REBA RESUMES NOV. 19

Reba McEntire’s sitcom Reba, which had been dropped from the fall TV season schedule, will re-launch with new episodes, starting Nov. 19.

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The show was canceled by the new CW network, although it was tapped as a possible mid-season replacement. Now, it’s definitely part of the CW lineup. “We have our shows ready and taped and we go back on the air November 19,” Reba told Neil Haislop’s Nashville IQ. The first night will have back-to-back showings at 7 and 7:30 p.m. ET, after which it will remain in the 7:30 time slot. “I think the fans have been so supportive, and I’m very thankful to them,” Reba says.

[Photo by The WB/Danny Feld]

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