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The Oprah Winfrey Show was a talk show featuring controversial topics, interviews with big name celebrities, and launched its host, Oprah Winfrey, into instant stardom and success. The reality show "Oprah: Where Are They Now?," which airs on the Oprah Winfrey Network, is a continuation of the legendary series that ran for twenty five years. It highlights memorable guests of her old show while updating her viewers on what life is like for them now.

The key aspect of the show is the element of surprise. For example, viewers never know what controversial celebrity is going to be featured. Popular guests who have appeared on "Oprah: Where Are They Now?" have included the likes of Dennis Rodman, Jennifer Flowers, and previous "American Idol" performers. Viewers who grew up watching shows like "The Brady Bunch" will have an opportunity to see their childhood favorite stars as well as comical characters of more contemporary sitcoms like "Diff'rent Strokes."

Whatever your interest, you will surely be entertained by Oprah's candid style, a no-holds-barred approach to interviewing, and plenty of guests who are worthy of legendary status. The show is in its second season currently and airs Sunday evenings at 9 and 10 PM.

Tuesday 10:00 PM et/pt on OWN
6 Seasons, 108 Episodes
October 2, 2012
Drama Kids & Family Mystery
Cast: Oprah Winfrey
Oprah: Where Are They Now?
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Oprah: Where Are They Now? Full Episode Guide

  • Updates on Gloria Gaynor; John Amos; and Montell Jordan.

  • R & B Group Bell Biv Devoe, Paralympian Amy Purdy, Country Star Ty Herndon are spotlighted.

  • Phylicia Rashad, YouTube star Lindsey Stirling and Jon Secada are spotlighted.

  • New Edition's Johnny Gill, Malcolm-Jamal Warner and figure skater Tai Babilonia are spotlighted.

  • Singer Meat Loaf, rapper MC Lyte and rapper Bizzy Bone are spotlighted.

  • Public Enemy's Chuck D on the band's musical and social influence and his family life; DWTS' Cheryl Burke on existence following the mirror ball; Pastor Shirley Caesar reminisces on her life behind the mic and the pulpit; Doc Severinsen and Orianthi.

  • The Season 8 finale includes the new scoop on singer Monica; reggae artist Ziggy Marley; actor Lisa Nicole Carson; and model Veronica Webb.

  • Updates on musicians Sisqo and Billy Ray Cyrus; Danielle Spencer, who acted as Dee on "What's Happening!!"; actor Joseph Marcell, who played Geoffrey on "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air"; and Shoshana Johnson, the first woman African-American prisoner of war.

  • Updates on financial specialist Suze Orman; actor Alan Ruck ("Ferris Bueller's Day Off"); and past "Tonight Show" band head Kevin Eubanks. Also: TV pitchman Paul Marcarelli; and former child celebrity Karolyn Grimes.

  • Jamie Lynn Sigler, Kim Fields, chef Rocco Dispirito and past pro wrestler David Otungo are spotlighted.

  • New news on Debbie Gibson, Jennifer Holliday, Sally Jessy Raphael and Ben Stein.

  • Featuring singer Aaron Carter, who was a pop star by 15 years old; actor Jim J. Bullock ("Too Close For Comfort"); and soap star Victoria Rowell ("The Young and the Restless").

  • Kenny Rogers ponders on his legendary career. Also: B-52's singer Kate Pierson; and actor Ben Vereen.

  • The new scoop on Ali Vincent, who won 2008's "The Biggest Loser"; British pop star and pinup model Samantha Fox; and Tahj Mowry, younger brother of Tia and Tamera Mowry.

  • Updates on Naughty by Nature; Snapple spokeswoman Wendy Kaufman; and Verne Troyer, who played Mini-Me in the "Austin Power" movies.

  • A preview of rocker Eddie Money's reality show "Real Money." Also: updates on the Old Spice Guy, Cheryl Ladd and Ione Skye.

  • Highlighting: En Vogue; Dawn Wells ("Gilligan's Island"); and supermodel Angie Everhart. Also: David Faustino ("Married With Children").

  • The new scoop on Boyz II Men, Marla Gibbs of "The Jeffersons" and Larry Thomas, who was the Soup Nazi on "Seinfeld."

  • Geri "Ginger Spice" Horner on finding lasting love and "girl power"; and Ed Lover ("Yo! MTV Raps") on his on-air partnership with Dr. Dre and new career as a comedian. Also: Kathy Garver reunites with the only other surviving "Family Affair" cast member, Johnny Whitaker.

  • Sammy Hagar discusses why leaving Van Halen made him a greater songwriter, performer and businessman; Olympian Suzy Favor Hamilton contemplates the mis-diagnosed bipolar disorder that almost ruined her; and Rain Pryor talks about her father, Richard Pryor. Also: Jeana Keough ("Real Housewives of Orange County").

  • The Season 8 premiere features Sir Mix-A-Lot, who discusses his future plans; Kevin Jonas, who introduces his baby daughter; and Barbara Eden, who reflects on her life and "I Dream of Jeannie."

  • Honey Boo Boo And Family, Brian Mcknight, Laura San Giacomo

  • Icon Diahann Carroll, Candy Queen Dylan Lauren, Actress Lela Rochon.

  • Genie Francis ("General Hospital"); model Iman; and child prodigy Greg Smith.

  • Mackenzie Phillips, Audra McDonald and Jose Canseco are showcased.

  • Author Jacquelyn Mitchard, who was featured on the first-ever Oprah's Book Club, discusses losing her fortune in a Ponzi scheme. Also: updates on country singer Naomi Judd, Carla Hall ("The Chew") and '90s pop star Gerardo.

  • Following up on The Peetes, Lauren Holly, Ali Wentworth, Penn & Teller, and Bernie Mac's Widow.

  • Updates on Laila Ali, General Hospital's Kristina Wagner, and The Bachelor's Chris Soules.

  • Fresh news on Creed singer Scott Stapp; Heather Mills; Telma Hopkins; and Brandi Chastain.

  • A discussion with past "Good Morning America" anchor Joan Lunden. Also: checking in on Bindi Irwin, Kid 'n Play and Bob Harper ("The Biggest Loser").

  • Chaz Bono reflects on his struggle for public acceptance as a transgender man as well as his acting aspirations. Also: updates on Sugar Ray Leonard, Linda Blair and Nichelle Nichols.

  • Oprah talks to Transgender teen Jazz Jennings. Also, checking in on "Growing Pains" child stars Tracey Gold and Jeremy Miller, and "Benson" star Robert Guillaume.

  • Interviews with Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent, Dick Van Dyke, Dorothy Hamill, and Lisa Leslie.

  • Updates on former Olympians, featuring swimmers Mark Spitz and Dara Torres; four-time track-and-field gold medalist Michael Duane Johnson; gymnast Nadia Comaneci; diver Greg Louganis; and beach volleyball players Misty May-Treanor and Kerri Walsh.

  • Including: Master P, singer Amy Grant, football coach Mike Ditka and hairstylist Andre Walker.

  • A recap of spiritual moments from "Oprah."

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