Two-part documentary on Oprah Winfrey to release on Apple TV+ as part of multi-year deal
The documentary will chronicle 25 years of American history through the lens of Winfrey “who rose from humble roots to become a billionaire, philanthropist, actress, media executive, and agent of social change.”
Media mogul Oprah Winfrey will have a biographical documentary released on Apple TV+.
The streaming platform announced Thursday a two-part documentary focusing on Winfrey’s life. The project will chronicle 25 years of American history through the lens of Winfrey “who rose from humble roots to become a billionaire, philanthropist, actress, media executive, and agent of social change.”
Read the tweet below
— AppleInsider (@appleinsider) January 14, 2021
Winfrey’s documentary will be headed by Oscar-winning director Kevin MacDonald and Emmy-nominated producer Lisa Erspamer, who is known for her work on The Oprah Winfrey Show and Whitney.
In 2018, Apple and Winfrey reached a multi-year deal to create original programs. Some shows released on the streaming service include The Oprah Conversation, Oprah Talks COVID-19 and Oprah’s Book Club.
(With inputs from The Associated Press)
Elvis features Austin Butler as Elvis Presley, the iconic musician known as the King of Rock and Roll, who ruled the 1960s and 70s with his music and dance moves.
Remembering James Rado: The flagbearer of 60s sexual revolution, hippie culture and anti-consumerism
The Gen-Z or even millennials who consume TikTok, Reels and other short-form content wouldn’t be familiar with James Rado and his politics. However, their ability to express their sexuality and opinions freely, sans fear, comes because Rado dared to stand against the conservatives in the 60s.
The most remarkable aspect of Psychosexual is how consistently Joel Kim Booster draws attention to the nuts and bolts of how he put it together.