“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 Lohan has unfortunately recently being known more for her court room appearances than acting appearances as she has struggled with what she calls ‘a time a sabotage’ that has put her life at the forefront of paparazzi interest and public speculation that she is out of control and beyond help.
In the docu-series, simply titled Lindsay and produced by Oprah Winfrey’s OWN Network, the 27-year old actress’ life will be put on display this time to show her attempting to rebuild her life and movie career after all of the legal troubles and substance abuse issues she has been through over the years.
But don’t think because this series is a story to show her rebuilding her life that there wasn’t trouble throughout the filming. Oprah even had problems with Lindsay.
In a clip for the show, screen for TV critics, Oprah said, “This is just what everyone warned me would happen (working with her). And it is.”
Reportedly, Winfrey offered Loahn $2 million for the either part series that started after she completed a rehab stint in August 2013.
Lindsay Premieres on Sunday (Mar. 9) at 10|9c only on OWN. The documentary (more than a reality show) comes from documentary filmmaker, Amy Rice who directed the 2009 documentary By the People: The Election of Barack Obama.
In this highly-anticipated docu-series, Lindsay Lohan attempts to start fresh after returning to New York to build a new life. Don’t miss out on this as cameras follow her every step and find out what being Lindsay is really like.