Daily Variety’s report yesterday that Reba McEntire’s sitcom, “Reba,” was canceled, turns out to be only partially true, since word came today that “Reba” would be back next year for at least 13 more episodes on the CW. The thing that is different is that the show will be a mid-season replacement and will be brought back at a different time than it’s normal Friday night slot.
Reba McEntire, is nonetheless thrilled, and said, “We are excited to be back to tell more great stories from the Hart family. We all appreciate the support of the fans who didn’t want to see this show go away.”
Airdates of the new Reba episodes will be announced at a later date. Meanwhile, Reba hosts the ACM Awards Tuesday, May 23 on CBS, and continues her exclusive concert engagement at the Las Vegas Hilton throughout the summer months. Show dates are June 7-11, June 14-1, July 19-23, July 26-30, and August 24-26.
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