Oprah sits down with Hugh Jackman, the man behind the iconic Wolverine character from the X-Men franchise and one of Oprah's all-time favorite leading men. Hugh discusses his two children with his wife of 17 years, Australian actress Deborra-Lee Furness, and the discipline it takes to maintain his chiseled body.
The two also talk about his Oscar®-nominated performance in Les Misérables and his relationship with his mother, who left the family when Hugh was just 8 years old.
Oprah sits down for an in-depth conversation with some of Hollywood's most powerful female African-American actresses, including Alfre Woodard, Viola Davis, Phylicia Rashad and Gabrielle Union.
The iconic actresses open up about the challenges, criticism and competition they face as African-American women in the entertainment industry. Plus, the women shed light on a topic that is not often discussed in the entertainment industry.
Oprah sits down with nine-time Grammy winner John Legend at his home in Hollywood Hills, California, to talk about his first solo album in five years, his passion for education and politics, and his friendship with collaborator and executive producer Kanye West.
John's fiancée, Chrissy Teigen—a model, TV host and Twitter personality—joins the conversation to discuss their relationship and tabloid rumors of infidelity.
Oprah makes a special visit to the set of the hit television singing competition The Voice and sits down with all four coaches—Usher, Shakira, Blake Shelton and Adam Levine—who share their personal journeys as artists and how their lives have been affected by the show. Plus, Shakira discusses the challenges of motherhood, Usher shares how he learned to navigate the music industry at a young age, Blake opens up about his marriage to country superstar Miranda Lambert, and Adam reveals what he keeps in his bedroom.
Then, Oprah takes a tour of the set and catches up with host Carson Daly, producer Mark Burnett and social media correspondent Christina Milian. Finally, Oprah surprises the top 10 artists as they prepare for a live elimination!
Oprah sits down with Tyler Perry at his home in Los Angeles. The two friends discuss his life and career as a writer, producer, director and actor, including his creative process, how his experiences have influenced his craft, and the stories behind OWN's first two scripted shows, The Haves and the Have Nots and Love Thy Neighbor. Plus, Tyler opens up about his past, engagement rumors, his friendship with Whitney Houston and how he really feels when he reads reviews by his critics.
Oprah speaks with NBA player Jason Collins; his twin brother, Jarron; and the Collins family in their first interview together since Jason became the first active male professional athlete in one of the four major American team sports to announce he's gay. Jason reflects on the worldwide reaction following his decision to come out publicly, and relates how he hopes his story will further the conversation around equality.
Oprah and Jason are joined by his twin brother, former NBA player Jarron Collins; his parents, Portia and Paul Collins; and his sister-in-law, Elsa Collins. Plus, meet the first family member Jason came out to—Teri Jackson, his aunt and a San Francisco Superior Court judge.