Oprah sits down for a traditional Jewish meal with the Ginsbergs, a Hasidic family living in Brooklyn, New York, and discovers what it's like to grow up without television.
Aron and Shterna Ginsberg, a Hasidic couple with nine children, explain the importance of celebrating the Sabbath. Plus, Shterna reveals why Hasidic women cover their hair at all times.
Oprah sits down with Dinah Abrahamson and her children, Sarah and Yosef, one of few black Hasidic families. Find out how they became members of this close-knit community.
Sarah and Yosef may be different races, but they say their shared Hasidic faith, traditions and values transcend color. Watch as these newlyweds explain how they met and why race was never an issue.
Shterna and Aron Ginsberg, a Hasidic couple raising nine children in Brooklyn, New York, invite Oprah into their home to discuss everything from marriage and matchmakers to the value of women within their community.
Four Hasidic wives and mothers from Brooklyn, New York, get personal with Oprah and clear up common misconceptions about Hasidic couples' sex lives
For the first time ever, Oprah travels to Brooklyn, New York, to meet two Hasidic Jewish families, who lift the veil, revealing the secrets to their usually private and mysterious way of life. Watch a sneak preview!
In Part 2 of this all-new Oprah's Next Chapter, Oprah sits down with four Hasidic wives and mothers in Brooklyn, New York, for a no-holds-barred interview about their extremely controlled lifestyle.
The Ginsbergs, a Hasidic Jewish family in Brooklyn, New York, reveal why they agreed to talk to Oprah.
Before Brocha was a Hasidic wife and mother, she was an alternative radio DJ, who says music, TV and media were her life. Find out why she gave it all up for her faith.