Country favorite Craig Morgan is the star of a reality show premiering on the Grand Ole Opry’s new Circle Network, with Craig’s World set to begin airing March 5.
Billed as one of the new streaming service’s flagship programs, Craig’s World will start its run with 10 episodes which follow the singer as he walks a line between family man and touring artist. A teaser promo for the show finds Morgan welcoming the birth of a granddaughter, as well as discussing what it means to be a member of the Opry itself, and other adventures on the show are said to include Morgan teaching his grandson to ride a dirt bike.
“We do our normal stuff. We don’t create stuff. There’s no drama — if there is, it’s real life and it’s really happening,” Morgan tells Rolling Stone of the new show. “Like dealing with the loss of our son and the pain we may be feeling that day. Or having a band member quit and having to replace them. Or teaching my grandson to ride a motorcycle.”
Morgan previously starred in the long running hunting and outdoor-lifestyle show, Craig Morgan: All Access Outdoors, while a 2018 docuseries titled Morgan Family Strong found the “Redneck Yacht Club” hitmaker dealing with the tragic 2016 death of his son, Jerry.
Craig’s World will premiere March 5 at 8 p.m. ET on Circle Network, and following the surprise success of his emotional 2019 single “The Father, My Son and the Holy Ghost,” Morgan has reunited with his former record label — presumably with a fresh batch of music in the works. The Circle Network is available now featuring a range of country-related programming, including live Grand Ole Opry performances and the return of Hee Haw.