Oprahdaily.com’s 11 OWN Shows worth watching

Oprahdaily.com provides a listing of what we would like to believe to be Oprah’s favourite TV series. The complete list is a combination of unscripted real-life series, talk shows and drama. You can read the complete list here


CAST: Maahra Hill, Ozioma Akagha
If you appreciate courtroom dramas, Delilah, released in March 2021, will be your next favourite watch. Delilah, played by Maahra Hill, is a lawyer who left her high-powered firm years ago to raise her family and is now returning to fight for those who need her the most. She focuses on cases that big corporations ignore, going head-to-head with the powerful and affluent in her fight for the poor.

The Belle Collective

CAST: Dr. Antoinette Liles, Lateshia Pearson, Latrice Rogers, Marie Hamilton-Abston & Tambra Cherie
From the producers of Love & Marriage: Huntsville comes an unscripted show about five accomplished businesswomen in Jackson, Mississippi, including one of the state’s few Black women doctors and the owner of a hair-care emporium. These inspiring ladies represent Mississippi’s best Black female entrepreneurs, determined to shatter glass ceilings and defy long-held prejudices about the South.
To redevelop a dying mid-twentieth-century historic district that was previously recognised as a magnet for Black-owned businesses, they must put their differences aside.

The Haves and the Have Nots

CAST: Tika Sumpter , John Schneider & Crystal Fox

This soap opera was produced by Tyler Perry and is based on his play of the same name. It takes place in Savannah, Georgia, and follows three families: the wealthy and powerful Cryer and Harrington families (the titular Haves), as well as the poor Young family (the have nots). Hanna Young is Katheryn Cryer’s best friend and counsellor, as well as a maid for the Cryer household. The Cryer family is the enviable face of wealth and prosperity in Savannah, Georgia. From the outside, it appears to be that way. However, unrest and parallel lives within the Cryers’ magnificent home threaten to wreck their privileged existence.

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