Get a front row seat for unguarded conversations with incredible authors. Each episode features a book handpicked by Oprah, along with an interview about issues that it brings to light. It’s a book club for today’s world–a window to other worlds.
Oprah’s Book Club: The Water Dancer
Oprah and Ta-Nehisi discuss the 10-year process of writing his #1 best selling debut novel and the cultural conversation it has provoked. Plus. Ta-Nehishi visits Monticello, which inspired his book’s setting.
Oprah’s Book Club: Olive Again
Elizabeth tells Oprah how her celebrated protagonist reappeared and why she finds the everydayness of life to be extraordinary.
Oprah’s Book Club: American Dirt Part I
Jeanine and Oprah are joined by authors Reyna Grande, Julissa Arce, and Ester Cepeda for a raw, revealing conversation about the novel.
Oprah’s Book Club: American Dirt Part II
Latinx people who saw themselves reflected in the book share insights into real-life migrant experiences.
Oprah’s Book Club: Hidden Valley Road
Oprah has in-depth discussions with author Kolker and surviving members of the Galvin family about living this extraordinary true story.
Oprah’s Book Club: Deacon King Kong
Oprah and McBride discuss how his novel speaks to the current movement, his focus on the black experience, and the inspiration for his characters.
Oprah’s Book Club: Caste
Calling the book “a must-read for all of humanity”, Oprahs asks Wilkerson what compelled her to write it and why we need a new language for race.
Oprah’s Book Club: Gilead
Oprah talks to Robinson about her Pulitzer Prize- winning second novel, finding the character of John Ames, and how faith shapes her writing.
Oprah’s Book Club: Home
Robinson explains what inspired her to revisit the story of Gilead from different points of view and why she chose to address the subject of race.
Oprah’s Book Club: Lila
Oprah and Robinson discuss finding new layers in established characters, what America looks like at its best, and how loneliness can be a privilege.
Oprah’s Book Club: Jack
Discussing the fourth Gilead novel, Robinson opens up about its interracial romance, her writing process, and the possibility of more stories.