•Sunrise Earth. Brings in the day at 6 a.m. (all times ET/PT) with a collection of sunrise scenes from sibling Discovery Channel, followed by a yoga workout series.
•Gayle King Show. Oprah’s pal’s live talk show at 10 a.m.
•Best of Dr. Phil
•Cristina’s Big Bowl of Love. A cooking series with Cristina Ferrare.
•Mystery Diagnosis. A holdover from the ailing Discovery Health network, which OWN replaces.
3 p.m.: Anna and Kristina’s Grocery Bag
8 p.m.:Enough Already With Peter Walsh. Helping families declutter their homes.
10 p.m.:In the Bedroom With Dr. Laura Berman. A sex-therapy series.
8 p.m.:Mystery Diagnosis
10 p.m.: Miracle Detectives. Weighs whether science or divine intervention explains strange phenomena.
9 p.m.:Your OWN Show. Produced by Mark Burnett (Survivor, The Apprentice).
8 p.m.:The Oprah Winfrey Show: Behind the Scenes
8 p.m.:Ask Oprah’s All-Stars. Two-hour specials offering advice from Dr. Phil, Dr. Oz and Suze Orman.
REPLACEMENTS FOR SHORT-RUN SERIES:
•Our America With Lisa Ling. An issue-oriented documentary series that begins with look at faith healers (Jan. 30).
•Searching for … Featuring the work of New Jersey genealogist Pam Slaton (due in February).
•Kidnapped by the Kids. Workaholic parents are forced to take timeouts for their families (arrives in March after a sneak preview on New Year’s Day).
AND THEN …
•Finding Sarah. Chronicles the “personal struggle” of Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York, as she’s coached by Dr. Phil, Suze Orman and others.
•Why Not? … With Shania Twain. The country star shares her heartbreak over the end of her 16-year marriage.
•Breaking Down the Bars. A reality series about the redemption of female inmates in Indiana.
•Carson-Nation. A small-town lifestyle makeover series starring Carson Kressley.
•Ryan and Tatum: The O’Neals. Follows the reconciliation of the long-estranged father and daughter actors.
•Oprah’s Next Chapter. Winfrey travels the world to interview guests.
•The Oprah Winfrey Show. Repeats once its syndication run ends