The queen of daytime is going nighttime.
Oprah Winfrey's next project will be Oprah’s Next Chapter, a one-hour evening talk show in which she will interview guests from locations around the world, RadarOnline.com has learned.
The show will air on OWN, Winfrey's new 24-hour network which launches January 1, 2011 in an estimated 80 million homes.
"I'm going to take viewers with me, going to take celebrities I want to interview with me" around the world, Winfrey said.
The 56-year-old's Chicago-based weekday syndicated talk show is slated to end late next year, capping off an exhilarating 25-year run that made her a billionaire two times over, according to Forbes magazine.
Oprah’s Next Chapter is expected to debut late next year.
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There are plenty of other big name media talents featured on the OWN Network, as other shows in development include: Why Not? with Shania Twain, Inside with Lisa Ling, In The Bedroom With Dr. Laura Berman and Gayle King Live!