Lifetime Television has ordered 13 episodes of "Rita Rocks," a half-hour comedy that will follow a working mom who reinvents her life as a musician in a garage band.

The show will premiere this fall and will star "The King of Queens'" Nicole Sullivan, Richard Ruccolo and Tisha Campbell-Martin.

Marianne Goode, head of music for Lifetime, says the songs in the show will be be recognizable classics and will be performed by Sullivan and Campbell-Martin. The pilot, for instance, is scheduled to feature the tune "Try A Little Tenderness."

"The use of music will serve the story; it will be wrapped around the song," she says. "It won't be shoehorned in there."

In addition, there will be an online component. "Most likely we'll provide a link to buy the song through iTunes from Lifetime's site associated with the show," Goode says. "We do that with the music for other shows - 'Army Wives' has that - so I assume we'll do the same here."

The show will be part of a one-hour comedy block on the cable network, teaming with "Reba."