The Oprah Winfrey Network's next cycle of programming will begin Oct. 10 with the one-two punch of The Rosie Show and Oprah's Lifeclass, the network has announced in a release.
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Both are set to air daily. The former finds Rosie O'Donnell once again hosting a talk show, in which she is expected to cover "current events, spotlight hometown heroes and newsmakers, showcase the arts, celebrate kids and families, as well as feature well-known and upcoming talent." Oprah's Lifeclass will sift through 25 years of The Oprah Winfrey Show to share "the lessons that matter most" to Winfrey. There will be accompanying coursework (!) on Oprah.com.
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Among OWN's other new offerings are the gotcha-wedding reality show Don't Tell the Bride, the soul-food-and-song candid reality show Welcome to Sweetie Pie's and the celeb-probing Visionaries: Life Inside the Creative Mind. Ask Oprah's All Stars and Our America with Lisa Ling are set to return for second seasons.
The full new OWN schedule is below:
MONDAY-FRIDAY (starting Oct. 10)
7 p.m. The Rosie Show
8 p.m. Oprah's Lifeclass
SATURDAY (starting Oct. 15)
9 p.m. Welcome to Sweetie Pie's
10 p.m. Don't Tell the Bride
SUNDAY (starting Oct. 16)
8 p.m. Ask Oprah's All Stars
9 p.m. Our America with Lisa Ling
10 p.m. Visionaries: Inside the Creative Mind