O'Donnell to Take Over for Oprah?


oprah winfrey photos Six-Time Daytime Emmy Winner Plans to Have a Single-Topic "Uplifting" Show Similar to Winfrey's. Rosie O'Donnell plans an "uplifting" new television talk show for launch next year that aims squarely at the audience Oprah Winfrey is leaving behind when her show ends. O'Donnell won six Daytime Emmys in six years as host of an entertainment-oriented talk show that ended in 2002, but is planning something different this time - a single-topic aspirational show that sounds much like what Winfrey is doing right now. Her success depends on convincing viewers that she's not the polarizing figure she's often seemed in the ensuing years and getting television executives to bet on something new at a time they're struggling for money. "I would like this show to make a difference in people's lives, to be real, uplifting, authentic and focus on life, love and laughter," O'Donnell, 48, said. Scott Carlin and Dick Robertson, two former Warner Bros. syndication executives who helped launch O'Donnell's first show, said they approached her about getting back into daytime TV shortly after Winfrey's announcement.

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O'Donnell to Take Over for Oprah?