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  • 2014
  • 1 Season
  • 6.5  (516)

Lindsay is a documentary series that premiered on the Oprah Winfrey Network (OWN) in March 2014. It follows the life of actress Lindsay Lohan as she attempts to rebuild her career and reputation after a string of personal and legal issues. The series consists of eight episodes, each approximately one hour long. Throughout the course of the show, viewers are given unprecedented access into Lohan's life, both on and off set. From her struggles with sobriety to her attempts to find steady work, the series gives a raw and unfiltered look into the ups and downs of being a celebrity in today's world.

The series begins with Lindsay fresh out of rehab, eager to get her life back on track. She moves to New York, where she begins filming a docu-series for Oprah's network. This series is meant to chronicle her journey back to sobriety and her attempts to make a comeback in Hollywood.

As the series progresses, we see Lindsay struggle to find work and deal with the pressures of being a celebrity. She attends acting classes, auditions for roles, and begins a new relationship, all while trying to stay focused on her sobriety. Along the way, we also see glimpses of her personal life, including her father's attempts to reconnect with her and her ongoing conflicts with her family.

One of the most interesting aspects of the show is the way it juxtaposes Lindsay's public image with her private struggles. While many people know her as a wild party girl with a history of drug and alcohol abuse, Lindsay presents herself as someone who is committed to sobriety and eager to get back to work. However, the series shows that this is easier said than done, as Lindsay struggles to stay clean and find steady work in a cutthroat industry.

Perhaps most compelling of all is the way the series portrays the toll that all of this takes on Lindsay. In one episode, she breaks down in tears during an acting class, admitting that she is afraid she will never be able to overcome her past mistakes. In another, we see her struggle to maintain a long distance relationship with her boyfriend while dealing with the stresses of her career. Throughout it all, Lindsay portrays a woman who is determined to succeed, but also vulnerable and human.

Overall, Lindsay is a compelling look at the ups and downs of being a celebrity, as well as the challenges of addiction and recovery. While it is certainly not always easy to watch, it is both engaging and thought-provoking, and gives viewers a unique look into the life of one of Hollywood's most infamous stars.

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Part Eight
8. Part Eight
April 20, 1969
At the Sundance Film Festival, Lindsay announces her new movie project. She's also busy launching a new app and taking part in a photoshoot.
Part Seven
7. Part Seven
April 20, 2014
Lindsay causes problems in Miami. She then goes to her first job since rehab as she introduces Miley Cyrus at the Jingle Ball.
Part Six
6. Part Six
April 13, 2014
Lindsay has an interview for the newest book her mom wrote. Later, Lindsay creates controversy over hosting duties at a party.
Part Five
5. Part Five
April 6, 2014
Life coach A.J. Johnson questions Lindsay's sobriety, and when Lindsay returns home after a tabloid-fueled trip, everything comes into question.
Part Four
4. Part Four
March 30, 2014
Lindsay visits Jimmy Fallon before performing court-mandated community service. Meanwhile, her sober coach returns to Los Angeles.
Part Three
3. Part Three
March 23, 2014
Oprah travels to Lindsay's mother's Long Island home after Lindsay refuses to let cameras film and her assistant threatens to quit.
Part Two
2. Part Two
March 16, 2014
Lindsay has to deal with her family and her producers skepticism as she gets ready to move in her new apartment.
Part One
1. Part One
March 9, 2014
Lindsay Lohan has finished her sixth say in rehab and has decided to move to NY to rebuild her career and work on her sobriety. Lindsay vows to get her life back on track because this might be her last chance.
  • Premiere Date
    March 9, 2014
  • IMDB Rating
    6.5  (516)