02/24/2012 01:16 pm ET

Bruce Beresford-Redman, 'Survivor' Producer Accused Of Murder, Speaks Out In '48 Hours' Interview (VIDEO)

The former "Survivor" producer accused of murdering his wife in Mexico is speaking out for the first time, maintaining his innocence in a television interview.

According to CBS News, Bruce Beresford-Redman spoke with "48 Hours Mystery" via cell phone from a jail cell in Cancun where he is awaiting trial.

"Everyone seems to have decided a long time ago that I killed my wife," Beresford-Redman told the program. "I didn't kill my wife, I really didn't."

TV Guide reports that Beresford-Redman also said there are "no facts" to support claims that he killed his wife.

The interview will air Saturday, Feb. 25 on CBS.

Beresford-Redman became a suspect in the murder of the body of his wife, Monica Beresford-Redman, was found in a sewer near a Cancun resort where their family was staying 2010. Earlier this month, a Mexican judge ordered Beresford-Redman to stand trial.

As for why Beresford-Redman is just now deciding to speak publicly, TMZ previously cited unnamed sources in a report alleging he has been willing to give an interview, but only if the price was right.

Watch two clips from the upcoming interview posted above and below this article.