Diogo Morgado, the Portuguese actor best known as 'Hot Jesus' to many fans of the miniseries 'The Bible,' reveals how he prepared for the role of a lifetime and found Jesus' voice. Plus, executive producer Roma Downey opens up about the first time she saw Diogo and why he was the answer to her prayers.
Two weeks into the epic miniseries 'The Bible,' executive producers Mark Burnett and Roma Downey found themselves in the midst of a controversy. An outpouring of viewers took to the Internet to complain that their depiction of Satan bore a striking resemblance to President Barack Obama. Watch as Roma tells Oprah why she was 'horrified' and 'saddened' by the comparison.
Since its premiere in March 2013, 100 million people have watched 'The Bible,' a miniseries produced by the husband-and-wife team of Mark Burnett and Roma Downey. What does the success of this series say about our culture? Watch as Roma shares what she believes viewers are yearning for. Plus, Mark and Roma discuss the show's primetime rival, AMC's 'The Walking Dead.'
Diogo Morgado, the Portuguese actor who portrayed Jesus in the miniseries 'The Bible,' says the crucifixion scene haunted him during filming. Watch as he discusses the emotional scene, which took three days to tape, and shares what he saw while affixed to the cross.
Mark Burnett, executive producer of the hit reality singing competition 'The Voice,' says the show's success proves that the nation is in the right place for hope. Watch as he explains how a televised competition built around kindness and talent won the ratings war against perennial favorite 'American Idol.'
Oprah Winfrey sits down with Emmy award-winning producer Mark Burnett and Emmy-nominated actress Roma Downey, the husband-and-wife team behind the hit television miniseries 'The Bible.'
At 75 years old, actress Jane Fonda has lived a life many can only dream of. Now, she's sitting down with Oprah in what she calls her "third act" house to discuss her adopted daughter and her thoughts on aging. Watch as Jane reveals her insights from her battle with breast cancer, what she's learned about sex through the years and why she still feels young.
In 1991, Oscar-winning actress Jane Fonda married billionaire Ted Turner. When the Fonda and Turner families came together, Ted made a lasting connection to Jane's adopted African-American daughter, Mary Williams, who admits to Oprah that she originally had reservations about Ted. Watch to see why Mary now considers Ted the father figure she never had. Plus, Mary recalls her first Thanksgiving at Ted's Southern plantation.
When she was 14, Mary Williams moved from the poverty-stricken streets of East Oakland, California, to Jane Fonda's hacienda in Santa Monica, California, becoming the adopted daughter many people didn't know the Oscar-winning actress even had. She joined Jane's children from her first two marriages: Vanessa, who was 15, and Troy, who was just 12. Watch as Troy reflects on what it was like to gain another big sister and why Mary's race was never a factor in his family.
In 1979, Oscar-winning actress Jane Fonda met a teenager named Mary Williams at her performing arts camp. Mary lived in a rough part of Oakland, California, and was being raised as one of six children by her mother in a single-parent home after Mary's father had been incarcerated. At camp, Jane and Mary took an immediate liking to one another. Four years after they met, Jane invited Mary into her home and offered Mary a future she could never dream of. Mary says Jane's invitation was a "lifeline" during a traumatic part of her life. Watch as Mary opens up about surviving sexual assault as a teenager and the light that helped her through.