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Awaken, discover and connect to the deeper meaning of the world around you with SuperSoul. Hear Oprah’s personal selection of her interviews with thought-leaders, best-selling authors, spiritual luminaries, as well as health and wellness experts. All designed to light you up, guide you through life’s big questions and help bring you one step closer to your best self.

Latest Episodes

He Says He Can Talk to the Dead

From February 23, 1998: Oprah talks to James Van Praagh—television personality and author of the No. 1 New York Times best sellerTalking to Heaven—about his communications with those who have passed on before us. He discusses how he receives messages from the dead, explains how the bond of love doesn’t cease after death and shares his beliefs of how we all create our own heaven. People who have lost loved ones also detail their experience after a session with James, with some remaining skeptical and others becoming believers.

32 min5 d ago
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He Says He Can Talk to the Dead

Nelson Mandela

From November 27, 2000: In what she considers an interview of a lifetime, Oprah talks with philanthropist, revolutionist and former president of South Africa, Nelson Mandela. In this memorable Oprah Showinterview, Nelson Mandela opens up about his struggles, including the 27 years he spent in prison and the impact that had on his family. He also explains what he believes it takes to be a peacemaker, and why he believes humility is one of the most important qualities to have.Then, celebrities and public figures including Denzel Washington, Stevie Wonder, Sarah Ferguson and Bill Gates share how the great leader influenced their lives. (Nelson Mandela passed away in 2013 at the age of 95 from a prolonged respiratory infection.)

37 min1 w ago
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Nelson Mandela

What's Your Spiritual Belief?

From January 30, 1996: Psychotherapist, speaker and author ofThe Little Book of Big Questions, Jonathan Robinson joins The Oprah Winfrey Show to share how asking certain questions can create a spiritual connection with friends and family. Oprah asks the audience some of the book’s big life questions, “If you were in a room with God, what would you ask him?” and “Does prayer change things?” Oprah then leads a panel discussion on religion and spirituality with Dannion Brinkley, author of the New York Times best-sellersSaved by LightandAt Peace in the Light; Sophy Burnham, the New York Times best-selling author ofA Book of AngelsandAngel Letters;and Betty Eadie, author of the #1 New York Times best-sellerEmbraced by the Light.

36 min2 w ago
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What's Your Spiritual Belief?

Finding Your Authentic Self

From October 13, 1998: Public speaker, philanthropist and #1 New York Times best-selling author Sarah BanBreathnach discusses her bookSomething More: Excavating Your Authentic Self.She explains what she calls the threesecret wounds that lead to inauthenticity: self-loathing, betrayal and marital indifference. Sarah talks about how knowing yourself is the key to joy, explains why we should keep a“discovery journal”and shares a self-love exercise.

34 min3 w ago
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Finding Your Authentic Self

John Legend

In 2013, Oprah sat down with 11-time Grammy winner John Legend in his Hollywood Hills home to talk about his first solo album in five yearsandhis passion for education.John's then-future-wife, Chrissy Teigen—who is a model, TV host and social media personality—also joins the conversation to discuss their relationship and tabloid rumors of infidelity.

26 minSEP 23
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John Legend

Beyoncé

From 2013: Oprah sits down with global superstar, multi-platinum artist and 21-time Grammy Award-winner Beyoncé about the making of her documentary, "Beyoncé: Life Is But A Dream." Beyoncé talks to Oprah about her daughter, Blue Ivy, and what Jay-Z is like as a father and as a husband. Beyoncé also discusses letting go of her father, music executive Matthew Knowles, as her manager, her heart-breaking miscarriage and what is next for her career and her life.

31 minSEP 16
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Beyoncé

David Letterman

In 2013,Oprah Winfrey spokewith legendary late-night talk show host David Letterman at his alma mater, Ball State University, in Muncie, Indiana. No question is off-limits in this rare interview: David is candid about the public sex scandal that rocked his marriage; he speaks frankly about his relationships with "Tonight Show" hosts Johnny Carson and Jay Leno; he discusses his battle with depression; he also opens up about fatherhood.Plus,Oprahshares withDavid the true reason behind their 20-year feud.

30 minSEP 9
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David Letterman

Rihanna

In 2012, Oprah travelled to Rihanna's home on the island of Barbados for a rare, no-holds-barred conversation with the pop star about her career, her family, the passing of her grandmother and the price of fame. In an emotional discussion, Rihanna reveals how she really feels about Chris Brown and her relationship with him. Oprah and Rihanna drive through Rihanna's childhood neighborhood and meet Rihanna's mother, Monica Fenty.

31 minSEP 2
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Rihanna

Brené Brown: The Power of Vulnerability

Oprah is joined by New York Times best-selling author and University of Houston graduate professor Dr. Brené Brown, as they delve into the power of vulnerability. In front of a live studio audience, Brené shares the four myths of vulnerability, explains why vulnerability means being truthful to who we are and offers examples of how to integrate vulnerability into your everyday life. Brené also answers audience questions.

34 minAUG 26
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Brené Brown: The Power of Vulnerability

Hugh Jackman

Oprah sits down for an intimate conversation with Hugh Jackman, the man behind the iconic Wolverine character from the "X-Men" franchise. Hugh talks about his wife, Australian actress Deborra-Lee Furness, and about their two children. He also talks about the discipline it takes to maintain his chiseled body and about his very public zipline accident during his entrance atop theSydney Opera Housewhile tapingThe Oprah Winfrey Show. The two also discuss his Academy Award-nominated performance inLes Misérables, the secret to his success, and about his relationship with his mother, who left the family when he was just 8 years old. Plus, Hugh's wife Deborra-Lee joins the conversation.

37 minAUG 19
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Hugh Jackman

Latest Episodes

He Says He Can Talk to the Dead

From February 23, 1998: Oprah talks to James Van Praagh—television personality and author of the No. 1 New York Times best sellerTalking to Heaven—about his communications with those who have passed on before us. He discusses how he receives messages from the dead, explains how the bond of love doesn’t cease after death and shares his beliefs of how we all create our own heaven. People who have lost loved ones also detail their experience after a session with James, with some remaining skeptical and others becoming believers.

32 min5 d ago
Comments
He Says He Can Talk to the Dead

Nelson Mandela

From November 27, 2000: In what she considers an interview of a lifetime, Oprah talks with philanthropist, revolutionist and former president of South Africa, Nelson Mandela. In this memorable Oprah Showinterview, Nelson Mandela opens up about his struggles, including the 27 years he spent in prison and the impact that had on his family. He also explains what he believes it takes to be a peacemaker, and why he believes humility is one of the most important qualities to have.Then, celebrities and public figures including Denzel Washington, Stevie Wonder, Sarah Ferguson and Bill Gates share how the great leader influenced their lives. (Nelson Mandela passed away in 2013 at the age of 95 from a prolonged respiratory infection.)

37 min1 w ago
Comments
Nelson Mandela

What's Your Spiritual Belief?

From January 30, 1996: Psychotherapist, speaker and author ofThe Little Book of Big Questions, Jonathan Robinson joins The Oprah Winfrey Show to share how asking certain questions can create a spiritual connection with friends and family. Oprah asks the audience some of the book’s big life questions, “If you were in a room with God, what would you ask him?” and “Does prayer change things?” Oprah then leads a panel discussion on religion and spirituality with Dannion Brinkley, author of the New York Times best-sellersSaved by LightandAt Peace in the Light; Sophy Burnham, the New York Times best-selling author ofA Book of AngelsandAngel Letters;and Betty Eadie, author of the #1 New York Times best-sellerEmbraced by the Light.

36 min2 w ago
Comments
What's Your Spiritual Belief?

Finding Your Authentic Self

From October 13, 1998: Public speaker, philanthropist and #1 New York Times best-selling author Sarah BanBreathnach discusses her bookSomething More: Excavating Your Authentic Self.She explains what she calls the threesecret wounds that lead to inauthenticity: self-loathing, betrayal and marital indifference. Sarah talks about how knowing yourself is the key to joy, explains why we should keep a“discovery journal”and shares a self-love exercise.

34 min3 w ago
Comments
Finding Your Authentic Self

John Legend

In 2013, Oprah sat down with 11-time Grammy winner John Legend in his Hollywood Hills home to talk about his first solo album in five yearsandhis passion for education.John's then-future-wife, Chrissy Teigen—who is a model, TV host and social media personality—also joins the conversation to discuss their relationship and tabloid rumors of infidelity.

26 minSEP 23
Comments
John Legend

Beyoncé

From 2013: Oprah sits down with global superstar, multi-platinum artist and 21-time Grammy Award-winner Beyoncé about the making of her documentary, "Beyoncé: Life Is But A Dream." Beyoncé talks to Oprah about her daughter, Blue Ivy, and what Jay-Z is like as a father and as a husband. Beyoncé also discusses letting go of her father, music executive Matthew Knowles, as her manager, her heart-breaking miscarriage and what is next for her career and her life.

31 minSEP 16
Comments
Beyoncé

David Letterman

In 2013,Oprah Winfrey spokewith legendary late-night talk show host David Letterman at his alma mater, Ball State University, in Muncie, Indiana. No question is off-limits in this rare interview: David is candid about the public sex scandal that rocked his marriage; he speaks frankly about his relationships with "Tonight Show" hosts Johnny Carson and Jay Leno; he discusses his battle with depression; he also opens up about fatherhood.Plus,Oprahshares withDavid the true reason behind their 20-year feud.

30 minSEP 9
Comments
David Letterman

Rihanna

In 2012, Oprah travelled to Rihanna's home on the island of Barbados for a rare, no-holds-barred conversation with the pop star about her career, her family, the passing of her grandmother and the price of fame. In an emotional discussion, Rihanna reveals how she really feels about Chris Brown and her relationship with him. Oprah and Rihanna drive through Rihanna's childhood neighborhood and meet Rihanna's mother, Monica Fenty.

31 minSEP 2
Comments
Rihanna

Brené Brown: The Power of Vulnerability

Oprah is joined by New York Times best-selling author and University of Houston graduate professor Dr. Brené Brown, as they delve into the power of vulnerability. In front of a live studio audience, Brené shares the four myths of vulnerability, explains why vulnerability means being truthful to who we are and offers examples of how to integrate vulnerability into your everyday life. Brené also answers audience questions.

34 minAUG 26
Comments
Brené Brown: The Power of Vulnerability

Hugh Jackman

Oprah sits down for an intimate conversation with Hugh Jackman, the man behind the iconic Wolverine character from the "X-Men" franchise. Hugh talks about his wife, Australian actress Deborra-Lee Furness, and about their two children. He also talks about the discipline it takes to maintain his chiseled body and about his very public zipline accident during his entrance atop theSydney Opera Housewhile tapingThe Oprah Winfrey Show. The two also discuss his Academy Award-nominated performance inLes Misérables, the secret to his success, and about his relationship with his mother, who left the family when he was just 8 years old. Plus, Hugh's wife Deborra-Lee joins the conversation.

37 minAUG 19
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Hugh Jackman
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