Sir Tom appeared on Life Stories in 2020 (Picture: ITV)
The show, which was originally broadcast last September, will air after the ITV news at 10.45pm.
The episode saw Sir Tom share stories from his life and discuss his fundraising efforts during lockdown, which raised an incredible £33million for NHS charities.
ITV has also announced that a special episode of Good Morning Britain commemorating Sir Tom will air on Wednesday from 6am.
The Second World War veteran’s death was confirmed by his family on Tuesday, after Sir Tom tested positive for coronavirus.
Good Morning Britain host Piers led the celebrity tributes by writing: ‘RIP Captain Sir Tom Moore, 100. A magnificent man. A national hero.
‘In our darkest hour since WW2, he rallied Britain with his resilience, courage and optimism. ‘Let us all heed his mantra in our own lives: “Tomorrow will be a good day.” Thank you, Tom.’
Sir Tom died on Tuesday aged 100 (Picture: Chris Jackson/Getty Images)
BBC Breakfast host Naga Munchetty tweeted an emoji of a broken heart while singer Katherine Jenkins said: ‘Tomorrow will be a good day because of how brightly you shone in all our lives. Thank you for bringing us hope and strength. An angel amongst the angels. RIP Captain Sir Tom.’
‘Thanks for everything Sir Tom,’ the NHS UK Twitter account wrote, accompanied by a blue heart.
Sir Tom rose to national treasure status due to his incredible determination in 2020. He successfully completed a challenge of walking 100 laps around his garden before he turned 100 last April.
At first he aimed to raise just £1,000 for the health service, but his efforts were picked up around the world and the donations came pouring in to raise £33million
Piers Morgan’s Life Stories with Sir Tom Moore airs tonight at 10.45pm on ITV.
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