MUMBAI: The highly anticipated Oprah Winfrey Network (OWN) documentary series Lindsay, directed by Emmy-nominated filmmaker Amy Rice (By the People: The Election of Barack Obama), follows movie star and media sensation Lindsay Lohan (Mean Girls, Liz & Dick) on her journey through recovery following a very public period of crisis.
Lohan became an instant fan favourite and earned widespread critical acclaim when she was cast as the lead role of twin sisters Hallie and Annie in the Disney remake of The Parent Trap. She went on to star in several feature films including her mega hit Mean Girls, which cemented her movie star status. Lohan is no newcomer to television, having guest starred in pop culture favourites Ugly Betty, Glee and Anger Management, and is one of few actors to have appeared multiple times as the host of Saturday Night Live.
Having had her career and personal life sidelined by her public struggles, Lohan is strikingly candid about her life and is more determined than ever to get back on her feet. The series is produced with OWN by Pilgrim Studios and is executive produced by Craig Piligian, Nicholas Caprio and Johnny Gould. Amy Rice, Ralph Wikke and Mitch Rosa are co-executive producers.
In this honest, no-holds-barred account, viewers will see an intimate, unflinching look into the life of one of the world's most sought-after celebrities.
Cameras follow Lohan as she returns to New York, reunites with friends and family, and attempts to build a new life. As she works to stay on track amid the demands and pitfalls of fame, she opens up as never before, discussing everything from her emotional recovery process to her exhausting run-ins with the paparazzi.
Soon after Lindsay, Lohan will be seen in the hit comedy series, 2 Broke Girls as Claire Guinness, a soon-to-be-bride who asks Max and Caroline to make her wedding cake. As Max and Caroline get to know her, it quickly becomes clear that Claire has trouble making decisions.