Awaken, discover and connect to the deeper meaning of the world around you with Super Soul. Hear Oprah’s personal selection of her interviews with thought-leaders, best-selling authors, spiritual luminaries, as well as health and wellness experts. All designed to light you up, guide you through life’s big questions and help bring you one step closer to your best self.
Oprah talks with Viola Davis, the most nominated Black actress in Oscar history, about her new film Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom. In yet another superb performance, Davis inhabits “the Mother of the Blues” in an adaptation of the August Wilson play. Davis reveals what Ma's struggle says about today's America and what it taught her about harnessing her own powers as a Black woman. She also shares her thoughts on working with the late Chadwick Boseman on his final film.
Chip and Joanna Gaines
America’s favorite home design couple, Chip and Joanna Gaines, sit down with Oprah to talk about the launch of The Magnolia Network on Discovery+. The couple discusses their marriage, life on the farm and raising five children. Chip and Joanna also discuss how fame has impacted their lives.
THE GREATEST THING THAT HAPPENED TO ME
I love this podcast I have listened to it everyday for the past two years and it has changed my life forever for the better. I love Oprah because I learn through her everyday I find myself quoting super soul in all my conversations haha. God bless this Queen. A true angel among us. And this podcast is a gift from God.
Thank you for the book, the show, the inspiration.
This show (and the book that was born from it) has been so comforting and insightful to me. I’m about to publish my first novel, and I just went back and listened to the interview of Brené Brown from 2017 (Part One). It’s exactly what I need to hear - about reviews, about walking through vulnerability to get to courage, about the glorious uncertainty of Faith. I’m rereading her “Gifts of Imperfection,” too. Oprah, thank you for sharing your gifts of authenticity, sincerity, and genuine interest in others.
- Tamara Miller Davis, a Montecito firewife (who has met you before) and soon-to-be author of “Despite the Buzz”
Love the lessons
For the most part I love this podcast wonderful! But since the COVID-19 pandemic hit, I have heard Oprah and her guests so often mention how they were able to relax how they were able to do different things how they were able to change their lives because they had to stop working and weren’t able to do normal things. Oprah please for heaven sake please have a podcast on essential workers we never stopped working we worked a full time to put food on your tables to serve you guys life did not stop for us and we were not given the opportunity to take a deep breath in fact we were working harder than ever and it was really tough on us we didn’t have the opportunity to stay home! Please have some guests on here that are essential workers and did not have the opportunity 90% of you did to stop, to stay home, to work from home, and to reconnect to nature and spirituality. Please forgive all errors I’m doing this through voice text