Apparently getting tackled in a Super Bowl commercial is a sure path to career rebirth. Betty White, the octogenarian who starred in The Mary Tyler More Show, Golden Girls, and Ladies Man, has inked a deal to star in TV Land’s Hot in Cleveland. White will play the role of a sassy landlord in—you guessed it—Cleveland. The series will also feature Valerie Bertinelli (One Day at a Time), Jane Leeves (Fraiser), and Wendie Malick (Just Shoot Me) as three Los Angeles women who board a plane for Paris but land unexpectedly in Ohio, where the trio discovers new sides of themselves. It’s been a great year for White, who was featured in The Proposal and is set to host Saturday Night Live on May 8—thanks to an army of Facebook fans who demanded the venerable comedienne be given the honor. White was originally signed on for just the pilot, but TV Land apparently realized that adding the star to the entire 10-episode run would prove to be a good decision. Hot in Cleveland will begin airing in June.