Oprah had cameras follow Lindsay around and record her post-rehab life for a new docu-series (a fancy name for a reality show) called Lindsay. The trailer is here, and saying this show looks intense would be the understatement of the year. More
Lindsay Lohan is penning a tell-all book about her life and recent experiences, and I don’t know about you but I’m signing up to pre-order for this mess on Amazon when the time comes. Sex! Drugs! Boy bands! Face-punching! Drunken Dr. Phil appearances! The possibilities for chapter names are endless, folks. More
In exciting news for people who like to watch former child stars self-destruct on a reality TV series that’s designed for celebrity tragedy rubberneckers, Oprah just gave Lindsay Lohan her own reality show on OWN. More
Last night America’s favorite wildly wealthy friend Oprah aired a very special episode of Oprah’s Next Chapter on OWN. She didn’t call it a very special episode because I think she thinks all her episodes are very special, but after you see how cute the clip is, you’ll understand why I personally felt obligated to type that. More
Krissy Wall is Director, Development & Programming, OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network. She previously worked her way up through Ashton Kutcher’s Katalyst Media from receptionist to Director of Unscripted Development. After a brief stint freelance producing for Bethenny Frankel’s Bravo TV show Bethenny Getting Married?, Krissy joined the network in 2010, and has been growing ever since. More
With the launch of her new television network OWN, Oprah’s been doing a lot of interviews lately. And talking to Piers Morgan on CNN last night, Oprah revealed how she dealt with getting pregnant at the age of 14. And it was pretty intense.
Oprah blamed her pregnancy at such a young age on bad choices and sexual abuse. She also said she dealt with it in a pretty drastic way.
Apparently she did “stupid things like drinking detergent and all that kind of crazy stuff that you do when you’re trying to get attention, when you’re really just trying to cry for help.”
Well, that’s original — Oprah Winfrey‘s new network, OWN, has announced a rehab-related series, called Inside Rehab. The series will be made up of eight hour-long episodes, which will give viewers “a rare look inside an eating disorder treatment facility.” (via TheWrap)
Now what will we watch when we’re home sick during the day? — Oprah Winfrey may be signing off from daytime TV in the fall of 2011, but she’ll soon after debut a new talk show called Oprah’s Next Chapter which will air about three nights a week on the Oprah Winfrey Network. (via Washington Post)