A reality show about Texas women who work in the rodeo and country music fields–and who, incidentally, party pretty hard at night–has been ordered by CMT, EW.com reports.
The show, tentatively titled “Texas Women,” focuses on four ambitious female friends–two barrel racers a stock contractor and a singer. The cable channel has picked up eight one-hour episodes, with a July 14 premiere date, the story says.
Said Jayson Dinsmore, executive VP of development for CMT: “They’re kick-ass. They can fight like cats on a Saturday night, then wake up Sunday, apologize and go to church together.”