisha Goddard returns to ITV with restarting her popular talk show as she prepares to shoot a pilot after a 16-year break
Trisha Goddard is making a comeback on the UK screens, as she prepares to film a replay of her popular talk show.
The 62-year-old broadcaster will be recording a pilot for a new ITV series later this month, having originally hosted her own talk show on the channel from 1998 to 2004.
This would be a return to the UK for Trisha after she moved to the US in 2011 to launch her talk show in the US, but was ruled out by NBC after only two seasons.
she is back! Trisha Goddard, 62, is ready to make a comeback on UK screens, as she prepares to film a reboot of her popular talk show
A source close to Trisha confirmed the reports that were sent to MailOnline, after an insider said the sun Trisha is set to film a pilot for her series next week, hoping ITV bosses will put her in a desirable spot in the afternoon.
They said, ‘He is now referred to as Speak to Trisha.
“But TV fans will recognize him for what he really is – the legendary ancient show and her back together.”
MailOnline contacted ITV representatives for further comments.
Bounce: The broadcaster will record a pilot for the ITV series later this month, returning to the channel after a 16-year hiatus (pictured on the Channel 5 spin-off in 2005)
Trisha is also signed to a new UK agency InterTalent and is set to appear in the next episode of Pierce Morgan’s Life Stories discussing her troubled career.
The presenter surprised fans with her TV comeback in January as a contestant on Dancing On Ice, but she was the first celebrity skater to be eliminated.
Her original talk show focused on real-life topics and lukewarm discussions, but in later years it sparked controversy due to its inclusion of dramatic guest confrontations in light of Jerry Springer’s American show.
Back on the screens: Trisha is also signed to a new UK agency InterTalent and is set to appear in the next episode of Pierce Morgan’s Life Stories discussing her troubled career
The series also saw the use of DNA and a lie detector, and was a precursor to Jeremy Kyle’s show, who took over mid-morning in 2004 until he was disqualified in 2019 after the death of one of its guests.
Trisha took the series from ITV to Channel 5 in 2005, where it went on airing for five years before it was disqualified in 2010.
In 2012, Trisha launched her self-titled talk show in the US as part of the popular series Morrie, but was dropped two years later.
Moving on: It would be a return to the UK for Trisha after she moved to the US in 2011 to launch her talk show in the US, but was dropped by NBC after only two seasons (pictured 2014)