It looks as if The Bible has been a godsend. Last year's History miniseries averaged 11.4 million viewers overall, kicking off a new surge of religious-themed programming. ABC's new back-from-the-dead drama Resurrection, with its faith-based undercurrents, is averaging 10.2 million viewers, and the box-office success of such movies as ...read more
Toni Braxton will star as Darlene Love in My Name Is Love: The Darlene Love Story, an upcoming TV movie about the singer that will air on OWN in December, the network announced Thursday.
In addition, Octavia Spencer will star in a two-night event miniseries tentatively titled Tulsa, about the largest race riot in U.S. history, in Tulsa, Okla. Spencer will play journalist Mattie Clay.read more
Three episodes into Lindsay Lohan's OWN docu-series and we finally get the Oprah smackdown we've been waiting for.
On Sunday's episode, Oprah had a sit-down with Lohan after she continually showed up late for shooting, even refusing to film on some occasions. Once the two sat face-to-face, Lilo agreed with everything Lady O had to say.
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"I believe that you believe that this is the time to turn this around for yourself," Oprah said. "If that is the case, you're not going to f--- up."
"I need to hear that from you because it helps and empowers me," Lindsay responded.
"Just cut the bullsh--," Oprah then said.
In the second part of their chat, Oprah asked the actress about her sobriety. As Lohan tries to answer, we finally see the emotional side of the actress rather than the chain-smoking, pissed-off entitled celebrity we've seen thus far.read more