Fans outside WaMu Theater

There's only one city big enough for the season premiere of The Oprah Winfrey Show—New York! These enthusiastic fans are waiting outside to be let into the WaMu Theater at Madison Square Garden, where David Letterman will make his long-awaited debut on The Oprah Show.
Gayle gets ready for the premiere.

Oprah's best friend Gayle King gets her hair done before the season premiere.

Outside the theater, Oprah says "Hey!" to all her fans.
Sally Lou

Back inside the theater, Sally Lou talks to the audience to rev them up for the live show with David Letterman.
Oprah talks to the audience.

Oprah on stage at the 2007 season premiere of her show, featuring David Letterman.
The cameras are rolling.

The cameras are ready and rolling as Oprah interviews David Letterman for the 2007 season premiere show.
Oprah consults with an executive producer and stage manager.

As she prepares to begin the taping of Six Years Later—The Children of September 11, Oprah consults with Sheri, an executive producer, and Dean, the stage manager, on stage at the WaMu Theater.
Oprah greets New York emergency workers.

Hundreds of New York City firefighters, police officers, Port Authority workers and rescue workers are invited to be a part of Six Years Later—The Children of September 11. When taping is over, Oprah goes into the audience to talk to them one-on-one.
Oprah signs an autograph.

Oprah signs autographs for the Burnett children, whose father died when Flight 93 crashed in Pennsylvania on September 11, 2001.
Dr. Oz

Dr. Oz gets ready to tape an episode of his Oprah Radio show with special guest Anderson Cooper.
Inside the control room

Producers and technicians work in the control room during a taping of Dr. Oz's show on the Oprah Radio XM radio channel.
Former President Bill Clinton and Oprah

Former President Bill Clinton appeared on The Oprah Winfrey Show to talk about his new book, Giving. After the taping, he and Oprah continue chatting in the hallway outside the studio.
Oprah talks with the audience.

After finishing the taping of The O.J. Book Controversy: The Goldmans Speak Out, Oprah gets comfortable to have a conversation with the audience.
Oprah, Dean and Vera Wang

Oprah, stage manager Dean and fashion designer Vera Wang go over the plan before taping begins on High Style on a Budget with Superstar Designer Vera Wang.

Oprah stands onstage during a show taping. The runway will be used for models wearing items from Vera Wang's new collection, Simply Vera.