Baby Reindeer's 'Real life Martha' hit with a barrage of questions from Piers Morgan in trailer for explosive interview

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A new trailer has dropped for the interview set to air tonight, featuring Piers Morgan firing a barrage of questions at the real-life Martha from Baby Reindeer.

Baby Reindeer, created by Richard Gadd, has taken the streaming world by storm, soaring to number one on Netflix charts globally.

Gadd, who not only conceived the show but also portrays the character of Donny, has woven a chilling narrative drawing from his own experiences, notably his revelations about past sexual abuse during his early days as a comedian.

The series centers around the unsettling dynamic between Donny and Martha, as a seemingly innocuous gesture spirals into a world of chaos.

Check out the trailer for the 'real life Martha' interview below:


Since its release, fans have been on a quest to unravel the identities of the characters.

Despite Gadd pleading with viewers not to track down the person who inspired the character, the internet, and now various journalists, did just that.

Identified as Fiona Harvey, she has recently sat down with Piers Morgan to have her say on recent events, and the trailer for the show looks explosive.

In the teaser, Morgan can be seen probing Harvey with questions such as: "Have you ever been to prison?" and "Did you ever turn up at his house?"


Harvey, however, expressed mixed feelings about the interview process, disclosing that she felt "a bit used" after her encounter with Morgan.

She recounted her discomfort with Morgan's line of questioning, particularly his relentless focus on Gadd and the alleged emails she is said to have sent.

"It seemed to me that I was set up. I feel a bit used," Harvey remarked, reflecting on her exchange with Morgan. Despite Morgan's characterization of the interview as a "sparring match."

Richard Gadd is the creator of the hit series. Credit: Araya Doheny/Getty

In a recent Netflix panel, Gadd reflected on his own experiences with stalking, acknowledging the relentlessness of the ordeal and his conflicting emotions toward his stalker.

"I remember when I was getting stalked, it was relentless and felt like it was everywhere, and I felt like my life wasn’t really functioning. I still had these unbelievable pangs of feeling sorry for her," he said, per the Hollywood Reporter.

Gadd alongside Jessica Gunning who played Martha. Credit: Rodin Eckenroth/Getty

He went on: "I never saw someone who was a villain. I saw someone who was lost by the system, really. I saw someone who needed help and wasn’t getting it."

The interview is scheduled to premiere tonight on the Piers Morgan Uncensored YouTube channel at 8:00PM UK time and 3:00PM ET in the US.

Featured image credit: Rodin Eckenroth/Getty

Baby Reindeer's 'Real life Martha' hit with a barrage of questions from Piers Morgan in trailer for explosive interview

vt-author-image

By VT

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A new trailer has dropped for the interview set to air tonight, featuring Piers Morgan firing a barrage of questions at the real-life Martha from Baby Reindeer.

Baby Reindeer, created by Richard Gadd, has taken the streaming world by storm, soaring to number one on Netflix charts globally.

Gadd, who not only conceived the show but also portrays the character of Donny, has woven a chilling narrative drawing from his own experiences, notably his revelations about past sexual abuse during his early days as a comedian.

The series centers around the unsettling dynamic between Donny and Martha, as a seemingly innocuous gesture spirals into a world of chaos.

Check out the trailer for the 'real life Martha' interview below:


Since its release, fans have been on a quest to unravel the identities of the characters.

Despite Gadd pleading with viewers not to track down the person who inspired the character, the internet, and now various journalists, did just that.

Identified as Fiona Harvey, she has recently sat down with Piers Morgan to have her say on recent events, and the trailer for the show looks explosive.

In the teaser, Morgan can be seen probing Harvey with questions such as: "Have you ever been to prison?" and "Did you ever turn up at his house?"


Harvey, however, expressed mixed feelings about the interview process, disclosing that she felt "a bit used" after her encounter with Morgan.

She recounted her discomfort with Morgan's line of questioning, particularly his relentless focus on Gadd and the alleged emails she is said to have sent.

"It seemed to me that I was set up. I feel a bit used," Harvey remarked, reflecting on her exchange with Morgan. Despite Morgan's characterization of the interview as a "sparring match."

Richard Gadd is the creator of the hit series. Credit: Araya Doheny/Getty

In a recent Netflix panel, Gadd reflected on his own experiences with stalking, acknowledging the relentlessness of the ordeal and his conflicting emotions toward his stalker.

"I remember when I was getting stalked, it was relentless and felt like it was everywhere, and I felt like my life wasn’t really functioning. I still had these unbelievable pangs of feeling sorry for her," he said, per the Hollywood Reporter.

Gadd alongside Jessica Gunning who played Martha. Credit: Rodin Eckenroth/Getty

He went on: "I never saw someone who was a villain. I saw someone who was lost by the system, really. I saw someone who needed help and wasn’t getting it."

The interview is scheduled to premiere tonight on the Piers Morgan Uncensored YouTube channel at 8:00PM UK time and 3:00PM ET in the US.

Featured image credit: Rodin Eckenroth/Getty