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  • Apr 10, 2001
    Reba McEntire leaves the Broadway cast of "Annie, Get Your Gun" for one week to shoot a TV pilot for the WB. The TV show's title, for the time being: "Sally"
    May 16, 2001
    The Warner Bros. TV network announces its fall lineup. Among the new titles: "Deep In The Heart," featuring Reba McEntire
    May 23, 2001
    Country.com reports that Reba McEntire's WB TV series, "Deep In The Heart," has been re-titled "Reba"
    Sep 5, 2001
    Reba McEntire begins shooting the WB sitcom "Reba" in Los Angeles
    Oct 5, 2001
    Delayed twice in the aftermath of terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, Reba McEntire's WB sitcom, "Reba," debuts
    Oct 12, 2001
    The second episode of Reba McEntire's TV series, "Reba," airs on the WB. McEntire's dialogue alludes to one of her hits when her character, Reba Hart, tells her daughter, "It's your call"
    Oct 26, 2001
    "Mom, singing is lame!": Reba McEntire receives ironic feedback from her fictitious son in the course of her weekly TV series, "Reba," on the WB
    Nov 9, 2001
    New fool revisited: Reba McEntire's character on her WB TV show, "Reba," has an unexpected first date with the plumber--her first since the break-up of her marriage. The plot recalls an old hit, "New Fool At An Old Game"
    Dec 7, 2001
    Irony reigns on the WB's "Reba" show. "Life doesn't always turn out the way you thought it would be," McEntire's character says. "I thought I would be a singer"
    Jan 13, 2002
    Reba McEntire wins the People's Choice award for Favorite Female Performer in a New Television Series. Garth Brooks and Faith Hill are named Favorite Male and Female Musical Performers on the CBS telecast, aired from the Pasadena Civic Center in California

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