REBA'S SITCOM IN LIMBO

Reba McEntire won't know the fate of her hit sitcom Reba until Thursday, May 18—and the feisty superstar is not happy about the situation.

"It's a hard thing to get used to," Reba told the New York Daily News. "It's hard on the planning for everybody, my crew, the whole cast. It's very inconsiderate but that's the business—show business." Reba's show was one of the most popular on the WB Network, but now WB is merging with UPN to create the new CW network. And apparently, CW is looking for a different audience than what Reba usually draws. The new fall schedule for CW will be announced May 18, so Reba is left playing the waiting game.

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