We didn’t think this was possible, but Reese Witherspoon is about to get even busier. In addition to bringing us the second season of Big Little Lies and a Legally Blonde 3 sequel, she’s now getting her very own interview show.

On Tuesday, July 10, Witherspoon’s production company Hello Sunshine, along with AT&T, announced that the actress will be leading a new unscripted series called Shine On With Reese, which will air on her DirecTV on-demand channel, according to Vulture.

Set to premiere on July 17, the show will feature Witherspoon interacting with “extraordinary women who have created their own unique paths to success,” such as Pink, America Ferrera, Kacey Musgraves, Ava DuVernay, and Dolly Parton.

Shine On With Reese is about experiencing with Reese the stories of exceptional artists, entrepreneurs, and leaders who happen to be women, and reveals how their personal journeys are unique yet relatable,” Charlotte Koh, Hello Sunshine’s head of digital media and programming, said in a statement to E! News. “It epitomizes our goal of telling unexpected stories from interesting women’s perspectives.”

The Hello Sunshine channel will also premiere a new reality series called Master the Mess, which will give Nashville-based “decluttering gurus” Clea Shearer and Joanna Teplin a chance to shine.

Founded by Witherspoon, Hello Sunshine “celebrates women and puts them at the center of the story,” with an aim to “shine a light on where women are at right now and those that help chart a new path forward.” The brand includes film, television, audio, a website, newsletter, social and digital channels, and Reese’s Book Club.

“My lifelong passion has been to tell women’s stories with authenticity and humor,” Witherspoon said back in 2016, when her new company was announced. “Women are looking for entertainment that speaks to them about what they value. Hello Sunshine will make content that entertains, educates, and brings women together.”

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