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Star Style: What They're Wearing, Where They Are Going And What They're Doing
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A Look At What Your Faves Are Posting On Instagram And Twitter.
A Look At What Your Faves Are Posting On Instagram And Twitter.
A Look At What Your Current And Former Soap Faves Were Up To This Week
A Look At What Your Current And Former Soap Faves Were Up To This Week
NASHVILLE Renewed For Season 6
NASHVILLE Renewed For Season 6
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Prime-Time Alums To NASHVILLE
With the departure of Connie Britton (Rayna), NASHVILLE is adding some new female faces. EMPIRE’s Kaitlin Doubleday (ex-Rhonda) and Rachel Bilson, best known for playing Summer on THE O.C., will join the cast for the second half of season 5. Deadline.com reports that Bilson will be involved in a storyline at record label Highway 65, Read More
A look at what your current and former soap faves were up to this week
A look at what your current and former soap faves were up to this week
A look at what your current and former soap faves were up to this week
A look at what your current and former soap faves were up to this week
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NASHVILLE Sneak Peek Tonight
Weeks ahead of its Thursday, January 5, two-hour premiere on its new network, CMT, NASHVILLE kicks off its fifth season tonight at 9 p.m. ET/PT with a special sneak peek at the first hour of the premiere. The season begins with Rayna and Deacon facing a new normal with Maddie now back home and Highway Read More
CMT Changes NASHVILLE Premiere Date
NASHVILLE will bow earlier than the previously announced date on CMT. The show was originally slated to debut on January 5, but will instead air the first hour of the two-hour premiere on December 15. Charles Esten (Deacon) broke the news on Instagram. To watch, click here.
Big NASHVILLE Preview!
In an exclusive interview with ew.com, NASHVILLE’s new show runners, Marshall Herskovitz and Ed Zwick, unveil their plans for the show, and what to expect when season 5 debuts on new network CMT on January 5. For the dish, click here. 
NASHVILLE First Look Promo
CMT has released a new promo for the upcoming fifth season of NASHVILLE. The drama, which moved from ABC to CMT, will debut on January 5, 2017. To watch the promo, click here.
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Connie Britton To Exit NASHVILLE
Say it ain’t so! Hot on the heels of the announcement that NASHVILLE will premiere on January 5, 2017, comes word from tvline.com that series star Connie Britton (Rayna) will leave the show in its upcoming fifth season, appearing in only 10 of its 22 episodes. For the full story, click here.
Season Five Premiere Date For NASHVILLE Set
NASHVILLE will return for season 5 on its new network home on CMT on January 5, 2017. The series, which features soap alums Hayden Panettiere (ex-Lizzie, GL et al) and Jonathan Jackson (ex-Lucky, GH), will be available on Hulu the day after first airing on CMT. For more, click here.
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NASHVILLE Cast Update
Connie Britton (Rayna), Hayden Panettiere (Juliette), Jonathan Jackson (Avery), Charles Esten (Deacon), Sam Palladio (Gunnar), Clare Bowen (Scarlett) Lennon Stella (Maddie), Maisy Stella (Daphne) and Chris Carmack (Will) are all set to return to NASHVILLE when it debuts on CMT, reports TVLine exclusively. According to Variety, Will Chase (Luke) and AubreyPeeples (Layla), who are not returning as series regulars, are expected to Read More
Casting Shakeup At NASHVILLE
Will Chase (Luke) and Aubrey Peeples (Layla) will not be continuing with NASHVILLE.
Nashville Renewed For 5th Season
After being canceled by ABC, NASHVILLE has been renewed for a fifth season, which will air on CMT and be streamed on Hulu. The renewal was announced online at http://www.tennessean.com. To read the full article, click here.