They're both popularly known by one name only: Beto is set to meet Oprah.
The story was first reported by Deadline Hollywood.
“In one-on-one conversations, Winfrey will discuss how each of the guests created an impact and shifted the conversation,” the network announced.
Winfrey’s endorsement of Obama in 2007 was a pivotal moment for his campaign in the Democratic primaries.
Just weeks after the midterm election, Democratic strategists launched a “Draft Beto 2020” political action committee to encourage O’Rourke to run for president.
Oprah dispelled rumors that she would launch her own presidential bid last year.
The interview will be subsequently broadcast on OWN and available through “Oprah’s SuperSoul Conversations” podcast, OWN said.