Lindsay Lohan’s reality show gets a premiere date

Lindsay Lohan
Lindsay Lohan in New York City. (Photo by Robin Marchant/Getty Images)

We’re happy to see that Lindsay Lohan is getting a grip on her life after battling with substance abuse, family issues, and career misses. The 27-year-old actress is gearing up for the debut of her OWN (Oprah Winfrey’s TV network) reality show, which has be set to premiere Sunday, Mar. 9 on the network.

Lindsay is a documentary series, directed by Emmy-nominated filmmaker Amy Rice, that will follow the star during “a very public period of crisis” – obviously, her struggling road to recovery and her atempt to redeem herself as a worthy actress in the public eye.

The actress is not currently working on any other project, according to her IMDB profile. Her last credited role was for the HBO comedy series Eastbound & Down, in which she appeared in one episode as Adult Shayna Powers. 

Oprah chatted with Lindsay back in August to discuss her troubled passed and upcoming series. You can watch a clip of that below.

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