Knots Landing Reunion Set for Next OPRAH: WHERE ARE THEY NOW? Watch Sneak Peek!
The compelling update series "Oprah: Where Are They Now?" tracks down the "Oprah" show guests who made you laugh... and made you cry with a glimpse inside the lives of the biggest newsmakers and most memorable celebrities of all time. In an all-new episode, "Oprah:Where Are They Now?" features Candy Spelling, a reunion with the battling blondes of "Knots Landing," and Antonio Sabato, Jr., airing this Sunday, June 15 at 9:00 p.m. ET/PT on OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network.
The all-new episode includes updates with Candy Spelling, the family matriarch famous for her 38-year marriage to legendary producer Aaron Spelling, and who recently made headlines for her public feuds with daughter Tori. From her penthouse condo overlooking Los Angeles, Candy talks about daughter Tori's marital troubles and their complex mother-daughter relationship. Then, "Knots Landing" battling blondes, Joan Van Ark and Donna Mills, reunite to reveal the truth about their enduring off-camera friendship with an inside look at how they live their lives today. Next, former Calvin Klein model, actor and soap opera hunk Antonio Sabato, Jr. opens up about his Italian heritage and what it was like moving to the United States at the age of 13 to live out his American dream; plus, his latest passion - teaching children to act. Then, the "Oprah" show's most unforgettable real life stories: the father who forgave the unforgivable and the little girl who was severely neglected until she was discovered at six-years-old. How is she now, years later? Finally, it was one of the "Oprah" show's most impressive entrances-the Road Trip Ladies who parked right smack dab in the middle of the stage during a live show. Find out how they're doing today.
To watch a sneak peek of the episode, click here (with embed code):
EXCERPT: Candy Spelling Speaks about Her Daughter Tori's Marriage
CANDY: Tori hasn't really ask me for advice. I am always there for her. I will always support Tori and I just wanna stand behind her no matter what she needs to do. I don't know what her decision will be. I just know he's a great father and they're great together.
EXCERPT: Joan Van Ark and Donna Mills Discuss Plastic Surgery
PRODUCER: Plastic surgery, 25 years ago as opposed to today. I guess it's more prevalent because it's easier. Or because it's --
JOAN: It's more the norm now it's the norm the whole nine yards is what's expected in a way, and we are going to live longer. I mean we are learning more and more how to take care of ourselves, and what supplements to take and how to really live a full productive life and a healthy life. So it's going to get more so.