*It’s Arsenio Hall’s turn in Oprah Winfrey’s hot seat.

The talk show host will chat about his return to late-night TV after nearly 20 years on “Oprah’s Next Chapter,” airing this Sunday (Oct. 20) at 9 p.m. on OWN.

Filmed at The Comedy Store in Los Angeles, Arsenio also talks about the significance of being one of the only African-American hosts in late-night today and what he has learned in the two decades away from the spotlight.

Additionally, he shares the reason behind his move to L.A. as a young comic and the professional advice he has received from late-night TV host and friendly rival Jay Leno.

He also discusses knowing he was meant to make people laugh, how his comedy was shaped by his Baptist minister father, the importance of being a hands-on single dad and his relationship with his son today.

Watch some excerpts from the episode below.

Michael Jackson on Arsenio Hall’s Talk Show: “You Should Have Never Left”

It’s been nearly 20 years since talk show host Arsenio Hall left his late-night post. Now, he’s back with The Arsenio Hall Show, but his road back to television wasn’t an easy one. Watch as he tells Oprah why it took five years for him to get the green light, and find out how people like Michael Jackson and Sean “Diddy” Combs encouraged him along the way.

First Look: Arsenio Hall on the Late-Night Wars

In the early ’90s, the extremely competitive landscape of late-night television made headlines, and Arsenio Hall’s first talk show aired at the same time Jay Leno and David Letterman’s battle for The Tonight Show was raging. Today, Arsenio says, things have changed between the three men. Watch as he opens up about his current relationship with Jay and reveals why he was so honored to announce his new talk show on Late Show with David Letterman.

First Look: The Day Arsenio Hall’s Son Realized His Dad Was Famous

Growing up, the son of talk show host Arsenio Hall knew two things: His dad made people laugh, and people barked at him at the mall. Watch as Arsenio opens up about the day he shared his late-night past with his son.