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.
Oprah sits down with Emmy award-winning producer Mark Burnett—the man behind Survivor, The Apprentice and The Voice—to discuss his illustrious career. Most recently, Mark teamed up with his wife, Emmy-nominated actress Roma Downey, to create the television phenomenon The Bible. Now, this husband-and-wife team discuss their personal mission behind the project and the controversy around the series. Plus, Oprah speaks with Diogo Morgado, the actor who portrays Jesus.
Oprah visits Oscar®-winning actress Jane Fonda and her adopted African-American daughter, Mary Williams, for their first-ever interview together. They discuss how they met, and Mary shares what it was like becoming a part of Jane's larger-than-life world. Jane's biological son, Troy, also joins the conversation, relating what it was like to have Mary come into their family. Later, Oprah and Jane speak one-on-one about love, motherhood and the importance of giving back to the world.
Oprah travels to Silicon Valley to have lunch with Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg, the woman who ignited a firestorm with the release of her new book, Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead. Sheryl takes Oprah to her favorite restaurant, the place where she and Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg first sat down to discuss her future at his company. Sheryl opens up about her famous boss, life inside Facebook and how she manages 1 billion users worldwide and still makes it home in time for dinner with her family.
Later, Oprah travels to the Bronx to sit down with Associate Justice Sonia Sotomayor, the first Latina and third woman to ever serve on the U.S. Supreme Court. The two meet at the justice's alma mater, Cardinal Spellman High School, where Justice Sotomayor chats with Oprah about her revealing memoir, her humble beginnings, the promises she made to President Obama and the perils of dating when you sit on the highest court in the land.
Do you believe in miracles? Oprah travels to a remote corner of Brazil to meet John of God, a man known as the world's most famous faith healer and spiritual medium. She visits the Casa, the spiritual healing center in Abadiania, Brazil, where John of God claims to have performed unexplained miracles for more than 20 years. Plus, Oprah gets an up-close look at surgeries performed on the sick—seemingly without the use of anesthesia or sterilization.
Oprah also talks with a man who traveled all the way from Sweden to go under the knife for a shocking surgery. Then, she sits down with five Americans who've come to South America hoping that John of God, the "miracle man of Brazil," can rid them of their physical, emotional and spiritual ailments. The group includes a nurse, a doctor and a physicist—yet none of them can explain the unbelievable events they witness on this day.
Chelsea Handler talks to Oprah about her successful show; her millionaire beau, André Balazs; her difficult relationship with her father; and how getting a DUI at 21 launched her stand-up career.