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The record label Rayna Jaymes worked so hard to build may be in shambles, and if it does survive, it’ll do so without one of its marquee players. Still, Nashville showrunner Marshall Herskovitz says, we should consider the Season 5 finale a win… for Juliette, if no one else.
Even though Ms. Barnes spends the end of the hour wondering if she’s irrevocably messed-up, “She also does this remarkable thing to redeem herself,” the Ep tells TVLine. He’s referring to Juliette’s pulling herself out of the running for an American Music Award and outing herself — via morally »
Freestyle Digital Media has acquired the North American rights to John Asher’s family drama “A Boy Called Po,” starring Christopher Gorham, Julian Feder, and Kaitlin Doubleday, Variety has learned exclusively.
The film will be released in domestic theaters and on digital platforms on Sept. 1. It has been honored as the 2016 breakthrough feature at the San Diego International Film Festival and best feature film at Palm Beach International Film Festival.
Double Dutch International, headed by Jason Moring, is handling international sales rights and will introduce the title to international buyers during the upcoming Toronto International Film Festival in September.
Inspired by true events, “A Boy Called Po” tells the story of a recently widowed father (Gorham) struggling to raise his sixth-grade son (Feder) who has autism. The pressure of work, school, and coping with the loss of wife and mom push the two nearly to the point of breaking.
Asher directed from a script by Colin Goldman who »
- Dave McNary
Nashville is about to meet the ultimate pot-stirrer.
On Thursday’s episode, titled “The Night Before (Life Goes On),” Big Little Lies star Jeffrey Nordling makes his debut on the country music drama as Brad Maitland, an egotistical and powerful Nashville record label owner who has a contentious history with his ex-wife, singer-songwriter Jessie Caine (Kaitlin Doubleday).
In Et’s exclusive sneak peek at Nordling’s introduction, it’s clear his character’s unexpected presence will ruffle feathers in the Music City, and cause trouble for Jessie and Deacon Claybourne (Charles Esten).
Related: 'Nashville' Star Maisy Stella Debuts 'Riding Free' Music Video
Describing Brad as “a bull in a china shop,” Nordling -- who played Laura Dern’s husband, Gordon, on Big Little Lies -- says his character “is a guy who takes over a room." “The temperature changes when he walks in. He’s a very successful musical producer and probably has the ego to match »
Need to catch up? Check out the previous Nashville recap here.
Juliette does a mean, lowdown, plain-old bitchy thing in this week’s Nashville and, I swear on Dolly Parton’s storied wig collection, it could not come at a better time for the Cmt drama.
What better to pull us out of our post-Rayna grief haze than Music City’s other diva extraordinaire making a painfully on-brand return to form? With all of the feeeeeeelings that have been making the rounds since Big Red’s unexpected trip to the Grandest Ole Opry of All, it feels kinda refreshing to see Ms. »
Nashville is ramping up to premiere its new faces, Rachel Bilson and Empire alum Kaitlin Doubleday. Following a special screening of the latest episode at the Atx Television Festival, writer Scott Saccoccio said of Bilson's character Alyssa Greene: "Zack (Cameron Scoggins) brings her in. She's from Silicon Valley, as a new CEO for Highway 65. She brings new ideas to the label that maybe not everybody likes, but some do and maybe that will create problems." While co-writer… »
We’ve got questions, and you’ve (maybe) got answers! With another week of TV gone by, we’re lobbing queries left and right about shows including Twin Peaks, The Americans, The Handmaid’s Tale and Nashville!
RelatedOnce Exit, Arrow Callback, MacFive-0, Chicago Vows, Big News and 25 More Fall TV Predictions: Which Came True? »
Though grief is a circuitous journey full of setbacks and bad days, Nashville co-showrunner Marshall Herskovitz would like you to know that Rayna Jaymes’ friends and loved ones are coming out of the worst of it.
And so, though the redheaded country music star will continue to be a presence when the Cmt drama returns on Thursday, June 1 (9/8c), don’t expect the back half of the season to be a weeping, wailing rehash of her untimely death.
VideosNashville: New Season 5 Trailer Plays Up Juliette’s Big Fears, Finds Scarlett and Gunnar Facing Down a Gun (?!)
“What we’ve always »
"You think you're pretty tough?" This week, Cmt released a new trailer for the season five return of Nashville.The second half of season five will introduce new characters played by Rachel Bilson and Kaitlin Doubleday. The regular cast includes Hayden Panettiere, Charles Esten, Clare Bowen, Sam Palladio, Chris Carmack, Jonathan Jackson, Lennon Stella, and Maisy Stella. Cmt has already renewed the country music drama for a sixth season.Read More… »
In anticipation of the return of “Nashville,” Cmt released an all-new trailer for the second half of Season 5, which gives viewers a taste of what life will look like after Rayna — spoiler alert: there’s still a lot of drama.
Following Rayna’s death, the show will be back without Connie Britton, who exited in a sad turn of events in February’s midseason finale.
The trailer picks up with Rayna’s oldest daughter Maddie’s (Lennon Stella) career on the rise, while Hayden Panettiere’s Juliette Barnes is struggling to bounce back. Meanwhile, Scarlett (Clare Bowen) is wavering on the father’s identity of her unborn child.
In the new episodes, Deacon (Charles Esten) is fighting to keep record label Highway 65 in business, just as Nashville outsider Alyssa — portrayed by new cast member Rachel Bilson — brings her musical talents to town. Kaitlin Doubleday from “Empire” also joins the cast for the back-half of the season.
- Rebecca Rubin
If Juliette’s career falters in the second half of Nashville‘s fifth season, perhaps she can make a living out of her favorite hobby: finding trouble where there is none.
As you’ll see in this new trailer for the upcoming episodes — which get underway on Thursday, June 1, at 9/8c — Ms. Barnes undergoes challenges both professional (a slight backstage panic attack) and personal (the likely completely made-up fear that Hallie and Avery are growing closer than they should be) while the rest of Music City deals with its own drama.
Cmt has been mum about the roles that will be played by recently cast Rachel Bilson and Kaitlin Doubleday in Nashville’s upcoming new season, but now the show’s co-creator Marshall Herskovitz is sharing some character details for both. Bilson plays Alyssa Greene, a Silicon Valley marketing expert who is brought in to take Highway 65 to the next level. She isn't a country music fan, which she's not afraid to admit because the product doesn't matter to her. It's all about… »
Nashville is finally ready to spill the tea on its new blood.
Following the death of leading Rayna James (Connie Britton), the country music drama will welcome not one but two familiar faces in Rachel Bilson (The O.C.) and Kaitlin Doubleday (Empire) in the second half of season five. While both their castings were announced in March on the day of the midseason finale, details about their recurring roles were kept under tight wraps.
THR can reveal that Bilson will play Alyssa Greene, a Silicon Valley marketing expert who is brought in to take Highway 65 to »
- Kate Stanhope
Music City will have two new residents — one more welcome than the other — when Nashville‘s fifth season resumes on June 1 (9/8c).
As previously reported, Rachel Bilson (The O.C., Hart of Dixie) and Kaitlin Doubleday (Empire) will join the Cmt drama for the second half of Season 5. TVLine got co-showrunner Marshall Herskovitz on the phone to preview both actresses’ debuts (and, of course, we slipped in a few questions about Deacon, Juliette and the rest of the gang). Read on for the scoop!
RelatedNashville Sets Midseason Premiere: Ep Promises, ‘There Is Most Definitely Life After Rayna’ — Watch a Sneak Peek
* Doubleday’s Jessie Caine, »
Nashville‘s lovelorn Will Lexington may singing a different tune when the Cmt drama returns next month.
Cameron Scoggins — aka Will’s current squeeze Zach Welles — has been upgraded to a full-fledged series regular. His promotion, which kicks in with Season 5’s midseason premiere on Thursday, June 1 at 9/8c, all but confirms that The Powers That Be are making a commitment to Will and Zach as a couple.
RelatedConnie Britton Talks ‘Devastating’ Nashville Twist (‘There Wasn’t Any Alternative’), Teases Rayna’s ‘Return’
In other Nashville news, newcomer Odessa Adlon has been cast in the recurring role of Liv, »
Despite Connie Britton's departure, Cmt has renewed its Nashville TV show for a sixth season. The country music television network famously rescued Nashville last year, after ABC cancelled the drama series. In addition, season 5B will premiere on Thursday, June 1, 2017 at 9:00pm Et/Pt.Stars Charles Esten and Hayden Panettiere made a video announcement about the renewal. Check it out, below. Nashville also stars Clare Bowen, Sam Palladio, Chris Carmack, Jonathan Jackson, Lennon Stella, and Maisy Stella. Rachel Bilson and and Kaitlin Doubleday are joining the cast in the second half of season five. Also, Jeff Nordling will recur as record label owner, Brad Maitland.Read More… »
Cmt will continue playing music in Nashville for at least another season.
The network has opted for another season of the music-oriented series despite the loss of it's most prestigious character at the end of Nashville Season 5A.
There is also a new addition to the cast as well as an announcement of when you can expect Season 5B to begin airing!!
“Nashville is our biggest hit and we’re thrilled its fans have now become consistent Cmt viewers,” said Cmt president Brian Philips.
“As fans ourselves, we couldn’t be happier with our hometown show’s creative resurgence! We can’t wait for you to see what comes next.”
It all goes like this.
Season 5B will begin airing on June 1, while Nashville Season 6 will return at the beginning of 2018.
Nordling will play Brad Maitland, »
- Carissa Pavlica
Polish your cowboy boots and dry your tears, Nashville fans, because the Cmt series will return on Thursday, June 1 at 9/8c.
Cmt on Monday announced the midseason premiere date — as well as the series’ Season 6 renewal. Per the network, the first episode back will take place 10 weeks after the events of the midseason finale. “Deacon will help Daphne with a school project, but Daphne feels unmotivated. Juliette gives Maddie unsolicited advice about a song,” the official episode description states. “Scarlett and Gunnar receive news about the baby.”
“Nashville” has been renewed for a full, 16-episode sixth season, CMT announced Monday. Actor Charles Esten (who plays Deacon) announced the renewal during a Facebook Live video, along with other news for fans returning for the mid-season premiere on June 1, just a few days before the CMT Music Awards. Season 6 is set to premiere early next year. There isn’t word yet on the cast, who will be returning, or the exact airing date. Also Read: 'Nashville' Casts Rachel Bilson, 'Empire' Alum Kaitlin Doubleday Rachel Bilson (“Hart of Dixie”) and Kaitlin Doubleday (“Empire”) join the cast for the mid-season premiere, »
- Carli Velocci
Rayna Jaymes must be smiling down on her former Cmt series, because Nashville will be back for a sixth season, Cmt announced Tuesday.
RelatedCable/Streaming Renewal Scorecard: What’s Coming Back? What’s Cancelled? What’s On the Bubble?
Season 6 of the country-music drama will consist of 16 episodes, premiering in early 2018.
Nashville made its official Cmt debut in January to a total audience of 1.2 million, before floating down toward the 800,000-viewer range. But since Rayna’s death, the same-day audience has ticked up, settling back in around a million weekly viewers.
“Nashville” has been renewed by Cmt for a sixth season. The cable channel also set June 1 as the return date for the back half of the drama’s current fifth season.
Season six will consist of 16 new episodes and is set to premiere in early 2018.
Cmt became the new home of “Nashvile” last year when ABC canceled the country-music drama after the end of its fourth season. The first 11 episodes of season five averaged a 0.2 live-plus-same day Nielsen rating in the 18-49 demo and 900,000 total viewers — numbers that paled in comparison to what the series drew on broadcast, but were solid for a cable channel with limited scripted programming presence such as Cmt. In live-plus seven numbers, the first half of season five averaged 2.1 million viewers, making it the most watched show in Cmt history.
The first half of season five featured the death of lead character Rayna James, played by Connie Britton. Producers »
- Daniel Holloway
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