Comedy queens Reba McEntire, Melissa McCarthy, and carol burnett eye new TV projects. Popular comedic actress Melissa McCarthy ("Mike & Molly," "Tammy," "Ghostbusters") will serve as executive producer on two upcoming comedy projects. Singer and actress Reba McEntire returns to TV with a planned new project, and TV comedic legend Carol Burnett will lead new comedy on ABC.

Reba McEntire, Carol Burnett return to TV

Reba McEntire is no stranger to television with a past in sitcoms, "Reba," short lived ABC sitcom "Malibu Country," and guest appearances on Freeform's "Baby Daddy" and ABC's "Last Man Standing." ABC has plans for McEntire to return to television with a pilot that's described as a Southern Gothic soap opera.

The show will follow a cocky FBI agent of Middle Eastern descent sent to work with the local sheriff of this Southern Gothic town, played by Reba McEntire. Together they will uncover the town's dark secrets. No filming has occurred. If given the go-ahead from ABC, the pilot will film in March, followed by another round of waiting until the upfronts that will determine if the drama will go to series. If picked up, the show will film around the fall, or January of next year.

TV legend Carol Burnett eyes a return to television with a pilot order from ABC. "Household Name" will be executive produced by Amy Poehler, and written by Michael Saltzman. "Household Name" will follow a family as they get a chance to buy their dream home, with one condition: they have to live with the previous owner.

Burnett will star as the previous owner who's described as "larger than life," and "eccentric."

Melissa McCarthy serves as executive producer on two upcoming sitcoms

TV Land has given a series order to "Nobodies" which will be executive produced by Melissa McCarthy, and husband Ben Falcone. The series will star Larry Dorf, Hugh Davidson, and Rachel Ramras as lesser comedians trying to help their careers by finding a feature film script for their famous friend.

The comedy has been described as "honest" and "bold," the sort of show that makes you laugh and cringe at the same time. TV Land has ordered a 12 episode season 1, set to premiere on March 29, with a second season already ordered.

Fox also has a Melissa McCarthy project in mind. The actress, and Ben Falcone will also serve as executive producers on upcoming project, "Amy's Brother," a half hour comedy about an unconventional family of a type A man, his sister, and her two kids living together. No further information has been released.

ABC, Fox, and TV Land have big plans. Which project are you most excited for?