Oprah Winfrey's sit down with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will air in the UK the day after the exclusive interview screens in the US.
Teaser clips from the two-hour CBS one-off with the legendary talk show host have been released already and Winfrey has promised that the interview will be 'shocking' with 'nothing off limits'.
The couple have had a busy 2021 so far, they announced they are expecting their second child, Meghan has won a court case against The Daily Mail for breach of privacy, and last week Harry was interviewed on the top of a tour bus by James Corden.
The clips show Harry, who with his wife, has stepped back from royal duties because he feared “history repeating itself” following the death of his mother, Princess Diana.
Currently the two-hour interview is planned for an airing on Monday evening in the UK, under the name Oprah with Meghan and Harry, but due to the issue of the Duke of Edinburgh's health, it might not air at all.
When will it be on in the UK?
ITV are reported to have paid £1million for the rights to air the interview with Harry and Meghan on Monday, March 8 at 9pm.
The fee was confirmed by Independent.
Industry sources say the broadcaster increased its earlier £500,000 bid to secure the UK rights to show the two-hour interview on Monday.
Will they pull it due to Prince Philip's ill health?
Harry's grandfather Philip, 99, spent nearly two weeks in the private King Edward VII's Hospital before being transferred to St Bartholomew's Hospital on Monday for tests on a pre-existing heart condition.
It's thought that ITV could be ready to pull the interview if he deteriorates.
What about Unforgotten?
Episode three of the crime drama, Unforgotten, was due to air at 9pm on the channel.
ITV haven't yet confirmed what will happen to scheduled episode if the interview does go ahead. We'll update this article as soon as we hear.