All Seasons Of ‘Reba’ Set To Debut On Netflix

All six seasons of Reba McEntire’s hit show Reba will make their debut on Netflix next month.

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The show, which stars McEntire, Christopher Rich, Joanna García Swisher, Steve Howey, and Melissa Peterman, ran on network television from 2001 to 2007.

The Emmy-nominated show, which includes Reba’s “I’m A Survivor” as its theme song, was most recently available to watch on the Hallmark Channel. Reba is also currently available in its entirety on Hulu.

Reba shared the news on X (formerly Twitter), re-Tweeting Netflix’s announcement with a fitting gif. Check it out here.

Last we heard from the country icon was in February, when she, Post Malone, and Andra Day and were pre-game performers for Super Bowl LVIII.

The game was played in Las Vegas at Allegiant Stadium on February 11, 2024, and aired on CBS. Reba kicked off the festivities by singing the National Anthem.

Malone sang “America the Beautiful,” and accomplished actor and Grammy-nominated singer Andra Day sang “Lift Every Voice and Sing.” Both were produced and arranged by Emmy-winning musical director Adam Blackstone.

“I’m honored to be part of something as big and historic as the Super Bowl coming to Las Vegas for the first time!” Reba McEntire said on social media.

In 2023, Reba spoke about how the death of her mother made her question whether she wanted to continue as a singer. The country superstar made the admission when she appeared on The Today Show as part of the Citi Music Series, on which she performed the new song that she was inspired to record by the memory of her mother, “Seven Minutes in Heaven.”

After Jacqueline died in 2020 at the age of 93, she said, “I didn’t want to [sing]. I told my little sister Susie when we were working at the house, I said, ‘I don’t know if I want to sing anymore.’ She said, ‘Why?’ I said, ‘Because I always sang for Mama. She said, ‘Oh, you’ll get it back.’ I did. [She] was the one that inspired us kids, taught us kids how to sing, took us to our singing gigs and was our biggest cheerleader.”

Listen to the best of Reba McEntire on Apple Music and Spotify.

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