Los Angeles, March 5: Oprah Winfrey's ambitious documentary series "Lindsay", on actress Lindsay Lohan's life post her rehabilitation stint, was not easy to make.
The show's production did not go smoothly, reports Entertainment Weekly.
The Oprah Winfrey Network promises an "honest, intimate, no-holds-barred account" and an "inflinching look" of the actress after she left rehab last year.
The show's first preview showcases that Lohan was a very difficult subject, who threatened to derail the project.
"This is exactly what everybody said was going to happen and I believed differently. You need to cut the expletive," said Winfrey.
The official description of the first episode reality show says that Lindsay moves into a New York hotel with a personal assistant and a sober coach and begins the challenging search for a new apartment, while career pressures build.
"Lindsay" debuts starts Sunday.