By Christian Cintron, Hollywood Staff
Who is Lindsay Lohan? She could be the amazing actress we love from Mean Girls and The Parent Trap. Or she may be the Tara Reid-esque has-been who will do anything to cover immense debt. Or maybe she's the clean, composed, grateful recovering addict we met in Oprah Winfrey's infamous interview. You would think the OWN show Lindsay would shed some light on the real Lindsay. Spoiler alert: it does not. The show has three conflicting ideologies. There's Lohan's attempt to convey she's changed, sober, and a bankable star. There's Oprah trying to deliver an on-brand inspirational story of an addict coming clean and finding love and light. Then there are the show's producers who want to get some ratings and border on Bravo style editing and drama. Crossing over into reality TV could be the kiss of death or the key to a career resurgence. So does the series help or hurt Lindsay?