"Lone Star Lady" is a reality docu-series that airs on A&E.

Rochelle is a full time football mom in Johnson City, Texas, whose family struck oil a few years ago. She once lived in a trailer, so this unapologetic, outspoken and hilarious Queen Bee is determined to keep her house full of boys humble. While the family now enjoys life's little luxuries like new cars and family trips, they still live in a simple ranch house next to land that Rochelle's family has owned for over 100 years.

Despite their newfound wealth, the family keeps busy carting the boys to football practice, dealing with large cell phone bills, teen sexting and squeezing in a rare date night. But Rochelle excels in extreme parenting; her motto is to get her four sons "out of the house without being fathers or felons," and she will do whatever it takes.

Rochelle is joined by her supportive, unruffled husband Trenton and her mother Mary Ann; who may be old fashioned but is every bit as candid as Rochelle and proves the apple doesn't fall far from the tree. Sons Jake, 17, star of the high school football team; Luke, 13, the rambunctious prankster; Dade, 9, the creative visionary; and Tate, 8, the mischievous rascal, keep their lives more than interesting. Rochelle's father Bill is just trying to stay sane and sister Kristan is the family mediator who keeps everyone in check.

"Lone Star Lady" is produced for A&E Network by 12 Forward Entertainment. Executive producers for 12 Forward Entertainment are Melanie Wester, Terry Wester and Adam Matalon. Executive producers for A&E Network are Laurie Sharpe and Sean Gottlieb.


Network: A&E
Genre: Reality
Runtime: 30 mins.
Premiere Date: July 13, 2014
Seasons: 1
Production Company: 12 Forward Entertainment

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