Oprah Is Bringing Exclusive Documentaries and Her Book Club to Apple TV+
The popular host Oprah Winfrey announced, she will release two documentaries plus the relaunch of a new, bigger and vibrant book club designed to live across your favorite Apple devices.
This is going to be an exclusive partnership between the tech giant and its’ new streaming service, Apple TV+.
Work on her new documentaries for Apple is already underway: ‘Toxic Labor’ will focus on buzzy topics, such as sexual harassment in the workplace, while the other will shed light on mental health, depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder, trauma, and loss.
Oprah delivered a presentation on Monday afternoon at Apple’s live-streamed event, where she explained how the company helps people connect. At the event, she and Apple CEO Tim Cook were seen together chatting about their new project.
“Apple has reimagined how we communicate. I’ve joined them in order to serve this moment and their platform allows me to do what I do in a whole new way to take everything about connecting to people to the next level.”- Oprah Winfrey at Steve Jobs theatre.
“There’s nothing more thrilling than being transported by a brilliant book!” Oprah said, announcing she plans to build “the biggest, the most vibrant, the most stimulating book club on the planet.” – Oprah Winfrey at Steve Jobs theatre.
Winfrey said her conversations with book club authors will be streamed live “across all devices, all borders.”
“There has never been a moment quite like this one,” We have this unique opportunity to rise to our best selves in how we use and choose to use both our technology and our humanity.”- Oprah said live at the announcement. Apple TV+ launches this fall. See you there. – Oprah Winfrey via Instagram.