OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network on TLC Entertainment this February

OPRAH: WHERE ARE THEY NOW? 2Week 2

OPRAH: WHERE ARE THEY NOW

Hulk Hogan, Carrot Top and J.Lo’s former husband Cris Judd

On Thursday, 12 February from 20:55 wrestling legend Hulk Hogan opens up about life following his darkest period ever, and Scott Thorson recalls his “one-sided” relationship with Liberace.

Plus, dancer Cris Judd talks about his ex-wife, superstar Jennifer Lopez, and comedian Carrot Top takes us inside his Zen retreat outside Las Vegas.

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Michael Bolton

Michael Bolton, Jon Gosselin, Soleil Moon Frye and Wonder Woman, Lynda Carter

We catch up with singer Michael Bolton on the road, and he talks openly about his early career struggles and his status as a sex symbol. Then, former reality TV star Jon Gosselin invites us inside his rural Pennsylvania cabin to discuss his kids, life after Kate and the biggest misconception the public has about him.

Plus, former child star Soleil Moon Frye talks about her marriage at age 20, her two kids, her adult roles as a mommy blogger and author, and her new hosting gig on Home Made Simple.

Finally, actress Lynda Carter reveals that there’s a lot more to her than Wonder Woman. Discover why she left Hollywood at the peak of her career, and hear about the personal struggles she’s overcome.

Don’t miss this action packed episode on Thursday, 19 February from 20:55.

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Dennis Rodman

Dennis Rodman, Nadya Suleman and Gennifer Flowers

Dennis Rodman was one of the most controversial and flamboyant superstars of the NBA. In the ’90s, the notorious 6’8″ professional basketball player was the number one rebounder on the court, but he was just as famous for his dyed hair, piercings, tattoos and press-grabbing antics—on and off the court. It’s been 16 years since Dennis’ appearance on The Oprah Show.

Now, he reveals what his life is like today and discusses his most surprising recent project, writing a children’s book.

Then, a medical first in 2009 made news around the world. A mother of six named Nadya Suleman gave birth to the world’s longest-surviving octuplets. Overnight, Nadya, better known as the “Octomom,” became the most controversial and scrutinized mother in America. Now, the octuplets are 4 years old, and Nadya reveals why she agreed to star in an adult movie.

Plus, more than two decades after her sex scandal broke, Gennifer Flowers shares what she thinks politicians can learn from her story.

Catch the final week’s episodes of OPRAH: WHERE ARE THEY KNOW on Thursday, 26 February from 20:55.

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