Don’t miss the return of “Iyanla: Fix My Life” on Saturday, November 2, at 9/8c.

Iyanla Vanzant to Terrell Owens: “You’ve Become a Victim of Your Talent”


On Saturday, Nov. 2, Iyanla Vanzant sits down with former NFL superstar Terrell Owens in an unforgettable start to a new season of “Iyanla: Fix My Life.” During their conversation, Terrell reveals how people thought he was at his best but how, in reality, he was sad and lonely. Watch Iyanla’s response to his admission in this first look.

Sneak Peek: Terrell Owens breaks down on ‘Iyanla Fix My Life’

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