UK talk show host Jeremy Kyle plans to return to "have his say" after his show was axed by ITV following the death of a guest.
The Jeremy Kyle Show was taken off air in 2019 after Steven Dymond was found dead in his home a week after his appearance, where he reportedly collapsed to the ground sobbing upon failing a lie detector test.
Now an Instagram post from talent agent Claire Powell promises Kyle will "be back soon" nine months after the show's cancellation.
Powell called Kyle "a committed father and family man" who has spent a year "battling unimaginable consequences of a devastating tragedy".
After Dymond's death, several different sources alleged that guests on The Jeremy Kyle Show were mistreated.
TV producer Gavin Hill told The Mirror he was "horrified" by what he saw during his time filming behind-the-scenes footage for the show.
"It was distressing to see so many worlds torn apart and so little done to mend them afterwards," he said.
In her Instagram post, Powell mentioned that Kyle was a cancer survivor and had recently welcomed a new son and grandson into his family.
Her message ended with an enthusiastic: "WATCH THIS SPACE!"