‘Oprah: Where Are They Now?’ Episode Guide (Oct. 10): Hairstylist Andre Walker; Master P

Line Spacing+- AFont Size+-
‘Oprah: Where Are They Now?’ Episode Guide (Oct. 10): Hairstylist Andre Walker; Master P

“Hip Hop Mogul Master P, Amy Grant, Coach Mike Ditka & Oprah’s Hairstylist” (10/10/15) – It all began with a letter to Oprah Winfrey from a Chicago hairdresser who thought she needed more consistency in her on-camera hairstyling.

Now, 30 years later, Oprah sits down one-on-one with Andre Walker, the “man behind the hair” for nearly three decades.

As the friends bid adieu to their day-to-day professional association and Walker launches a new haircare product line currently available at Target stores, Oprah and Andre look back at their favorite and not-so-favorite Oprah hairstyles through the years.

Then, music mogul Master P opens his magnificent home and introduces his children, including a grown-up son Romeo, who offers his take on the kind of man his father is. And though frequent “Oprah” show guest Roger Ebert is no longer with us, his wife Chaz is carrying on his legacy and shares plans for a media center in the famed critic’s name at the University of Illinois.

Actor and DWTS champion J. R. Martinez looks back on what that victory meant to him and the struggles he faced following his injury in Iraq. Christian pop singer Amy Grant made headlines when she divorced her husband, Gary Chapman and married country singer Vince Gill. Today, she reflects on that divorce, life on her Tennessee farm with Gill and their kids, and sharing farm life with hundreds of children through “Barefoot on the Farm.”

Finally, Mike “Da Coach” Ditka takes time out at his Chicago restaurant to reminisce about those legendary 1985 Chicago Bears, and why getting fired is a fact of life he has learned to live with.

Their stories made headlines across America. “Oprah: Where Are They Now?” rediscovers “Oprah Show” guests who made you laugh and made you cry. Find out where they are now, plus see what has happened to some of the biggest newsmakers of all time, and how their lives changed after sudden fame and notoriety turned their worlds upside down.

Upcoming episodes feature updates with a wide variety of newsmakers from all walks of life, including J.R. Martinez, the former U.S. Army soldier who suffered disfiguring injuries while serving in Iraq, yet who went on to co-star in “All My Children” and win Season 13 of “Dancing With The Stars;” Danny Pintauro, the child star of “Who’s The Boss,” and Tracey Gold, the “Growing Pains” star whose battle with anorexia focused a spotlight on the potentially deadly disease.

Chaz Bono sits down with Oprah for a one-on-one interview about his life today; former Hugh Hefner girlfriend Holly Madison, now married and a mom, blows the lid off her years living at the Playboy Mansion; MacKenzie Phillips and new “The View” host Candace Cameron share what life is like for them today, and Andre Walker, Oprah’s personal hairdresser for 30 years, reflects on his life and career as he prepares for retirement.

Chaz Ebert, widow of celebrated journalist and film critic Roger Ebert, talks about her husband’s legacy and how she keeps his memory alive, and funnyman Tommy Davidson shares his professional reinvention, 25 years after his first big break in the hit sketch comedy series “In Living Color.” Other fascinating updates include Alison Dubois, the woman upon whom the hit series “Medium” was based; “Good Morning America’s” Amy Robach, actresses Debi Mazar and Debbi Morgan; Colin Goddard, a survivor of the Virginia Tech shootings who was shot four times during the melee; singer Amy Grant; beloved coach Mike Ditka; rapper and entrepreneur Master P and his son, actor Romeo Miller.

“Oprah: Where Are They Now?” is executive produced by Harpo Studios’ Jill Van Lokeren, Julie Simpson and Veronica Votypka.

LAST WEEK’S TOP 10 BROADCAST SERIES

SeriesNet.A18-49Viewers
Source: Nielsen Media Research // 11/06/17 - 11/12/17
Sunday Night FootballNBC5.8017.51 million
Thursday Night FootballNBC4.0013.11 million
The OTFOX3.6010.18 million
The CMA AwardsABC3.2014.28 million
Football Nt. in America: Pt. 3NBC3.2010.30 million
The Big Bang TheoryCBS2.8013.80 million
This Is UsNBC2.509.89 million
Young SheldonCBS2.2012.39 million
Saturday Night FootballABC2.106.73 million
The Voice (Mon.)NBC2.009.63 million

TV WATCH TOP 10: 2017-18 SEASON AVERAGES

SeriesNet.A18-49Viewers
Sunday Night FootballNBC6.7719.04 million
Thursday Night FootballCBS4.7314.75 million
Young SheldonCBS3.8015.86 million
The Big Bang TheoryCBS3.2514.48 million
This Is UsNBC3.1811.42 million
The Voice (Mon.)NBC2.5010.72 million
The Voice (Tues.)NBC2.4010.62 million
Will & GraceNBC2.137.69 million
Grey's AnatomyABC2.178.07 million
The Good DoctorABC2.1010.86 million