Oprah visits basketball legend Earvin "Magic" Johnson at his Los Angeles home to talk about the retired NBA star's historic career with the L.A. Lakers, his HIV diagnosis and the person who helped him get through one of the most challenging times of his life. Magic also talks about the business empire he built and how his 17 schools are giving dropouts second chances. Later, Cookie Johnson, Magic's wife of 22 years, joins the conversation as she and Magic discuss their support for their openly gay son, E.J., and Magic's health today.
Oprah visits R&B powerhouse Kenny "Babyface" Edmonds at his home in Los Angeles to discuss Love, Marriage & Divorce, his upcoming duet album with Toni Braxton. The 10-time Grammy winner talks about the stories behind his biggest hits, his process for creating music, and his fiancée. Babyface also opens up about his very public divorce and the effect it's had on his children.
Oprah sits down with the Rev. Al Sharpton for an open and revealing conversation about race in America, how his role as a civil rights activist has shifted, and the moment that changed his life. They also discuss his new book, The Rejected Stone, what drives him to stand up for causes he believes in, and his dramatic weight loss.
Later, his daughters, Ashley and Dominique, join the conversation in their first interview together. They share how their father has shaped their lives and their plans for the future.
Oprah meets with Oscar®-nominated filmmaker Spike Lee at the Brooklyn, New York, headquarters of his studio, 40 Acres and a Mule Filmworks. Oprah and Spike have a candid conversation about the acclaimed actors he's worked with, including Denzel Washington and Samuel L. Jackson, how far he has come in his career since his film Do the Right Thing, and his thoughts on fatherhood.
Oprah and music legend Patti LaBelle meet at the famed Apollo Theater for a conversation about Patti's iconic 50 years in show business. Patti discusses her rumored feud with Diana Ross and how Oprah's Legends Ball brought them together. Plus, the singer shares what it's like to have her son as her business manager. Patti also opens up about how she is combating her type 2 diabetes, and reveals the hardest life lesson she's had to learn.
Oprah hosts a conversation about being gay in America with comedian Wanda Sykes, Modern Family star Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Dan Bucatinsky, who won an Emmy for his role on Scandal. The actors share when they knew they were gay, how they came out, the reactions from family members and the process of acceptance.
Plus, they discuss the state of television and the impact being gay has had on their careers in Hollywood. The trio also open up about parenting, marriage equality and the importance of role models within the community.