LOS ANGELES – Paris Hilton plans to appear on CNN's "Larry King Live" on Wednesday night in what will be her first television interview upon being released from jail, a spokeswoman for King said Saturday.
"We do have Paris on Wednesday," said the show's spokeswoman, Bridget Leininger. "She'll do the whole hour."
The show will air from 9 to 10 p.m. EDT.
CNN's announcement followed word from ABC on Friday that it had turned down an interview with Hilton and an announcement from NBC that it was interested in talking to Hilton but only if she did not request payment.
Leininger didn't say if CNN was paying for the interview.
Hilton spokesman Elliott Mintz didn't immediately return a call for comment.
Hilton is still in jail, serving a 45-day sentence for violating probation in an alcohol-related reckless driving case. Sheriff's Department officials announced Friday that they expect to release her sometime Tuesday. They have declined to say exactly when.
Although her sentence was for 45 days, authorities have said all along that with time off for good behavior and because of crowded jail conditions Hilton was likely to serve only 23 days.
If she is released on Tuesday, it will mark the 24th day since she surrendered to jailers following an appearance at the MTV Movie Awards.