Ree Drummond, or more famously known as “The Pioneer Woman,” created a stay-at-home series to not only keep viewers entertained amid the pandemic, but to also provide a sense of comedic relief that fans so desperately need during this time.
To make the series a reality, Drummond relied on her children to film and produce. With a makeshift set complete with tripods, selfie sticks and phones set at different angles, the series show scenes of her children taste-testing, having fun and laughing with their famously-talented mom in the kitchen.
Tune into “The Pioneer Woman” on Food Network on Saturday mornings.
– Jamee Barwick, The Oklahoma 100