Will Smith joins Oprah on Apple TV+ this Friday

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What you need to know

  • A new episode of The Oprah Conversation airs this Friday.
  • Will Smith will join Oprah on Apple TV+ for an interview.
  • It will discuss his revealing new memoir.

Apple has announced that Will Smith will join Oprah on Friday, November 5, in the latest episode of The Oprah Conversation on Apple TV+.

Apple stated (opens in new tab):

Apple today announced that multifaceted award-winning actor, rapper and producer Will Smith will be Oprah Winfrey's next guest on "The Oprah Conversation," premiering Friday, November 5 on Apple TV+.Grammy Award and four-time NAACP Image Award winner Will Smith is one of the most successful actors and entertainers of all time. In this revealing yet charming discussion, Oprah and Smith take a deep dive into his new memoir in which Smith shares his candid thoughts on unspoken family stories, life-defining moments, self destruction, the subtle sickness of material success, moments of courage, the wisdom of a child, and the power of laughter.

The show is filmed remotely and has previously featured Emmanuel Acho, Professor Ibram X. Kendi, Bryan Stevenson, Mariah Carey, Matthew McConaughey, Stevie Wonder, Dolly Parton, and former President Barack Obama. Oprah continues to be a mainstay on Apple's streaming platform, where she also features in Oprah Talks COVID-19 and Oprah's Book Club.

Also announced today from Apple is a new Magic Johnson docuseries, focusing on the life and career of the NBA Hall of Famer, and the release date of movie Swan Song, which comes to theaters and Apple TV+ December 17.

Apple TV+ is available on iPhone, iPad, Mac, and the Best TVs for Apple TV 2021.

Stephen Warwick
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2 Comments
  • Hey!  Two reasons not to watch that show!  Awesome.
  • Hmm, never observed anything particularly grating or terrible about their personalities.
    Perhaps it's their blackness or perceived political alignment/ideology + success that you dislike about them.