Oprah Winfrey (65) is going to make programs for Apple. She will make two documentaries and a book program in which she will interview writers for members of a book club, it became clear at the Apple event in Cupertino. The programs will be shown on the new Apple TV + streaming service.

“The Apple platform allows me to do what I want,” Oprah Winfrey said about her choice. “I can get in touch with people all over the world.” She said about her book program: “I want to connect people with books.”

Apple TV + is Apple’s long-awaited streaming service. The group has committed itself to a whole host of stars. Steven Spielberg is going to make a remake of Amazing Stories. The series was popular in the 1980s. Reese Witherspoon and Jennifer Aniston are also going to work for the tech giant, just like Sofia Coppola. The makers of Sesame Street also come with a special program for the little ones. In it she is taught everything about computers, according to the company.