Lindsay Lohan opened up to Oprah about her addictions, family and struggles with fame in her highly anticipated interview for Sunday's episode of "Oprah's Next Chapter." During the no-holds-barred conversation, the two also discussed Lohan's upcoming OWN docuseries as well as her reputation for being disruptive on movie sets.
"So why do you have this reputation?" Oprah asks in the above clip from the interview.
"I think because I was so distracted in the past," Lohan says. "I wasn't on point with that, of being on time."
"And not thinking about other people's time," Oprah says.
"Yeah, and more than that, not even appreciating my own time, too," Lohan says.
Viewers will get an in-depth look at the star's life in the upcoming eight-part docuseries, which will air on OWN next year. Production on the series began shortly after Lohan completed her 90-day court-ordered stay in rehab.
"I'm interested in this docuseries that we're doing because I am interested in your life being actualized in the way that you say you really want it to be," Oprah tells Lohan.
"I'm really interested in seeing what that looks like, when somebody has been down and has the courage to say 'I'm going to keep moving forward,'" Oprah continues. "To do that in a really truthful, honest way. That's what I see as this docuseries."
"That's what I want to do," Lohan says.
"So my expectation is that now you're ready to do that, correct?" Oprah asks.
"Yes," Lohan says.