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Oprah Winfrey to Move Into Primetime With New Show Oprah's Next Chapter on OWN 2010-04-08 11:30:24

Oprah's Here to Stay! Will You Keep Watching?

You didn't think she'd actually go so soon, did you? Oprah may be hanging up her hat on daytime TV, but today she announced that she'll soon be appearing in the evenings via her channel, OWN.

In a one-hour series titled Oprah's Next Chapter, fans will get to follow the talk show queen as she travels across the globe to interview people of note. The show is set to air two to three times a week starting in late 2011 — shortly after she says goodbye to her long-running program.

Part of the reason I don't regularly watch Oprah now is because it airs during the day. Switching to later hours would help that convenience factor, but then again, I'm not sure I'd pass up watching, say, Parks and Recreation when choosing how to spend my evenings. How about you?

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snarkypants snarkypants 7 years
yeah, what about the "never watched it, won't watch it now" option?
danielle854 danielle854 7 years
Nothing against her show, but the only time I've watched Oprah was yesterday when the Glee kids were on. However, I don't think that really counted because I watched the clip online.
skigurl skigurl 7 years
i don't make a point to watch it, but if i'm home when it's on i sometimes will tune in...i like oprah but i agree the daytime timeslot just doesn't fit my schedule that said, i would also watch if it were at night if i was around and it was on and nothing else was...but it wouldn't (probably) be something i'd PVR unless it was featuring a specific guest or topic i was very interested in
rossy rossy 7 years
Over the many years, the ONLY time I ever watched "The Oprah Winfrey Show" was when certain guests appeared - So I think I saw her show like 10-11 times in all. I tried other times here & there but never the entire show. Just like I've never watched the View... neither show appealing to me. - I won't be watching this one either because I don't want to pay for that network or its Canadian equivalent, thank you very much. Now if it appeared on "Discovery" or "TLC", I might give it a look-see before judging. I'll save my money for something else. - The network "OWN" is her concept - she'll control everything about it, right. But wasn't she involved with another network a few ago - a collaboration that went bust pretty quickly while her magazine, "O" is celebrating its 10th. anniversary. Or am I wrong? - Anyway, lets hope she employs a lot of people of diverse backgrounds, & for that reason alone, may "OWN" make it in the ratings.
anakiya anakiya 7 years
I guess it depends on what the show is about. Her interview style sometimes is a little too mushy but there are other times when I truly enjoy her style. Whatever one feels about her she is a great role model for women of all ages. Watching her couldn't hurt.
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