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Meredith Baxter To Be Featured on 'Oprah: Where Are They Now?' on November 23

Meredith Baxter is featured on Oprah: Where Are They Now? this Sunday.
In an all-new episode of Oprah: Where Are They Now?, multi-platinum hip hop artist T.I. reveals his 'aha' moment; plus, at home updates with MTV's Downtown Julie Brown, and Family Ties mom Meredith Baxter. Oprah: Where Are They Now? airs this Sunday, November 23 at 9 p.m. ET/PT on OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network.

Actress Meredith Baxter played longtime favorite TV mom Elyse Keaton on the hit show Family Ties, and guest-starred on The Young and the Restless this year. In a 2011 appearance on the Oprah show Baxter opened up about coming out as a lesbian. Now, at home, she talks candidly about life with her wife of two years and the influence of Family Ties. Then, multi-platinum, three time Grammy-winning hip hop artist and reality star T.I., invites cameras into his enormous Atlanta home and talks about the “aha” moment that changed his life, and how being a father of six helped him be a better man. Next, an update with MTV's Downtown Julie Brown at home, as she opens up about her surprising background and more about her life as a wife and mother. Plus, Little House on the Prairie star Melissa Francis left Hollywood for Harvard and now, she is an anchor on FOX Business Network. A mother of two, Melissa opens up at home in New York City about her challenging childhood as a child TV star, and how she got her first big break in news. Finally, an interview with former D.C. Mayor Marion Barry.

Watch a sneak peek of the episode below:

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