The massive partnership between Oprah Winfrey and Apple TV+, which was first revealed in 2018, has now been completed. While confirming the evolution, both parties opted not to comment.
Since their prior agreement is coming to an end, it is known that both parties have decided to continue working together, albeit on a project-by-project basis.
Currently, Winfrey and Apple TV+ are working together on the documentary "Sidney," which explores the life of renowned Oscar-winning actor Sidney Poitier.
This past Friday, Reggie Hudlin's production, which was produced by Apple Original Films, made its Apple TV+ debut.
Along with "Oprah's Book Club," which is accessible on both OprahDaily.com and Apple Books, Winfrey and Apple are still working together.
Winfrey and Apple agreed to a deal in 2018 that called for them to collaborate on projects for Apple's original content roster.
Even still, it didn't seem apparent how this agreement would fit into Winfrey's already-busy media empire at the moment.
She co-founded the cable network OWN: The Oprah Winfrey Network with Discovery Communications, which created and produced popular shows like Ava DuVernay's "Queen Sugar."