The queen of daytime TV will release two decades of highlights on discs for charity

By Todd Peterson
July 27, 2005 08:00 AM

Want a quick way to see Oprah’s hairstyles through the years? Check it out on DVD. The queen of daytime television is compiling The Oprah Winfrey Show: 20th Anniversary DVD Collection, a multi-disc set featuring some of the best moments from her two decades on TV, Reuters reports.

The collection, scheduled for November, will feature interviews with Winfrey as she reflects on her career and her show, scenes from backstage on Oprah, as well as some of the show’s most poignant moments.

“Every show you’ll see here holds such profound meaning for me,” Winfrey said.

In addition, Winfrey’s proceeds from the discs’ sales will be donated to her charity, Oprah’s Angel Network. Since it was created in 1998, the Angel Network has raised more than $30 million for various nonprofit organizations, Reuters reports.

About 30 million people tune into Oprah each week, according to Nielsen reports. It has been the No. 1 talk show for 18 consecutive seasons.