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Nate Berkus Gets His Own Oprah Show

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She made television stars out of Dr. Phil and Dr. Oz, and now, Oprah is hoping to do the same for interior designer Nate Berkus. Sony Pictures Television and Harpo Productions have partnered to launch a syndicated daytime show for Berkus, set to premiere in fall 2010.

This is the second show produced by Harpo and Sony. Their first, Dr. Oz, has had the most successful debut of any first-run talk show in the last seven years.

This isn't Berkus's first time working on a show for Oprah. In 2008 he hosted her prime-time series Oprah's Big Give for ABC.

Berkus has long been a regular on Oprah's show. In addition to offering design advice to viewers, he made an emotional appearance on the show in 2005 and talked about the disappearance and presumed death of his boyfriend, photographer Fernando Bengoechea, during 2004's devastating Indian Ocean tsunami.

The couple had been vacationing in Sri Lanka when the tsunami hit.

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