The controversial yet iconic figure, Oprah Winfrey, is making her way back into your homes, onto your television screens and maybe even back into your hearts.
Yesterday, Winfrey announced that she will be “bringing humanity back to the conversation” with her new talk show, “The Oprah Conversation”. Winfrey continued by saying the conversations will “unite us-not divide us.”
Like many talk shows being filmed and aired during this pandemic, “The Oprah Conversation” will be filmed remotely.
This talk show will be the latest in a list of Winfrey talk shows on Apple TV. However, “The Oprah Conversation” will be different from “Oprah’s Book Club” and “Oprah Talks COVID-19” and will target the racial climate of the United States. The first episode is titled “How to Be an Antiracist” and the second episode is titled “ Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black Man.”
“The Oprah Conversation” will be premiering on July 30 at 7 p.m. on Apple TV. Oh, and the best part is … it’s free.