There will be incredible media coverage: A total of 68 countries will show the long-awaited interview between Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan with talk show Queen Oprah Winfrey.
Prince Harry (36) and Duchess Megan (39) TV interview with talking icon Oprah Winfrey (67) will be a global media scene. According to the American “People” magazine CBS production will be broadcast in 68 countries. The two-hour recorded conversation celebrates the premiere on US TV at night from Sunday to Monday at 02:00 AM CET. Already “shocking discoveries” have been announced in teasers.
In Prince Harry’s homeland of Great Britain, ITV secured the broadcast rights and aired the interview Monday evening. And that despite constant criticism: Harry’s grandfather, Prince Philip (99), remains in hospital after undergoing heart surgery. The interview will also be broadcast on TV in Australia, Belgium, Canada, Croatia, Iceland, Italy, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Denmark, Sweden, Norway and Switzerland.
In addition, 50 countries in Africa have guaranteed the rights to the long-awaited conversation between Harry, Megan and Winfrey. In Germany, the full interview will be broadcast on RTL and VOX on Monday March 8th. It runs as part of “Exklusiv Spezial” for three hours starting at 3 PM on RTL and at 10:15 PM on “Featured Special” on VOX. The two specials are also available on TVNow in this country.
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