Through the program, Winfrey will interview selected writers throughout the series and premiere a new play every two months.
In fact, when the Apple TV was released in March, Apple hinted that the Oprah Book Club would log on to Apple TV.
For the first issue of Book Club, Winfrey chose Ta-Nehisi Coates's "Water dancer" (The Water Dancer). The episode will premiere on November 1, the first day of Apple TV's launch.
As part of this collaboration, Apple also launched Winfrey's "Global Book Club" in the Apple Book App Books.
In response, Apple CEO Tim Cook (Tim Cook) said in a statement: "few people in the world can bring us together like Oprah, and her compassion and grace in solidarity with the power of books are unparalleled. We are honored to provide a new platform for the Oprah Book Club. "
This is not the only partnership between Winfrey and Apple. Earlier this year, Apple said in its Apple TV release that Winfrey would release two documentaries on the service.
Apple announced earlier this month that the, Apple TV, which costs $4.99 a month, will be launched in 100 countries. Users who buy new Apple devices will be given a free Apple TV. For one yea