After eight seasons, Iyanla: Fix My Life is ending with a farewell special in May.
The two-hour finale will feature host Iyanla Vanzant taking viewers “on a journey of self-discovery, enlightening her audience with what she learned about herself and life while filming the series,” OWN said in a recent press release.
Vanzant, a spiritual life coach and relationship expert, also plans to share insight on how the self-help series came to be and some of the issues she struggled with on the show.
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Since Fix My Life premiered in 2012, Vanzant has helped families and individuals deal with trauma, fractured relationships, and life crises. The show has also featured several celebrities, including late rapper DMX, who had an emotional reunion with his son Xavier after a year and a half.
Other celebrities seeking help included R&B singer Syleena Johnson; Grammy-winning gospel artist Le’Andria Johnson; and reality TV personalities Dutchess from Black Ink Crew, Minyon of Bridezillas, and Althea of Love & Hip Hop who appeared together on a contentious episode titled “Reality Rehab.”
In 2015, actress and former celebrity stylist Karrueche Tran appeared on the show and discussed the ups and downs of dating Chris Brown for five years.
Perhaps Vanzant will revisit some of the most memorable moments from these headline-making episodes.
The series finale of Iyanla: Fix My Life is scheduled to air Saturday, May 22 from 9 p.m.–11 p.m. ET/PT on OWN.