REBA SLATED FOR MID-SEASON REPLACEMENT

Reba McEntire's popular sitcom Reba has been picked up by the new CW network, though it will not be part of the fall schedule.

Instead, the 13 new episodes the network ordered for Reba will be used as a mid-season replacement, with airdates to be announced soon. The show had been the top-rated sitcom on the WB network, which has now merged with UPN to create the new CW network. "I don't understand it in the first place," Reba told Brad Schmitt of Nashville's daily newspaper, The Tennessean. "I know we do put out a very quality show." Reba also told Westwood One that, "We all appreciate the support of the fans who didn't want to see this show go away."

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