'Oprah's Lifeclass' to begin in St. Louis, New York

To help promote the second season of her OWN series, Oprah Winfrey is hitting the road.

The former talkshow queen will head to St. Louis on March 26 for a live episode of “Oprah’s Lifeclass” and then shift to Gotham for a live April 2 taping at Radio City Music Hall.

In St. Louis, which is the home of net’s reality series “Sweetie Pies,” Winfrey will chat with Bishop T.D. Jakes and author Iyanla Vanzant. In New York, she will converse with Deepak Chopra and Tony Robbins.

She will also tape two additional episodes in both cities, and then move to a yet unnamed city where two more episodes will be taped to close out the six-week season.

“Oprah’s Lifeclass,” which is produced by Harpo Studios and debuted last year with a five-week run in October, averaged 291,000 viewers in its first first season. Millions also watched the skein online.

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