‘Pioneer Woman’ Ree Drummond Celebrates Holiday-Themed Miniseries Streaming Debut

by Madison Miller
Photo by: Bryan Bedder/Getty Images for Hearst

Ree Drummond, more popularly known as the “The Pioneer Woman,” is getting into the holiday spirit. It will likely involve a lot of delicious and hearty food, as well as plenty of appearances from her big family.

‘The Pioneer Woman’ and Her New Miniseries

Drummond is excited about the premiere of her miniseries. She wanted fans to get in on that excitement, too.

“I’m so excited about this … Starting today, you can stream my new holiday-themed miniseries (I love the word miniseries) called ‘Hometown Stories’ on Discovery Plus. It’s three episodes long, and centers around how we get ready for Christmas in our sweet small town. So much food and decorating magic, and you’ll meet the amazing (!!!) folks I work with at The Mercantile…as well as Todd, Betsy, my mom, and Ladd, of course. Hope you love it, and I hope it gets you excited for the holidays!” she wrote on her Instagram account.

She also posted a quick sneak peek of the show, which features all the ways her adorable small town gets into the holiday spirit. Drummond also highlights her eight-room Boarding House which is located in Pawhuska, Oklahoma. She calls it “cowboy luxury.”

You can check out the site for the hotel, here. The eight rooms guests can stay in are all different, but equally stunning.

She also highlighted P-Town, her pizza joint she owns, as well as Charlie’s Sweet Shop, the dessert store she owns and named after her dog. You can watch the miniseries now on Discovery Plus.

Ree Drummond Recent Cookbook Signing

During the look at the current new miniseries, “The Pioneer Woman” highlights a moment in which her husband, Ladd, crashes a sleepover. She’s spending time with her sister and her mother when he checks in and she offers him a single piece of pizza.

It’s a bit reminiscent of the sweet moment between Ree Drummond and her husband during a cookbook signing. He tagged along when she traveled to Texas to promote “The Pioneer Woman Cooks―Super Easy!: 120 Shortcut Recipes for Dinners, Desserts, and More.”

“He not only drove me to Dallas last week for my cookbook signing because he knew I was too pooped to drive myself, he also came to the bookstore to check on me and wound up signing books and taking pics once the signing was over,” she wrote on Instagram.

She even said he drove them back home. When he went to get gas, he knew exactly what she needed. That is her favorite snack — a Diet Dr. Pepper and string cheese.

“The Pioneer Woman” has been going through a particularly hard time since her brother Michael Smith passed away on October 30.