Move over, The Proud Family. There's a new show featuring Beyoncé's vocals in its theme song.
Queen Bey's mom, Tina Knowles, announced on Dec. 21 that she will be at the helm of a new Facebook Watch show called Talks With Mama Tina. As if that news isn't thrilling enough, the matriarch also revealed that the show's theme song features the voice of not only her Grammy-winning daughter, but that Beyoncé's kids, Blue Ivy, 9, and 4-year-old twins, Sir and Rumi, also lent their little vocals for the track.
"I'm so excited to announce the launch of my new @wetheculture @Facebookwatch show ‘Talks With Mama Tina,' where I've invited some of my favorite people over to my home and have a talk with me," Tina captioned an Instagram video of the show's trailer. "I loved filming this show and sitting down with so many amazing people because we got to have such honest heartfelt conversations and I got to make them my famous GUMBO! Be sure to tune in starting on THIS Wednesday 12/23 at 5 pm PCT to view."
"Thank you to my baby @beyonce and my beautiful grand babies for making this special theme song for the show," she added. "Are you guys ready to watch?"
With the guest lineup that she has planned, the answer is an immediate yes. The trailer features appearances from Zendaya, Chloe Bailey, Halle Bailey, Kelly Rowland, Ciara, Kevin Hart, Tiffany Haddish, Marsai Martin and more—so count us in. But, not only are the superstars themselves at the forefront, but as Tina noted, she also "got the pleasure of sitting down with some of the mothers of these talented superstars." She added, "I'm really proud of this show and all the people who helped make It happen! You won't want to miss an episode!"
"You can enjoy watching these heart-to-heart talks and sometimes they show a more serious side of my guests," Tina continued. "We talk about their families and how they grew up and it is a very beautiful way to celebrate the talent of all of these super talented people."
As a reminder, the "celebration" begins on Wednesday, 12/23 on Facebook Watch.