When is 60 Minutes – Stormy Daniels interview airing on CBS?
When is Stormy Daniels’ interview coming onto 60 Minutes? This is a question that we’ve seen raised many times online today and for one simple reason: All of the headlines surrounding it. There are reports that lawyers are trying to block the interview (which was conducted by Anderson Cooper), and because of that there is suddenly even more interest out there in seeing this segment.
For the time being, there is a bit of misinformation that is out there regarding whether or not the Stormy interview is airing either tonight or on an episode airing down the line. For the time being, though, we can tell you that the interview is being planned for next week per BuzzFeed News.
Could that change? Possibly, provided that CBS News can shift things and around and move the interview up. This could be a clever way on their part to act before there is anything lawyers can do to stop them. It would also enable them to capitalize on rampant publicity that is starting to spread across the interview for the interview. Would there be as much interest around it were it to air next week? Possibly, but there may not be anywhere near as much momentum behind it.
We suppose that there are some out there who don’t want to see the interview at all, but early expectations are that this is the first time in which Daniels will start to get candid about some of her experiences with Donald Trump. This is not her first appearance on television, having appeared recently on Jimmy Kimmel Live! — however, in that interview she danced around most questions due to a possible non-disclosure agreement, one that she apparently feels is now invalid.
For those who do want a great deal of news, though, know this: 60 Minutes is planning a two-hour episode tonight starting at 7:00 p.m. Eastern time. Remember that Daylight Savings Time is now officially in effect — it’s pretty easy to forget that on the first Sunday after springing forward. You can read a little bit more about what is coming via the preview below.
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