This code represents a post about Reba McEntire scoring a new sitcom with NBC.
McEntire, 68, has signed on to sing the anthem at the upcoming Super Bowl before appearing in the multi-camera comedy that has yet to be titled. The sitcom will have McEntire inherit her father’s restaurant and become less than thrilled to discover her business partner in the half-sister she never knew she had. Kevin Abbott, who worked with McEntire on her previous sitcom “Reba,” has already signed on as writer and executive producer of the new show.
After “Reba,” McEntire went on to star in the ABC comedy “Malibu Country” and make a recurring appearance on CBS’ “Young Sheldon” before joining the cast of ABC’s “Big Sky” for its third and final season. She also currently serves as a coach on NBC’s “The Voice.”
Back in 2022, McEntire expressed she wanted to try to put another series together as she wished to work with the people she worked with during her time in “Reba”. McEntire opened up about the Super Bowl opportunity and said that she felt honored to be a part of such a historic event.