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Source:  TechCrunch

Apple and Oprah Winfrey will be working together to bring Oprah’s Book Club to the Apple TV+ streaming service.

In the new series, the talk show host and producer will interview the authors of her book club picks, starting with Ta-Nehisi Coates, author of “The Water Dancer.”  A new episode will then be available every two months, allowing viewers time to read the titles being discussed.

The series will debut alongside Apple TV+’s launch on November 1, and is part of a larger, multi-year partnership that Apple and Oprah announced last year.

In addition to the book club, Oprah is also developing two documentaries for Apple: “Toxic Labor,” about sexual harassment in the workplace, and another, in partnership with Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, that will focus on mental health.

Read the story at TechCrunch.


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