Viewers weren’t sure what to think of one “This Morning” guest on Wednesday.

Michael Peterson, who is the subject of the true-crime drama “The Staircase” starring Colin Firth and Toni Collette, chatted to hosts Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield about his story.

Peterson, who is now 78, was previously found guilty of murdering his wife Kathleen Peterson, who was found dead at the bottom of the staircase in their home in 2001.

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He was granted a retrial in 2017 and was set free on a reduced charge of manslaughter after eight years in prison.

Peterson, who has insisted he’s innocent and believes his wife fell, said of whether he’s seen the new documentary surrounding his case, “No, I have not. No one in my family has watched it.”

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He said he was in prison for eight years and that he doesn’t want to watch any prison movies or anything similar right now, and definitely doesn’t want to see something when he’s lived it.

Some viewers couldn’t understand why “This Morning” invited Peterson on the show:

Others accused Schofield of being harsh after he made a joke about Peterson nearly falling down a staircase himself at the end of the interview: