Oprah Winfrey said that her next move following the end of her long-running talk show would be to get out of the studio and start exploring, and she does just that in Sunday's episode of "Oprah's Next Chapter."
The media mogul chronicles her first trip to India in Sunday's episode, and she packs in quite a bit. Not only does she visit the Taj Mahal and meet Bollywood stars, but she also sees what it's like to live in a 10-foot-by-10-foot home, as one family does, and visits with another for a traditional Indian meal.
"There is nothing like this country," Oprah says in a preview clip. "I'm forever changed by this experience."
You can check out photos from Oprah's visit to Mumbai here, and watch her experience in the country Sunday on OWN at 9 p.m. ET.
Having her OWN network has been more than she bargained for, CEO and media personality Oprah Winfrey said Monday.
After canceling Rosie O'Donnell's primetime program on OWN and conducting what she calls the painful task of laying off 30 of her staffers at the developing network, Winfrey told "CBS This Morning" that the road to developing OWN has been so rocky, that she might even consider doing something different if given the opportunity.
"Creating a network was something that I'd wanted to do. Had I known that it was this difficult, I might've done something else," she told "CBS This Morning's" Charlie Rose and her gal pal Gayle King. "I didn't think it was going to be easy, but if I knew then what I know now, I might've made some different choices."
Whitney Houston's sister-in-law Patricia Houston doesn't appear to be holding back in a preview of her interview with Oprah Winfrey, which will air Sunday.
When Winfrey inquires if Patricia thought drugs would one day cause Houston's death, Patricia says, "The handwriting was kind of on the wall. I would be kidding myself to say otherwise."
But, she continues, "things were changing" with Houston, and "very much so."
Everyone's thoughts have been with Whitney Houston's daughter Bobbi Kristina as she copes with her mother's sudden death, and we'll soon hear from the 18-year-old herself.
Oprah Winfrey has announced that she'll sit down with Bobbi Kristina as well as other members of the Houston family for an interview airing on OWN Sunday, March 11 at 9 p.m. ET/PT.
Presented as a special episode of "Oprah's Next Chapter," Bobbi Kristina will recall memories of her mother and how she wants the world to remember the legendary entertainer.
Oprah will spend her 58th birthday with media tycoon Ted Turner… on TV, that is.
The birthday girl interviews Turner about his hard work and achievements on Sunday’s episode of “Oprah's Master Class” - Winfrey’s OWN talk show that features a “look into the minds of true modern masters,” according to Oprah.com.
During the interview, Turner, who created CNN in 1980, tells the talk show host how he came up with the idea for the Cable News Network:
At O Magazine’s annual O You! event, Oprah and her all-stars taught 5,000 people how to live their best lives.
From tips on organizing your cluttered home, to advice on taking charge of your personal finances – here are the CliffsNotes from Saturday's conference:
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