Oprah Winfrey Brings New Interview Series ‘The Oprah Conversations’ to Apple TV+

Brenda Watkins
July 30, 2020

Apple is expanding its relationship with media mogul Oprah Winfrey.

The remotely filmed series will incorporate remote audience engagement.

The Oprah Conversation is slated to premiere on Thursday (July 30) on the streaming platform, Deadline reports.

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News of the Apple TV+ series comes after it was announced the star's magazine, The Oprah Magazine, which has been running for two decades, will cease its print publication after the December issue. The goal of the The Oprah Conversation is to offer perspective on a range of topics shaping our world, and reveal gripping stories of human connection. The first guest will be best-selling author professor Ibram X. Kendi in an episode called "How to be an Antiracist". Future installments of The Oprah Conversation will feature athlete/activist Emmanuel Acho and Equal Justice Initiative founder Bryan Stevenson, whose memoir was the basis for the film Just Mercy. Part two of the interview will see Acho and Winfrey dive deeper into their discussions about race in response to questions from white and Latin guests.

Titled "The Oprah Conversation", the show will debut on the streaming service on July 30, reported Variety.

This is the third interview series on Apple TV Plus featuring Winfrey, as she also has "The Oprah Winfrey Show" and "Oprah Talks COVID-19". The Apple TV+ service is available across devices, including Apple's own, as well as select smart TVs, Amazon Fire TV and Roku.

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