Oprah sits down with Tyler Perry at his home in Los Angeles. The two friends discuss his life and career, how he has navigated Hollywood on his own terms and the creative process behind OWN's first two scripted shows.
The day NBA center Jason Collins sat down to tell his coming-out story to a reporter from Sports Illustrated, he read a quote from the daily prayer book his grandmother gave him. Watch as Oprah recites the quote and asks Jason how it felt to take off the mask he'd been wearing for so many years.
Before coming out of the closet, Jason Collins was engaged to be married to his college sweetheart, former WNBA player Carolyn Moos, until he called off the wedding in 2009. Does he have regrets about how he ended the relationship? Find out now.
NBA center Jason Collins says Teri Jackson, his aunt and the first female African-American Superior Court judge in San Francisco, has a discerning eye. When Jason called to tell her he was gay, Judge Jackson says, she already knew. Watch as she opens up about their phone call and her sixth sense.
For decades, NBA player Jason Collins struggled with his sexuality and hid his truth from those he loved most, even his parents, Portia and Paul Collins. Now, Portia and Paul open up about the day their son told them he was gay.
Jason Collins began his Sports Illustrated cover story with these lines: 'I'm a 34-year-old NBA center. I'm black. And I'm gay.' How does race play a role in his story? Watch as Jason and Oprah discuss the stigma of being gay in African-American culture. Plus, find out how Jason's gay uncle served as a role model.
On April 29, 2013, NBA player Jason Collins made a pubic declaration about his homosexuality. Despite his willingness to come forward, Jason tells Oprah, he wants to keep his personal life as private as possible. What does he think will happen the first time he steps out with a partner?
Jarron Collins says he never suspected that he and his twin brother, Jason Collins, didn't share the same interest in women until his brother sat him down and revealed that he was gay. Watch as Jarron tells Oprah about his initial reaction and shares the first questions he asked Jason.
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 a major American team sport to announce he's gay. Tune in May 5 at 7:30/6:30c.
Actress Roma Downey says the idea for 'The Bible,' which she produced alongside her husband, Mark Burnett, came from God. Watch as Roma and Mark tell Oprah how seeing 'The Ten Commandments,' the classic 1956 film starring Charlton Heston, through the eyes of their teenage children got the ball rolling.