‘Lindsay’: OWN Offers First Peek At Lohan Docu-Series

Can Oprah Winfrey save her before it is too late?


Lindsay Lohan

Lindsay Lohan talks with Oprah Winfrey during a television interview in 2013

Has Lindsay Lohan finally been saved?

“There’s nothing left in having a drink for me,” the troubled starlet reveals in a sneak peak of her new OWN reality series   LINDSAY screened today for television critics in Pasadena.

“There’s no party I haven’t gone to, nobody I haven’t hung out with, not situation I haven’t been exposed to.

“I know this is my last shot at doing what I have to do.”

The headline grabbing star is also heard saying she feels like a “prisoner” and complaining about be hounded by paparazzi.

“I don’t want them following me to an AA meeting,” she says.

Lindsay, 27, is trying to turn her life around with the help of new pal Oprah Winfrey.

We’ll get to see it all unfold when the series premieres on March 9.

Along the way, the MEAN GIRLS star hits at least a few speed bumps.

In one clip her sober coach is less than convinced that Lindsay is still on the wagon.

Moments later we see Oprah racing to the scene, aware that things are not going as planned.

“This is exactly what everybody said was going to happen and I believed differently,” she tells the camera. “She doesn’t understand. This is her life – you think you have forever.”

“My truth is I really do want you to win,” she tells Lindsay.  “But if that isn’t what you want I’m okay with that. I will tell these guys to pack up and leave today.”

Stay tuned.

Sean Daly

Sean Daly

Editor-In-Chief at TheTVPage.com
Sean Daly is a veteran entertainment journalist.His work has appeared in People, Us Weekly, The Toronto Star and other top publications. He was the west coast TV reporter for The New York Post from 2008 - 2013. Sean is the author of Inside AGT: The Untold Stories of America's Got Talent and Teen Mom Confidential: Secrets and Scandals From MTV's Most Controversial Shows.
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