Semi-Reunion of ‘Reba’ Set for Lifetime by New Reba McEntire Project


Reba McEntire’s next Lifetime movie can also be considered a mini-reunion of her classic WB sitcom. TV InsiderMelissa Peterman will be reunited with the country music legend. The HammerLifetime

The complete title is available as Reba McEntire’s The HammerWith the iconic country star starring in the film and the executive producer. She will also return RebaMelissa Peterman is Melissa’s co-star. She plays sisters in the sitcom universe, rather than opposing wives.

Kim Wanker was a travel circuit judge and inspiration for the film. “hands down justice unlike anyone else.”McEntire plays Wanker, but the character is going to be called Kim Wheeler. Lifetime has released the official logline. TV Insider shared this informationWheeler, a call “an outspoken, firecracker lawyer who is appointed Judge of the 5th District of Nevada and is one of the few traveling judges left in America. After the reigning judge passes away under suspicious circumstances, Kim finds herself covering a circuit that stretches between Las Vegas and Reno – a rugged, often desolate area where anything and everything can happen.”

McEntire’s character is the one who writes the film’s title. “with a no nonsense brand of justice.”Peterman will portray Kris Wheeler (McEntire’s sister, and a local brothel operator) who is the prime suspect in McEntire’s death.

McEntire is McEntire’s second movie with Lifetime. He previously appeared in the 2021 Christmas feature. Reba McEntire’s Christmas in Tune. McEntire, Peterman will be reunited for the second time since Reba’s passing. On ABC Family’s, the pair shared the screen before. Baby Daddy.

Reba was on The WB for six seasons, setting new viewership records in Friday programming. The merger of The WB with UPN in 2006 almost saw the series cancelled. The merger between The WB Network and UPN in 2006 almost saw the series cancelled. But The CW network offered the show another season to fulfill its $20m syndication contract. The show quickly became the most-watched sitcom on the network, reaching its final episode Feb. 18, 2007. The network continued to air repeats of the show even after the finale. How long will it be before there is a Netflix spinoff or a genuine follow-up revival?