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NBC Picks Up Miranda Lambert Inspired Project
Miranda Lambert has made some impressive leaps and bounds in the television industry, going from her acting debut in an episode of Law & Order: SVU to executive producing her first series in less than a year. And what’s even more impressive than that is the show she’s created has had a good amount of interest shown in it from a couple of big networks. Originally, the series was to be picked up by ABC Family, but now NBC has bought the light drama, which is inspired by Lambert’s life growing up in Lindale, TX. For someone who’s mostly known for her country music career, I think you’ll all be surprised at the potential gem she’s created.
According to Deadline, Lambert’s project found its way to NBC thanks to the relationship the network has with her husband, Blake Shelton, who is also an executive producer on the project. It will focus on a couple who run a very successful detective agency while also raising two teenagers. Now, when I first read this part of the story, my first thought was “How in hell is this based on Lambert’s life?” As it turns out, when she was living in Lindale, before she became a country music start, her father, Richard Lee Lambert, became a private investigator after retiring as a police officer and was partnered with his wife, Beverly June Lambert.
Beverly Lambert will serve as a consultant on her daughter’s project. Along with Lambert and Shelton, Aaron Kaplan of Kapital Entertainment, Lambert’s manager Marion Kraft, and Chad Hodge are all executive producing. Hodge will also pen the project. Having been described as a “light”drama, I wouldn’t expect the kind of dark stories you see on Law & Order. It’ll likely be more on the humorous side of things since the PIs will have to deal with their children. If handled properly, this could turn out to be a fun little series. Who would’ve thought Miranda Lambert would be making television?