Reba Is Coming To Netflix!

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Reba McEntire’s hilarious sitcom is coming soon to a streaming service near you.      

The beloved sitcom Reba went off the air in 2007 but has stayed popular amongst fans who have long wanted an easy way to re-watch the show. Starring country music icon Reba McEntire, the sitcom revolves around recent divorcee Reba Hart, her ex-husband, Brock, and his new wife, Barbra Jean, and their children. The show aired an impressive 127 episodes across six seasons. 

The production company for Reba is owned by Disney and according to TVLine, Disney recently made a deal with Netflix to bring 14 series to the popular streaming platform, including Reba. 

The complete list includes Lost, This Is Us, Prison Break, Archer, How I Met Your Mother, White Collar, Home Improvement, The Resident, ESPN 30 for 30, My Wife and Kids, Reba, The Bernie Mac Show, and the recent Wonder Years reboot. 

Prior to this agreement, Reba was only available to stream via Hulu. 

Reba will be available to stream on Netflix beginning in the spring of 2024.   

According to TVLine, all six seasons will be available to Netflix subscribers on May 6, 2024. Reba‘s inclusion in Netflix’s library has fans wondering if a reboot could potentially be in the works. Rumors about the possibility of a reboot have circulated many times throughout the years and even some cast members have said that they would be on board. 

Steve Howey, who played Reba’s son-in-law Van, said he’s all-in if a reboot ever comes to fruition. He told Entertainment Tonight:

“…when I played Van on that show, I was in my early 20s. And to see where Van is now and where the family is, I mean I would do anything. Reba says, ‘Jump,’ and I’ll say, ‘How high?'”

While a reboot has not yet been confirmed, we can look forward to watching Reba on Netflix in May!