Teasers released on Monday morning spoke volumes about how the couple plan to position themselves in the two-hour TV special

Two hours
Again, before filming had even begun, CBS announced that it would be a 90-minute special.
Having conducted the interviews, reportedly over two days, the network has now extended the programme to two hours.
The decision is thought to have been made due to the strength of the couples comments, something likely to prompt unease in palace circles.
The Sussexes were not involved in the edit and had no control over the final production.
The decision to extend the running time will have been made by Harpo Productions, Ms Winfreys production company. The extension will, of course, also allow the company to shoe-horn more adverts into the programme, making it even more profitable.
The suggestion that Meghan has somehow been silenced by the Royal family is designed to gain sympathy for her agreeing to this prime-time, two-hour, no holds barred tete-a-tete.
The couple have come under scrutiny for agreeing to speak to the US chat show queen despite complaining of media intrusion and unwanted publicity. 
The couple are expected to argue that they deserve to give their side of the story – in the face of relentless and inaccurate press coverage, no doubt citing the legal action they have taken against the Mail on Sunday over the publication of Meghans letter to her father, Thomas Markle Snr and the disputed story about Harry and the Royal Marines. 
The palace is likely to look unfavourably on any suggestion Meghan wasnt allowed to have her say, however.
They will point to her Grenfell cookbook, the countless speeches she and Harry gave during engagements, the Queen taking her under her wing with a trip on the Royal train, and Meghan appearing to dominate the conversation during an outing with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge to lay out their charitable vision in February 2018.
Throughout, household staff have been at pains to point out that they “bent over backwards” to accommodate the Sussexes’ needs and demands.
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