How to watch Prince Harry’s 60 Minutes, ITV and GMA interviews in the US


Prince Harry will reveal more amazing revelations in three interviews, airing ahead of the publication of his memoir, Spare.

The interviews are likely to cause even more anxiety for the royal family.

So, how can you watch the interviews with the Duke of Sussex when you’re in America? Here’s everything you need to know.

When are the Prince Harry interviews on TV?

The first two interviews with Prince Harry will be broadcast on Sunday 8 January.

The UK interview with Tom Bradby, which will last 90 minutes, will air at 9pm GMT (4pm ET, 3pm CT and 1pm PT).

His one-hour US interview with Anderson Cooper will be released on the same day, but will hit screens at 7pm ET (12pm GMT, 11pm CT and 9pm PT).

On Jan. 9, Good Morning America will air Michael Strahan’s interview with the Duke at 7 a.m. ET (4 a.m. PT, 12 a.m. GMT), followed by a special at 8:30 p.m. ET on TBEN News Live (5:30 p.m. PT, 1:30 a.m. GMT). ).

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What channels are Prince Harry’s interviews on?

The Duke of Sussex’s British special, titled Harry: The Interview, airs on ITV. But for viewers in the US, the program will be available on the channel’s streaming service ITVX if they use a VPN.

His interview in the US will be broadcast on the 60 Minutes program on TBEN. It will be available to stream on Paramount+ the following day. Viewers in the UK can now access the streaming service via Amazon Prime Video or direct – enjoying a 7-day free trial and a monthly charge of £6.99 thereafter.

Good Morning America airs every day on TBEN. You can also stream through Hulu.

Who are the hosts for Prince Harry’s interviews?

The UK interview is hosted by veteran anchor Tom Bradby. It has been noted that Bradby is one of Prince Harry’s old associates, as he used to work as a royal correspondent.

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Given his professional history, the host could take a keen interest in how and why Harry and Meghan gave up their royal roles, as well as their sense of duty to the crown.

The TBEN special is led by Anderson Cooper, who made a name for himself early on by covering Diana’s funeral. He may focus some of his questions on the Duke’s relationship with his mother and the loss he felt after her death.

Former NFL player Michael Strahan, meanwhile, will conduct Good Morning America’s interviews with the Duke.

What can we expect from the interviews?

Trailers have already been released for Prince Harry’s TV appearances to build anticipation.

In the clip for Prince Harry’s ITV interview, he discusses his family relationships, saying, “I’d like to get my dad back. I’d like my brother back.”

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And the teaser for its TBEN program shows the royal family claiming that the palace “leaked and planted” stories to write against him and his wife, the Duchess of Sussex.

Why is Prince Harry doing the interviews?

The Duke of Sussex takes part in the pre-release interviews of his telling memoir, Spare, which promises “rough, unflinching honesty.”

The 410-page book will officially hit shelves on January 10, but some have already gotten their hands on a copy of the memoir after it went on sale in Spain five days earlier.

In it are excerpts about how Prince Harry lost his virginity, took drugs to “see the truth,” and reportedly got into a physical altercation with his brother, William.

This article will be updated with the latest information.