Oprah's network, OWN, will be showing Oscar special
Oprah has announced that she will be moving her Oscar special to her own network, OWN...
Oprah has announced that she will be moving her Oscar special to her own network, OWN. Being that he Oscar specials brought The Oprah WInfrey Show some of its highest ratings it only makes sense for the festivities to be moved to OWN. The Huffington Post reports that Oprah will be interviewing nominees before the Oscars occur such as Octavia Spencer and Viola Davis from The Help.
Oprah announced on Thursday that she will be moving her Oscar special to her television network, OWN. The special, which will air over a week before the Academy Awards ceremony, is expected to become a yearly franchise for the cable network.
Oprah’s special will differ from her notable “After-Oscar Party,” which she did yearly live from the Kodak Theatre on the Monday after the Academy Awards ceremony. Her Oscar specials were some of “The Oprah Winfrey Show’s” highest-rated programs. Oprah sat down with the night’s biggest winners, including the recipients of the Best Actor and Best Actress awards.
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