Before the Wendy Williams Show and The Real, there was The Oprah Winfrey Show that dominated day time TV, and viewers tuned in promptly by 4pm. Now the 65- year old billionaire is talking about revisiting the occupation that started it all.
While promoting her latest book, “The Path Made Clear,” in Toronto, Oprah Winfrey hinted that she missed her daily televised couch visits.
When asked about a reboot, she said:
“I would love to make that happen, let me tell you. But maybe not everyday. For 25 years, it was perfect.”
When breaking news goes public, Oprah admits she misses weighing in on the suggested topics first.
“The only time I missed it was during the election, or when something really big happens in the news. I think, ‘Oh gee, I wish I had a show.’
Later, Winfrey reminisces her initial thoughts when she first flew to Chicago to start her talk show career.
“My path became clear the moment, I remember it actually, when I flew into Chicago. I thought, ‘If the show isn’t successful, then I’m going to go into advertising or I’m gonna do something else.’ I remember thinking, ‘I’m gonna find a way to make this my home.’”
Would you be here for the reboot of The Oprah Winfrey Show?