If you miss the pandemonium that ensued with every annual edition of "Oprah's Favorite Things," you're in luck. OWN is bringing it back in a two-hour special this fall.
The network made the announcement Friday. This time, the audience getting showered with Oprah's insane giveaways is an “unsuspecting group of deserving military spouses." The special will air on November 18, and serve as the lead-in for OWN's new documentary series "Married to the Army: Alaska."
"Oprah's Favorite Things" took a one-year hiatus in 2011 after Oprah's daytime show came to an end. To look back at the legendary feature, see some of the highlights from 2010.
OWN is reviving "Favorite Things" as it gains traction in the ratings. The network initially struggled after launching in January 2011, prompting Oprah to take the reins and overhaul the programming. Oprah's "Next Chapter" interviews with newsmakers like Jennifer Hudson and Whitney Houston's daughter Bobbi Christina have been key to the recent boon.
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