She recently admitted to scoring another season and she expects to begin filming in January 2015.
Lindsay told Marie Claire UK (via Celebitchy), “[Documentary series] ‘Lindsay’ will start filming again in January but you know, I also like doing a lot of work with kids. Oprah is building more schools in Africa, so I think that’s where I’ll be going after the play. We take a lot for granted and it’s good to step outside yourself sometimes and look at what you have and go, ‘Wow my life’s pretty good.’ You go and see these children who have no idea what’s going on in the world and they’re suffering and it’s those moments that change you and wake you up. We forget to do that. It’s so important to slow down.”
Previously, Lindsay blamed Oprah’s television show for the increased paparazzi attention that drove her out of New York. She has since settled in London where she’s been getting improving reviews for Speed-the-Plow. She told Time Out Magazine, “I said to my agent: ‘Look, I really need to move to London, I have to get out of New York.’ After the Oprah show, I felt I’d lost my privacy… I have a flat, yeah. I sold my place in New York. I love the energy of New York but I feel London’s more adult. I mean, things do close here.”
An insider also talks about the bond Lindsay and Oprah share.
“They have developed a closer bond since the end of her show even though Lindsay was not happy with how she was portrayed. Oprah calls to check up on Lindsay very often. When she signed Lindsay up for the show she made a commitment to help her, and did not want to turn her back,” reveals a source. Adding, “The only real disagreement they had was right after the show ended and Lindsay was not calling Oprah back and Oprah was very concerned about her health and safety. Oprah does not give up easily.”