Sharon Osbourne And Piers Morgan Are Coming Back On Television

( Last week, two people who were “canceled” from television announced that they were returning.

Sharon Osbourne, the former co-host of CBS’s “The Talk” will be joining former “Good Morning Britain” host Piers Morgan’s new “talkTV” streaming network service.

Both Osbourne and Morgan were booted from their programs last year after criticizing Prince Harry’s bitter wife Meghan Markle’s interview with Oprah Winfrey.

Morgan had said on his former show “Good Morning Britain” that he didn’t believe anything Meghan Markle said in her Oprah interview, including her allegations of racism within the royal family.

Naturally, Piers Morgan was accused of racism and found himself out of a job when he refused to apologize to the wealthy, entitled “victim” Markle.

And when Sharon Osbourne tried to defend her friend Piers on CBS’s “The Talk,” she too was accused of racism and got the boot.

Osbourne will host a UK version of “The Talk” on Morgan’s talkTV network that will follow the same format as CBS’s “The Talk.” It will feature “five opinionated famous people” who will debate the current news stories.

On Thursday, Piers Morgan and Sharon Osbourne released this teaser about her upcoming show:

It was reported last September that Piers Morgan was hired to launch Rupert Murdoch’s News UK’s new streaming channel talkTV. In addition to hosting his own primetime show on talkTV, Morgan was tapped to bring in “exceptional talent” to host additional programming on the streaming channel.