Trailer: Lindsay Lohan on Demons, Dad and Drugs in OWN TV Show

“Lindsay,” OWN’s new docu-series about the troubled life of Lindsay Lohan, doesn’t seem to be shying away from the tabloid filler that has consumed the former child star in recent years.

If its new trailer is to be believed, the series covers everything from Lohan’s tumultuous relationship with her father, her struggles to stay sober and how the paparazzi’s constant presence can make her feel like a prisoner. As Oprah Winfrey herself says in the teaser, “this is exactly what everybody said was going to happen and I believed differently.”

See how it all turns out when “Lindsay” premiere at 10 p.m. Sunday.


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  1. BobbieFisher says:

    Lindsay Lohan’s temper tantrums and consummate anger issues are on full display here (what an unpleasant person to say the least), showing the industry what it knew all along – that the reporters, media, costars, directors, crew, and the multitudes of insiders who have tried to help this entitled (“I can think about love when I win an Oscar”), spoiled, liar – were right all along. This untalented, irresponsible, unintelligent and illiterate actor is a nightmare to work with. Lohan continually lies about everything, including her so-called sobriety, thrives only on chaos and her notoriety, yells and screams at the directors, costars and crew – and has no respect for anyone (she lost me when she came late to Robert Altman’s set). I can’t imagine why any producer would bust their butt to find funds for any project this self-absorbed, overrated, phone-it-in COPD-monotonous-line-reading actress. Any or all vehicles she has been in for the last 10 years has tanked and her likeability factor is in the negative double digits – so any film she’s deigns to actually show up to work on is going in the crapper and won’t make its budget back (see The Canyons numbers for the sort of return she generates). I think the Oscars last Sunday proved that the film industry is doing just fine without her. I was just really hoping against hope that this project with Oprah would increase her self-awareness and work ethic – it looks like once again – she’s dropped the ball, like she always has and always will. Sadly.

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