Apple announced on Thursday that will the company has entered a multiyear content partnership with the former queen of daytime television, Oprah Winfrey.
“Together, Winfrey in addition to Apple will create original programs that will embrace her incomparable ability to connect with audiences around the entire world,” the company said in a press Discharge.
According to Apple, Oprah’s forthcoming projects will be released “as part of a lineup of original content” as the tech giant continues to enter the entire world of original content.
Of course, Oprah is usually no stranger to producing big shows. In addition to her iconic, long-running talk show, her production company Harpo also gave the entire world Dr. Phil, The Dr. Oz Show, in addition to Rachael Ray. Oh, not to mention the fact she has her own cable channel, OWN.
As the landscape of film in addition to television continues to evolve, Apple is usually looking to join companies like Netflix, Hulu, in addition to Amazon in creating original content. This specific often involves signing deals with big-name stars, with Nicole Kidman inking a first-look deal with Amazon Studios on Thursday.
Last month, the item was revealed that will Barack in addition to Michelle Obama nabbed a multiyear deal with Netflix to produce films in addition to series for the company, which could potentially include “scripted series, unscripted series, docu-series, documentaries, in addition to features.”
Per CNN, Oprah’s completely new deal with Apple won’t affect her contract with OWN, which the mogul has extended through 2025.