Sarah Ferguson says her OWN docu-series Finding Sarah is not about her.
"Whatever [viewers] get from this is their choice," she says. "I've made mistakes, I'm human ... if you can relate to my ways and my demons then I hope it helps, but it's about them not me."
In the six-part series, the Dutchess of York sets out to put her life in order after many publicized set-backs like her divorce to Prince Andrew. Along the way she deals with her weight, finances and relationships by receiving help from experts like Dr. Phil and Suze Orman. Dr. Phil calls her "emotionally bankrupt" in an early episode and Ferguson admits to us he was right.
Fans of Oprah Winfrey's brand of feel-good, heartstring-tugging programming got a week-late Christmas present on New Year's Day, as the daytime queen's eponymous cable network, OWN, finally hit the air.
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Winfrey, who will leave behind her No. 1 syndicated talk show this spring after 25 years on the air, hosted the first hour of programming, previewing some of the original series she is most excited about. While continuously reinforcing the network's "live your best life now" mantra, Winfrey introduced gripping and sometimes tear-jerking sizzle reels.
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Sarah Ferguson is headed to Oprah Winfrey's OWN Network with a six-part series documenting the Duchess of York's struggle to rebuild her life and put the past behind her, the network announced Friday.
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