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A&E sets July premiere for “Lone Star Lady”

The series, produced by Dallas-based 12 Forward Entertainment, follows a Texan mom of four boys who "excels in extreme parenting."
June 10, 2014

A&E will premiere one of its new summer series, Lone Star Lady, with back-to-back episodes on Sunday, July 13, starting at 10 p.m. EST/PST.

The series, announced last month as part of a new unscripted slate, follows Rochelle Carnes and her family, based in Johnson City, Texas. With her family striking it rich a few years back via the oil business, Carnes and husband Trenton still try to keep things on the humble side, while dealing in what the network calls “extreme parenting” to ensure that their four kids stay on the straight and narrow.

Lone Star Lady is produced by Dallas-based 12 Forward Entertainment. Executive producers for the prodco are Melanie Wester, Terry Wester and Adam Matalon; exec producers for A&E are Laurie Sharpe and Sean Gottlieb.

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