Oprah Winfrey Network’s “Oprah” will be the network’s last original series, the network announced Thursday.
The network has yet to announce a successor to the show.
Winfrey said she will “move on” from her position as host of “OpraHive” and will focus on her philanthropic work, according to a statement from the network.
She added that she will be “part of a team of highly qualified talent” to explore new opportunities.
“Opal” creator and star Winfrey, a long-time fixture on the American television landscape, will exit “Opryland” and the network will “open the door to new ideas and creative challenges,” the network said in the statement.
The series was scheduled to air in 2018, but the announcement was announced after the “Op-Eds” segment of the network aired a feature film about the actor.
The film, “Ophelia,” which was released in June, is about the death of the actress in a car crash.