Inspired by her childhood in Lindale, Texas, the country musician has teamed up with the network to develop a series about PI.
Fresh from winning four trophies at the 46th Annual Academy of Country Music Award, Miranda Lambert announced that she is taking over TV world. The recipient of Top Female Vocalist of the Year would develop a scripted program centering on a family in Texas for ABC Family.
The project is close to the country singer's life as a child growing up in Texas. It revolves around parents who are private investigators and their children who assist them in solving crimes. According to Deadline, Lambert, along with her younger brother, grew up in Lindale, TX. Her father, Richard Lee "Rick" Lambert, a retired police officer, became a private investigator in partnership with her mother, Beverly "Bev" June Lambert.
Miranda would be an executive producer of the hour-long episode along with her mother, manager Marion Kraft and Kapital Entertainment's Aaron Kaplan. Assisting in the writing department is Scott Kaufer of "Memphis Beat" who also acts as executive producer.
No title or date has been announced.