Oprah Winfrey made a name for herself by interviewing guests — some famous, some not — on the daytime talk show she hosted for a quarter of a century. Now she is in the “next chapter” of her career and stepping out of the studio to chat with her guests — newsmakers, celebrities and real-life families among them — in a less formal environment than a TV studio. The legendary host travels to Haiti with actor Sean Penn, firewalks with motivational speaker Tony Robbins, has a slumber party at chef Paula Deen’s Georgia estate and, at the dinner table, tries to explain what TV is to a Hasidic Jewish family whose children have never seen a TV.

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