Nate Berkus With Oprah
In his most personal and revealing interview yet, interior designer and TV personality Nate Berkus will sit down with Oprah Winfrey on the Emmy® Award-winning series “Super Soul Sunday” for a two-part episode airing Sunday, February 10 and February 17 from 11a.m.- 12p.m. ET/PT on OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network.
Nate Berkus founded the Chicago-based design firm, Nate Berkus Associates at the young age of 24. In 2002, Berkus was invited to make over a small space for The Oprah Winfrey Show where he eventually became a familiar face as design expert with more than 50 guest appearances and 130 home makeovers. His ability to connect with viewers and bring home design to the masses led him to take center stage as host of The Nate Berkus Show from 2010-2012.
In the new “Super Soul Sunday” two-part episode “Oprah & Nate Berkus, The Things That Matter,” Winfrey welcomes Nate back to Harpo Studios in Chicago. Berkus speaks candidly about the milestones of his life’s journey so far: coming out to his family, losing the love of his life, and the cancellation of his daytime talk show. Plus, Nate discusses the philosophy of his latest book, “The Things That Matter.” He explains that our homes and personal belongings should truly represent who we are.
All-new episodes of “Super Soul Sunday” will continue throughout February and March featuring Oprah Winfrey’s conversations with today’s acclaimed authors and thought leaders about life’s big questions. This season’s line-up includes Winfrey’s mentor Dr. Maya Angelou, best-selling author don Miguel Ruiz of “The Four Agreements,” contemporary visionary Panache Desai, and one of TED’s most-watched speakers Brené Brown.
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