Winfrey and the streamer struck a “multi-year content partnership” in January 2018, however sources have affirmed that their deal is finishing.

The news comes two days after the debut of Sidney, the Winfrey-executive produced documentary about Sidney Poitier, on the service.

In spite of the fact that Winfrey and the tech goliath are unwinding their official partnership – not reestablishing the deal – sources propose that they will keep on cooperating on a venture by-project premise.

While Winfrey made The Oprah Conversations and mental health special The Me You Can’t See for Apple TV+, as well as Oprah’s Book Club, which is accessible through Apple Books, obviously the arrangement didn’t create an enormous swathe of content.

Winfrey likewise had high-profile projects, for example, Oprah with Meghan and Harry and Adele One Night Only, which she delivered through Harpo and talked with the British popstar, on CBS over the last few years.

Last year, Winfrey herself was seeking the biographical documentary treatment with a two-part documentary feature from Kevin Macdonald. It’s not clear if that project is still in progress.

Puck first uncovered the end of the deal.

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