If you’re worried that
“Nashville” will conclude this season with another ridiculous stunt like the Season 1-ending car crash, don’t worry. Season 2
will end on a cliffhanger, but a very different kind.
“It’s an altogether different kind of feeling,” creator and executive producer Callie Khouri tells
Zap2it about the Season 2 finale. “All of the cliffhangers this season will be purely emotional. There… Continue reading 'Nashville' creator compares 'emotional' Season 2 finale to Season 1 finale's car crash
Good news, Deacon lovers: He and the other country crooners on Nashville will be back for another season.
The drama that stars Connie Britton and Charles Esten was one of the last shows waiting for a pickup from ABC, which already announced renewals for series like Grey’s Anatomy, Scandal, Revenge, Castle and Once Upon a Time.
There’s still no word yet on Last Man Standing or the unscripted show The Taste
Now that Dexter Roberts’ “American Idol” journey is over, the 22-year-old Alabama singer has a new plan of action. First, a nap (preferably outdoors somewhere). Second, head to Nashville and work on a country music career. Third, a hunting show. Wait, what?
Roberts tells a small group of reporters backstage after his elimination during Top 7 week that his big dream is actually to have… Continue reading 'American Idol' Dexter Roberts' post-elimination plans: Sleep, Nashville and a hunting show
That’s what we got when we watched the exclusive sneak peek below from next Wednesday’s season 2 premiere of Nashville.
In the video, we pick up right after last season’s terrible car wreck and see Deacon use his many, many muscles to drag an unconscious Rayna out of the car, all the while whispering sweet pleas for her to “wake up.” (Sob!) And if that’s not enough of… Continue reading ‘Nashville’ sneak peek: Rayna’s life is in peril — EXCLUSIVE
Disaster was inevitable in the “Nashville” episode, “A Picture from Life’s Other Side.” With romantic entanglements, legal troubles and general angst from every quarter, disaster may have been inevitable. It’s even possible that the murder-suicide of Jolene and Dante was necessary before the end of this one.
Here are the main disasters we get.
Everything is going peachy between Rayna (Connie Britton) and Deacon (Charles Esten), but that’s not exactly sitting… Continue reading 'Nashville': Disasters end in a murder-suicide