Lambert Working On TV Show, New Trio

Pistol Annies on ACM's Girls' Night Out. (L-R): Ashley Monroe, Angaleena Presley, Miranda Lambert

Miranda Lambert’s star just keeps rising. The singer, who won four trophies at the Sunday night (4/3) ACM Awards, debuted her new project Pistol Annies the following evening, and has also announced plans to team with ABC Family for a television show.

Lambert is working with the network on a scripted series based loosely on her childhood experiences. She is executive producing the series with manager Marion Kraft, and Hollywood producer Aaron Kaplan. Her mother, Bev Lambert, will serve as a consultant for the project. The series is being executive produced by Kapital Entertainment.

Lambert, 27, had an exciting early life in Lindale, Texas, where her parents were private investigators. Her dad Rick Lambert is a one-time police office who later worked with wife Bev as P.I.s.

Though still in the early stages, the hour-long show is expected to revolve around a Texas family where the kids help the parents solve cases. Scott Kaufer (TNT’s Memphis Beat) will write and executive produce.

In more Lambert news, her new trio with Ashley Monroe and Angaleena Presley, Pistol Annies, gave its debut performance at the Monday (4/4) taping of ACM’s Girls’ Night Out. According to reports, they sang “Hell on Heels.”


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