The queen of talk has booked yet another juicy interview.
According to Entertainment Weekly, Oprah Winfrey will sit down with troubled actress Lindsay Lohan when she finishes rehab in August for an interview to air on OWN.
Winfrey's cable network will also shoot an eight-episode docuseries as the 27-year-old starlet returns to normal life and attempts to revive her career. That will air in 2014.
Lohan is completing a court-mandated rehab program after pleading no contest to misdemeanor driving charges stemming from a June 2012 car accident. She is expected to leave rehab on July 31.
The interview is another high-profile scoop for Winfrey's "Oprah's Next Chapter," which has featured celebrities like Rihanna, Lance Armstrong, and Whitney Houston's family.
Meanwhile, as EW notes, the docuseries is a turnabout for Lohan, who has steadily refused unscripted and reality offers. Her most recent work was a guest-starring stint on "Scary Movie 5" co-star Charlie Sheen's show, "Anger Management." She also stars in Paul Schraeder's indie thriller "The Canyons," shot last summer and opening in theaters August 9.