"I've always wanted to do a show for women that would offer them a safe place to have some fun and get vital information," Osmond said in a statement. "'Marie' will truly reflect my personality -- funny, sometimes serious and never predictable."
"Marie Osmond is unique in this industry," added Josh Raphaelson of Program Partners, the company that will produce the new hour-long show. "She is a star with an authenticity that makes her relate-able to every woman in America."
"Marie is a true original," said Ritch Colbert of Program Partners. "And 'Marie' the series will be every bit as much a winner as she is. This is the kind of project that stations have been waiting for, for a very long time."
Osmond previously starred in "The Donny & Marie Show" and competed on "Dancing with the Stars."
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