Lindsay Lohan’s OWN Reality Show Gets Premiere Date

Lindsay Lohan and Oprah

Lindsay Lohan announced plans to star in her own reality series, which would be seen on the OWN Network, last year, and fans are finally getting a preview of the show.

“There’s nothing left in having a drink for me. There’s no party I haven’t gone to, nobody I haven’t hung out with, no situation I haven’t been exposed to,” Lindsay is seen telling the cameras in a Deadline sneak peek at the series. “I don’t want them following me to an AA meeting,” she says about the paparazzi.

In another scene, Lindsay’s sober coach is seen saying, “um.. you know,” when asked if Lindsay has stayed sober since rehab, which is where things start to get interesting.

“This is exactly what everybody said was going to happen and I believed differently,” Oprah is seen saying as she rushed to be with Lindsay. “She doesn’t understand. This is her life – you think you have forever.”

Once she arrives to Lindsay’s location, Oprah is seen telling her, “My truth is I really do want you to win, but if that isn’t what you want I’m okay with that. I will tell these guys to pack up and leave today.”

Last year, following the announcement of the new series, TMZ reported that Michael and Dina Lohan, Lindsay’s parents weren’t welcome on the series and wouldn’t be filming with their daughter at all. However, shortly after, Michael came forward, denying the claims.

“It is total BS that I am not part of Lindsay’s show, I have filmed three episodes already,” Michael revealed to Radar Online. “I imagine I’m going to be shooting more too.”

According to Michael, he and Lindsay filmed three separate times in New York City. In addition, he was told that producers wanted him to film more and had filmed her mother, Dina, as well.

“I would imagine everyone in the family will be shooting more. This is reality TV and we’re a real part of Lindsay’s life. The may be right, wrong, or indifferent, that may be positive or negative, but we’re all a part of her life and that will be shown. I would imagine production wants to make this as real as possible and that includes her family.”

Also linked to Lindsay’s show is her ex-girlfriend, Samantha Ronson. Reports claiming Lindsay has been trying to get Samantha to appear on the series surfaced recently but, as of now, nothing has been confirmed.

In early January, reports began flying that Lindsay’s off-the-wall behavior had become a problem for production.

“She never does what she says she is going to do. She cancels all the time and is highly erratic,” a production source revealed to he “The New York Daily News.” “It has been frustrating to work on this project from the start. It’s all about Lindsay and it is clear she has no respect for the crew.”

In mid-January, Oprah came forward calling the production “bumpy.”

“You would probably know more than I do” about Lohan’s whereabouts,” Oprah joked to E! News after being asked about Lindsay Lohan’s trip to London. “As far as I know we’re still filming — do you know something?”

“There’ve been bumpety-bumps, bumpety bumps,” Oprah admitted. “But as far as I know, as of right now, whatever time this is, we’re still filming. And that’s a part of it, that’s part of live, that’s part of coming out and trying to put your life together.”

“Lindsay” premieres on the OWN Network on March 9 at 10/9c.

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Lindsay Cronin is a full-time writer and self-proclaimed Twitter jockey. Her multiple Twitter accounts are followed by celebrities like Paris Hilton, Terrell Owens, and Teresa Giudice, to name a few.

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