Oprah Winfrey makes documentaries for streaming service Apple

Oprah Winfrey is working on two documentary films for the streaming service of Apple and comes up with a new book club. That was announced Monday during a presentation of Apple in California.

One of the documentaries is called Toxic Labor and is about sexual harassment in the workplace. The other film, whose name is not yet known, consists of several episodes and is about mental health.

Last year it was already known that the 65-year-old Winfrey, who for many years The Oprah Winfrey Show presented a multi-annual cooperation would go with Apple. She continues, meanwhile, as the president and CEO of her own tv channel OWN (Oprah Winfrey Network).

The streaming service, Apple TV+, is in the autumn launched.

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Apple also binds other celebrities to

Winfrey is not the only celebrity that Apple is able to bind. As via Apple TV+ new episodes aired of Amazing Stories of director Steven Spielberg and is the tv-series the Morning Show with actors Reese Witherspoon, Jennifer Anison and Steve Carell (The Office) to see through the paid streaming service.

Further, starring Jason Momoa (Aquaman) and Exploration Woodard the advent of the tv series See to. Actor Kumail Nanjiani (Silicon Valley) announced the arrival of Little America, a tv series where each episode focuses on immigrants in the US.

Sesame street characters Big Bird (the American variant of Pino) and a muppet told during the presentation about the series Helpsters and filmmaker J. J. Abrams (Lost) and singer Sara Bareilles made known that the series of Little Voice also to Apple TV+.

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