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Gayle King's OWN Show Canceled, Host Joins Charlie Rose and Erica Hill on CBS

by Chris Harnick, posted Nov 15th 2011 3:20PM
Gayle King 'The Gayle King Show' will come to an end as the host joins Charlie Rose and Erica Hill on CBS's revamped morning program.

"We are so happy for Gayle's opportunity of a lifetime," OWN said in a statement. "Although her show will not continue on OWN, we look forward to her joining us from time to time as her schedule allows."

The plans had been rumored for weeks, but CBS officially announced the new series on Tues., Nov. 15. The new show will launch Mon., Jan.9, 2012 and air from 7-9AM. CBS has named Chris Licht as executive producer of the broadcast. John Miller will serve as senior correspondent, Rebecca Jarvis will be the business and economics correspondent and Jeff Glor will be the program's special correspondent.

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Sarah Ferguson Relives Her Darkest Hour on 'Finding Sarah' (VIDEO)

by Mike Moody, posted Jun 13th 2011 1:39AM
finding sarah OWNSarah Ferguson -- a.k.a., the original "Fergie" -- talks about her much-publicized fall from grace on the premiere of her new six-part documentary series, 'Finding Sarah' (Sun., 9PM ET on OWN).

The Duchess of York discussed the downside of being plucked form obscurity to become part of the Royal Family, and she relived the scandal that led the media to dub her an "outcast" and the "Duchess of Disgrace."

Ferguson was caught on tape by a U.K. tabloid last year trying to sell access to her ex-husband, Prince Andrew. Re-examining the event, Ferguson confessed that she was "broke and hurting" when she made the deal, and that she was forced into the situation in order to pay back a friend who was in desperate need of cash.

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Suze Orman, Dr. Oz and Dr. Phil Get Together for the Launch of Oprah's OWN Network

by Chris Harnick, posted Sep 14th 2010 11:30AM
Suze OrmanOprah Winfrey is assembling a venerable who's who of self-help gurus to come together for specials on her new network, OWN.

Dr. Phil McGraw, Dr. Mehmet Oz and Suze Orman will film four different two-hour specials with studio audiences in Los Angeles and New York. According to Entertainment Weekly, the specials will air on four consecutive Sundays to coincide with OWN's launch on Jan. 1.

So, who decided to bring these gurus together? Orman and Lisa Erspamer, chief creative officer at OWN.

"It's the dream scenario," Erspamer told EW. "They've never done anything like this together, so God only knows what will happen. They're like rock stars. We feel like it's a great way to kick off the new year and the new network."

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News from Oprah and Martha

by Brad Trechak, posted Jan 26th 2010 1:00PM
Oprah WinfreyWe have two pieces of news from the talk show world today. First, Oprah Winfrey's upcoming OWN network now has a tagline. The tagline is "it's your life ... own it". This tagline is probably better than the proposed one "I have more money than all of you combined and will use it to conquer the world ... MWA HA HA".

In other news, Martha Stewart is following in the steps of Oprah and leaving daytime syndication for a cable deal. Her new show is slated to run on the Hallmark Channel and the network will also run Martha-owned programming after her own show. This can be taken as a sign of the diminishing power of network television as well as the increasing power of Martha Stewart.

The question we must really ask is: if Martha and Oprah combined into one entity that consumed all of daytime television, what would that entity be called? Marah? Optha? The All-Consuming Beast?

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Oprah Winfrey to End Her Talk Show in 2011

by Liane Bonin, posted Nov 19th 2009 8:00PM
Say it ain't so, O!

According to Reuters, Oprah Winfrey has decided to celebrate her talk show's 25th anniversary in 2011 with a bang -- by ending it.

The sad news for devotees of She Who Makes Books Bestsellers was announced by her production company, Harpo Inc., on Thursday.

In a statement posted on the Web sites of several TV station affiliates that air the show, Harpo president Tim Bennett said Winfrey would make the official announcement on 'The Oprah Winfrey Show' on Fri., Nov. 20.

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