Super Soul Sunday Episodes

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Super Soul Sunday Season 1 episodes

What's Right With the World? Season 1, Episode 8

Tom Shadyac's documentary "I Am," an indictment of materialism. Also: an April 2011 "Oprah Winfrey Show" interview with Shadyac, the director of "Patch Adams" and "Bruce Almighty," who discusses his (voluntary) riches-to-rags story. read more

Super Soul Marathon Season 1, Episode 7

Interviews with spiritual writers Wayne Dyer and Mark Nepo, and Rev. Ed Bacon, rector of All Saints Episcopal Church in Pasadena, Cal. read more

The Journey Within Season 1, Episode 6

Elizabeth Gilbert on her book "Eat, Pray, Love"; the Omega Institute's Elizabeth Lesser on hope and spiritual healing; Iyanla Vanzant on letting go of anger. read more

Unexpected Gifts Season 1, Episode 5

An interview with neuroscientist (and former stroke patient) Jill Bolte Taylor. Also: "Emmanuel's Gift," a film (narrated by Oprah) about Emmanuel Ofosu Yeboah, a young man from Ghana born with a deformed leg who became an athlete and a national hero. read more

Earth Love Season 1, Episode 4

Included: the No Impact Man living-off-the-grid movement; segments on plants from the 2010 Discovery Health series "Life." read more

Finding Beauty Season 1, Episode 3

Rainn Wilson discusses his Web site, SoulPancake. Also: the documentary "A Man Named Pearl," which profiles Pearl Fryar, a self-taught topiary artist who was motivated to create an awe-inspiring garden by a bigot's remark. read more

Crazy Sexy Life Season 1, Episode 2

Actress Kris Carr screens and discusses "Crazy Sexy Cancer," her film about her search for a cancer cure and what she learned in the process. Carr also updates her life since the film's release. Also: Oprah interviews self-help author Kathy Freston. read more

The World Beyond Season 1, Episode 1

Series premiere: A Sunday-morning spiritual and self-help grab bag, featuring documentaries, short films and Oprah Winfrey interviews. Her guest on the opener: filmmaker Jonas Elrod, who says he can see angels and ghosts and made a film about it, "Wake Up," which is shown. Winfrey also interviews Elrod's girlfriend, Mara Evans, who appears in the film. Also: the debut of a series of short films exploring "life's big questions," produced by Rainn Wilson's production company, SoulPancake. read more

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Premiered: October 16, 2011, on OWN
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Premise: A Sunday-morning spiritual and self-help grab bag, with documentaries and Oprah Winfrey interviews as well as short pieces from the production company Soul Pancake.


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