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Oprah: Where Are They Now?

Oprah: Where Are They Now?

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  • Premiered: 
    October 2, 2012
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  • Network: OWN
  • Category: Series
  • Genre: Talk
  • Type: Live Action
  • Concept: 
    Updates about guests from Oprah 
  • Subject Matter: Entertainment
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Plot Synopsis

OPRAH: WHERE ARE THEY NOW? takes a look back at what happened to some of the biggest headline makers on THE OPRAH WINFREY SHOW. Updates include never-seen-before footage of Rodney King's last interview and Mary Jo Buttafuoco 20 years after being shot by "the Long Island Lolita." When this series returned for the second part of Season 1 on Tuesday, March 19, 2013 at 10pm ET/PT, Oprah caught up with Dennis Rodman, Nadya "Octomom" Suleman, and Gennifer Flowers. Four months later, OWN debuted the second season of WHERE ARE THEY NOW? on Sunday, July 28, 2013 at 10pm ET/PT, with an episode featuring Oprah's sister, Denise Richards and SURVIVOR winner Richard Hatch. On Friday, January 3, 2014 at 9pm ET/PT on OWN, OPRAH: WHERE ARE THEY NOW? returned for its third season -- on a new night and time. In the Season 3 opener, Kristin Chenoweth opened up about her misfit childhood, the QUEER EYE Fab Five reunited, and Gary Busey revealed the truth about sobriety. After a six-week break OPRAH: WHERE ARE THEY NOW? returned with new episodes on Sunday, October 5, 2014 at 9pm ET/PT on OWN. This new episode featured a one-on-one interview with Raven-Symone and updates on Jackie Evancho, Maurice Benard, and Jenna Von Oy. On New Year's Day 2015 (Thursday, January 1) at 9pm ET/PT on OWN, OPRAH: WHERE ARE THEY NOW? opened its fifth season with a special episode about Civil Rights. On Sunday, March 8, 2015) at 9pm ET/PT, OWN premiered the sixth season of OPRAH: WHERE ARE THEY NOW?, with a season opener that featured Matthew Shepard's parents, Leeza Gibbons & The Browns from SISTER WIVES. On Saturday, September 19, 2015 at 10pm ET/PT, OPRAH: WHERE ARE THEY NOW? returned for a new season, continuing to air on Saturday nights, which has been the show's home since April 2015. New episodes in the season include these guests: Ashley Smith and David Oyelowo with celebrity updates about Lisa Rinna and Debi Mazar; Danny Pintauro, Holly Madison and Tommy Davidson; Debbi Morgan with updates about Amy Robach and her husband, actor and entrepreneur Andrew Shue; and Andre Walker, Amy Grant, J.R. Martinez and Master P with updates on Roger Ebert's widow, Chaz, and Mike "Da Coach" Ditka. A new season of OPRAH: WHERE ARE THEY NOW? premiered on Saturday, January 23, 2016 on OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network. The season opener features: Nate Berkus and his husband, fellow interior designer Jeremiah Brent, discussing marriage and life with their daughter, Poppy. Celebrity updates include Olympic gold medalist Dorothy Hamill, WNBA star Lisa Leslie, and beloved film and TV icon Dick Van Dyke at his Malibu home. Later in the season, Oprah also sits down with transgender teen Jazz Jennings, who came out to her parents at only five years of age; Chaz Bono, who reveals his ongoing struggle for public acceptance as a transgender man, along with his acting aspirations; former GOOD MORNING AMERICA anchor Joan Lunden nearly two years after Lunden's breast cancer diagnosis; and much more, including celebrity updates.
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Tonight (Saturday, February 11, 2017) at 10pm ET/PT, OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network premieres a new episode of OPRAH: WHERE ARE THEY NOW? with disco queen Gloria Gaynor, singer Montell Jordan, THIRTYSOMETHING's Mel Harris, actor John Amos of ROOTS and GOOD TIMES fame, and celebrity hairdresser Ken Paves. She had the whole world singing along with her anthem "I Will Survive," one of the Disco era's biggest hits and the only one to win a Grammy Award. Now, Gloria Gaynor welcomes cameras into her beautiful New Jersey home, where she tells the story of her rise in the music business, starting out as a jazz singer, and how she knew "I Will Survive" would be a hit the moment she read the lyrics. Gaynor opens up about the sexual molestation she endured as a child and young woman, and gives viewers a preview of her new Contemporary Christian album. Next, revealing that "making music was the best and the worst time of my life," singer Montell Jordan reveals why he left the music business at the height of his success, and then later became a minister. Jordan shares about growing up in South Central L.A. and the man who kept him out of trouble there, as well as the infidelity scandal that forced him to choose his marriage over music. Then, Emmy-nominated actor John Amos has excelled on the small screen in both the epic dramatic mini-series ROOTS and as James Evans, Sr. on Norman Lear's hit comedy GOOD TIMES. Amos recalls some of the behind-the-scenes drama at GOOD TIMES, and shares his passion for teaching sailing to disadvantaged young people. Next, actress Mel Harris recalls the wonderful years she spent working on THIRTYSOMETHING, the groundbreaking series of the late 1980s. Harris talks about being married six times, introduces one of her adult sons, and shares her excitement about co-starring in the new Hulu series SHUT EYE. Then, our cameras catch up with celebrity go-to hairdresser Ken Paves, as he cuts the hair of his close friend and client, Oscar-winning actress Marlee Matlin. Finally, we check in with the Mathias Quadruplets, whose delightful "laughing babies" home video took the top prize from AMERICA'S FUNNIEST HOME VIDEOS nearly 16 years ago.

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  • Produced by Harpo Studios