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REESE AND KACEY SEARCH FOR THEIR KIND OF COUNTRY AT APPLE TV+
1/13/23

Reese Witherspoon and Kacey Musgraves are partnering to produce a reality competition series on Apple TV+, My Kind of Country.

The series—executive produced by Witherspoon, Musgraves, Hello Sunshine’s Sara Rea and Lauren Neustadter, Sandbox Entertainment’s Jason Owen, The Masked Singer showrunner Izzie Pick Ibarra and Katy Mullan—launches 3/24 with Jimmie Allen, Orville Peck and Mickey Guyton serving as scouts/judges. Witherspoon and Musgraves will appear throughout the series as well.

Grammy nominee Adam Blackstone will serve as the show's music director.

The series plans to break down barriers in country music, with judges hand-picking diverse and innovative candidates to take to Nashville to showcase their unique sound. The winner will receive a "life-changing" prize from Apple Music, as well as robust exposure on Apple's platforms.