After 25 years of celebrities and newsmakers coming to The Oprah Winfrey Show, Oprah Winfrey will now go to them.
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Premiering Sunday, Jan. 1 at 9/8c on OWN, Oprah's Next Chapter will see the prolific host venturing out in the field to conduct in-depth interviews and hold thought-provoking conversations.
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It's not so hard to get in touch with Oprah Winfrey. For the past few weeks, viewers who've followed the former Queen of Daytime into prime time on her eponymous cable network have found themselves able to engage in real-time conversations with Winfrey via Skype, Facebook and Twitter during the nightly series Oprah's Lifeclass (Monday-through-Friday, 8/7c, OWN).
During the live part of last Friday's show, which filmed in Los Angeles, a young man named Harel beamed in via Skype from Israel to ask Winfrey herself for some advice; simply, he'd been having a bit of an existential crisis. She shared her own thoughts on giving back and then read him a comment from a Facebook userread more
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How will Jim and Pam handle the new baby on The Office? — Marisa
NATALIE: With Pam's hormones in overdrive, she won't know who to trust, causing her to seek out an unlikely ally. "She's clearly in a position where everyone is lying to her to make her feel better, except for Dwight, and she starts to think he's the only person she can trust," executive producer Paul Lieberstein says. After she gives birth, though, it'll be Jim who has problems. "Usually, he wants to get out of work, but it might be a little easier for him at work than at home."
Any news on Calleigh and Eric getting back together on CSI: Miami? — Lizzie, via Twitter
ADAM: There will be definite movement on that front in the Season 10 premiere. "Right away in the first episode, we...read more