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As previously reported, TV Line delivered their newest spoiler chat session. In this particular segment, a new "Nashville" season 3 teaser spoiler, popped up, in regards to the Rayna and Luke's romantic situation. Luke star, Will Chase, help them out with the teaser by implying that he thinks Rayna and Luke will indeed stay together, but you never know. In their spoiler chat report, they stated: "You sure you want “anything”? Because what I’ve got will raise the ire of exactly half of the show’s fans (Aka those loyal to Deacon): Newly upped series regular Will Chase tells TVLine, “My gut says that Luke and Rayna will be together, but you never know. They have to write some more stories.” Stay tuned. Season 3 is set to premiere this Fall 2014. »
[Warning: This story contains spoilers from "On the Other Hand," the season-two finale of Nashville.] ABC's country music drama Nashville delivered a more emotional season finale but still managed to throw all of its cards up in the air. After its freshman finale was met with critical backlash, series creator Callie Khouri opted to tell a different story while bringing a traditionally soapy cliffhanger to the show. During the hour, Luke (Will Chase) proposes to Rayna (Connie Britton) in the middle of a concert, much to the chagrin of Teddy (Eric Close), Deacon (Charles Esten) and their
- Lesley Goldberg
There's no need for car wrecks in tonight's Nashville finale. Why? Because the emotional drama will already be more than enough for the ABC hit's viewers to handle! We chatted with two of Nashville's leading men, Charles Esten and Will Chase, whose characters Deacon and Luke are vying for Rayna (Connie Britton), at the Entertainment Weekly and ABC Upfront party in New York City on Tuesday night, where they dished on the heartbreaking finale in store for fans. Though Chase assured us there are "no fisticuffs" between the handsome men, he teased, "One woman will tear us apart!" And while last season's finale ended on a shocking cliffhanger, with Rayna and Deacon »
Stars of current hits like Scandal and Nashville mingled with the stars of ABC’s next crop of shows Tuesday night at ABC and EW’s upfronts party in New York. More importantly, we spotted Scandal’s Tony Goldwyn giving showrunner Shonda Rhimes a loving kiss on the top of her head. Typical Fitz; make us swoon, why don’t you?
ABC’s new series include Rhimes’ college-set How to Get Away With Murder and Oscar winner John Ridley’s American Crime. The new shows aren’t all crime dramas though – Cristela, a sitcom that follows a law student and her Mexican-American family, »
- Ariana Bacle
Are Rayna and Deacon over for good on ABC's Nashville?
After Luke Wheeler (Will Chase) confessed his love for Rayna (Connie Britton) in last week's episode — and now that he's set to (mild spoiler alert) make an even bolder statement in the finale — will she push her feelings for Deacon (Charles Esten) aside for good?
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- Liz Raftery
The first-ever Nashville cast concert tour hit New York City on May 6, with Charles “Chip” Esten (Deacon), Clare Bowen (Scarlett), Jonathan Jackson (Avery), Sam Palladio (Gunnar), Chris Carmack (Will), Chaley Rose (Zoey), and Will Chase (Luke) in tow. They performed songs heard on the show, as well as originals. In honor of Bowen’s song “Cheap Red Wine,” which will be on the album she’s currently cutting, Mandi Bierly and Samantha Highfill grabbed a couple of glasses after the show and discussed their notes on the set list, Esten’s biceps, and the adorableness that was Chase’s girlfriend, »
- Mandi Bierly
People in the United States and Mexico are celebrating Cinco de Mayo today, the holiday celebrating Mexico’s 1862 defeat of France at the Battle of Puebla. Cinco de Mayo is a chance for people to celebrate Mexican culture and heritage, and is celebrated with parades and festivals.
Cinco de Mayo Celebrations
Unfortunately, on Sunday, at the Cinco de Mayo parade in Detroit, a 19-year-old man was shot and killed. The alleged shooter, a 24-year-old, was arrested and the parade was cancelled.
“These types of events are important to maintaining a strong sense of community. It’s disheartening … that it was canceled because of a shooting. This is the first time I can remember in my whole life that violence has happened during the parade. It’s an event so many people look forward to,” said Detroit City Councilwoman and Cinco Parade Grand Marshal Raquel Castaneda-Lopez.
Still, many other Cinco de »
Recently, ABC released the new,official, synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming "Nashville" episode 21 of season 2. The episode is entitled, "All or Nothing with Me,” and it sounds like things will get pretty damn dramatic as guilt will overwhelm Juliette when more Avery drama arises, and more. In the new, 21st episode press release: Rayna will rally some very important friends to join her in a visit to Fort Campbell. Press Release number 2: Rayna is going to organize a charity concert at Fort Campbell after finding out Luke has been injured in Afghanistan, forcing him to cut his tour short. Deacon and Maddie are going to get brought closer together as they chart a new course for their future. Teddy will start to feel like his family is slipping further and further away from him. Juliette is going to be racked with guilt, knowing that her back is against the »
The First Lady is adding another TV credit to her resume. Michelle Obama will be making an appearance this spring in an upcoming episode of the ABC drama Nashville, the Associated Press reports.
Obama will guest star as herself alongside American Idol's Kellie Pickler in an episode titled "All or Nothing With Me," set to air on May 7th. The episode will find Rayna James (Connie Britton) enlisting the First Lady and Pickler to help host a »
Michelle Obama is dusting off her cowboy boots and heading to Nashville.
The First Lady will appear on the May 7th episode, when Rayna (Connie Britton) organizes a charity concert at Fort Campbell after finding out her boyfriend Luke (Will Chase) has been injured in Afghanistan and has to cut his tour short. Country singer and American Idol alum Kellie Pickler will also appear.
Nashville and more bubble shows: Which will survive?
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- Robyn Ross
First Lady Michelle Obama will play herself in a cameo appearance on ABC‘s country music drama Nashville on May 7, an episode titled “All Or Nothing With Me” that is set at the Fort Campbell Army base. This comes a couple months after she was set for a cameo on the season finale of Parks And Recreation on April 24, that appearance to promote her “Let’s Move” program targeting child obesity. Aside from numerous late-night appearances and docu-series, Obama has appeared in only a couple scripted series including Sesame Street in 2009 and in a cameo on Nickelodeon’s iCarly in 2012. Obama taped the iCarly appearance in June 2011 while in La to promote a series of PSAs targeting her “Joining Forces” initiative, designed to raise awareness of military families; iCarly‘s lead character was the daughter of a U.S. service member stationed overseas. That plan was unveiled at the WGA »
- THE DEADLINE TEAM
First lady Michelle Obama and “American Idol” alum Kellie Pickler are coming to “Nashville.” Flotus and Pickler will guest star on the May 7 episode of the ABC drama, titled “All or Nothing With Me.” They'll appear as themselves during a charity event held by Rayna (Connie Britton) at Fort Campbell after she finds out that Luke (Will Chase) has been injured in Afghanistan. Also read: 5 Crazy Things That Happened on the ‘Scandal’ Season 3 Finale Mrs. Obama has made numerous appearances on news and talk shows, but she's only guested once before on a scripted show — playing herself on Nickelodeon's “iCarly. »
- Jethro Nededog
TV news and notes:
- "Game of Thrones" fans are in for a treat leading up to the Season 4 premiere on Sunday, April 6. Beginning on Friday, April 4 at 9 a.m. Et/Pt, HBO2 will air Seasons 1-3 back-to-back twice, for 60 straight hours of "GoT" goodness. The marathon will end just before the premiere on HBO. HBOGo has also launched an interactive viewers' guide.
- "Nashville" is rocking out in real life, as stars from the ABC southern drama are going on tour. The "Nashville Concert Tour" will have stars Charles Esten (Deacon), Clare Bowen (Scarlett), Jonathan Jackson (Avery), Sam Palladio (Gunnar) and Chris Carmack (Will) perform in three cities (Chicago, DC and NYC). Will Chase (Luke) will also be performing for the New York concert. Dates and locations: 4/25 at Joe's Bar, Chicago; 5/4 at Lincoln Theatre, Washington; 5/6 at Best Buy Theater, New York Ctiy.
It’s official! The stars of Nashville are heading out on their first-ever concert tour. Charles Esten, Clare Bowen, Jonathan Jackson, Sam Palladio, and Chris Carmack are hitting the road on April 25, where they’ll put on their first show in Chicago. From there, the tour will continue to Washington D.C. on May 4, and New York City on May 6. And for NYC fans only, fellow cast member Will Chase will also take the stage.
But as all big Nashville fans will note, there are many pros and cons to be taken away from this tour lineup. The first, most noticeable element, »
- Samantha Highfill
More than a year after word first leaked that the stars of country music drama Nashville would hit the road, ABC has made it official. The network on Monday announced that stars Charles Esten (Deacon), Clare Bowen (Scarlett), Jonathan Jackson (Avery), Sam Palladio (Gunnar) and Chris Carmack (Will) will hit the road for a three-city tour in April and May. Co-star Will Chase (Luke) will join for one date in New York. Photos: Broadcast TV's Returning Shows 2014-15 "We’re thrilled to have an opportunity to showcase our artists in a live setting where fans can enjoy the
- Lesley Goldberg
New Nashville season 2,episode 18 intense spoiler promo clip hit the net. Last night, ABC released the new promo/spoiler clip (below) for their upcoming "Nashville" episode 18 of season 2, and it appears to be extremely dramatic and intense as Maddie talks smack to Rayna, Deacon resorts to more violence, and more. The episode is titled, "Your Wild Life's Gonna Get You Down." In the new episode 18, Rayna will end up, playing a mini-set on Luke’s tour, and her girls are going to meet his son, Colt, who is a moody teenager that has a big social media following. Juliette is going to get very jealous of Avery’s connection to Scarlett and will take it out on her while they tour together to help raise awareness of Highway 65. Will and Layla are going to make a plan that Gunnar will refuse to support, and Teddy is going to forbid Maddie »
New Nashville season 2,episode 18 official spoilers,plotline revealed by ABC. Recently, ABC released the new,official,synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming "Nashville" episode 18 of season 2. The episode is entitled, "Your Wild Life's Gonna Get You Down," and sounds like it'll get pretty dramatic as Juliette takes out a jealous Avery rage on Scarlett, and more! In the new,18th episode press release: Rayna will play a mini-set on Luke’s tour, and her girls will meet his son, Colt (Keann Johnson), a moody teenager who has a big social media following. Juliette is going to grow jealous of Avery’s connection to Scarlett and will take it out on her while they tour together to help raise awareness of Highway 65. Will and Layla are going to make a plan that Gunnar will refuse to support, and Teddy will forbid Maddie from attending Deacon’s latest concert. Guest stars will »
Here's some good news and bad news for Rayna Jaymes -- her lover and her nemesis will be around for more action and drama should "Nashville" get a Season 3 renewal.
Both Chase and Hudson were introduced this season on "Nashville" as recurring stars. Chase plays Luke Wheeler, a country music superstar as famous as Connie Britton's on-screen persona. Their professional relationship turned into a romantic one after working on a hit song together, and Chase's promotion means that romance has some real staying power.
Meanwhile, Hudson's promotion is not such a good sign for Rayna. Hudson plays Edgehill Records executive Jeff Fordham, who has made it his mission to kill Rayna's singing career ever since she bought herself out of the record company to start her own label. »
CBS has set up a site for fans of How I Met Your Mother to send a farewell message through various social media sites. The collection of sentiment is enough to make me stop muttering about how the comedy should have ended seasons ago.
Game of Thrones showrunners David Benioff and Dan Weiss tell EW that they see a seven-season run for the fantasy drama. “Seven gods, seven kingdoms, seven seasons. It feels right to us.” I’d find that comforting, but that also leaves a good amount of time for things to go wrong.
Then again, how wrong can things get as long as Lady Olenna keeps dropping the quips.
Based on my experience with The Vampire Diaries, my reaction to hearing about the surprise departure on The Originals was a shrug, but that’s based entirely on how irritating the character was on The Vampire Diaries. For »
- Lyle Masaki
Exclusive: Nashville‘s Rayna James is gaining a full-time friend and a full-time foe for next season. Recurring players Oliver Hudson and Will Chase are being promoted to regulars for Season 3, contingent on the ABC series getting a renewal, something considered likely as most of the network’s freshman dramas have struggled mightily this season. Hudson, who joined Nashville in the second episode of this season, plays arrogant Edgehill label head Jeff Fordham. Chase, who was introduced in Episode 5, plays Luke Wheeler, a country superstar and Rayna’s (Connie Britton) current significant. Hudson is repped by ICM Partners, Management 360 and Ziffren; Chase is with Gersh and AC Management. Related: 2014 ABC Pilots »
- NELLIE ANDREEVA
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