Take heart, James Frey. Oprah Winfrey can be forgiving. The daytime talk queen has selected Jonathan Franzen's Freedom as the next selection of her book club, according to The Associated Press.
HBO is developing a new drama about the porn industry, a network rep tells TVGuide.com.
Entourage's Steve Levinson and Mark Wahlberg will serve as executive producers alongside author James Frey, who is also writing the pilot.
Oprah apologizes to author James Frey
"We're going to make a sprawling epic about...
Oprah Winfrey has apologized to James Frey for slamming him on her talk show after news broke that the author fabricated parts of his memoir.
"It was a nice surprise to hear from her, and I really appreciated the call and the sentiment," Frey told Vanity Fair. "When I heard her say ...
It's A Million Little Pieces all over again. Margaret B. Jones, a biracial gangbanger who shared her story of running drugs in South Central L.A. in Love and Consequences recently hailed by O, The Oprah Magazine as "a startlingly tender memoir" has been revealed to actually be Margaret Seltzer, a well-off 33-year-old from the San Fernando Valley. The publisher says it is "saddened" by this deception, and is offering refunds to anyone who bought the book. The editor in chief of O, in turn, notes that while Love and Consequences "was a great read, we now know that it should have been classified as fiction."My question: Did "James Frey" ever buy drugs from "Margaret Jones"?
Question: I know it's not like you can pick up the phone and ask her or anything, but your answer about Barbara Stock leaving Spenser and then coming back reminded me of a question that's sort of the same. How come Oprah stopped doing her book club on Oprah Winfrey, then started it up again? Did she run out of books she liked or something?
Answer: She didn't run out of books, Katie; she ran out of time — or thought she had, anyway. And I may not be able to pick up the phone and call, but luckily Oprah already talked about it in a TV Guide interview