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A fading country music star comes into conflict with a rising young star.


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Series cast summary:
 Scarlett O'Connor (98 episodes, 2012-2017)
 Juliette Barnes (98 episodes, 2012-2017)
 Deacon Claybourne (98 episodes, 2012-2017)
 Avery Barkley (98 episodes, 2012-2017)
 Gunnar Scott (98 episodes, 2012-2017)
 Rayna Jaymes (97 episodes, 2012-2017)
 Maddie Conrad (93 episodes, 2012-2017)
 Daphne Conrad (93 episodes, 2012-2017)
 Will Lexington (83 episodes, 2013-2017)
 Bucky Dawes (79 episodes, 2012-2017)
 Teddy Conrad (68 episodes, 2012-2017)
 Glenn Goodman (65 episodes, 2012-2017)
 Luke Wheeler (57 episodes, 2013-2016)
 Layla Grant (56 episodes, 2013-2016)
 Emily (56 episodes, 2012-2017)
 Jeff Fordham (40 episodes, 2013-2015)
 Tandy Hampton (40 episodes, 2012-2017)


Set against the backdrop of the Nashville music scene, the new drama revolves around a 40-year-old superstar Rayna Jaymes, whose star begins fading. She is forced to team up with Juliette Barnes on tour in order to maintain her label's support for her latest record, whose sales have been underwhelming. Written by Max Axall

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A record breaking rivalry begins.


Drama | Music | Romance


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Release Date:

2012 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Nashville: No Ritmo da Fama  »

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16:9 HD
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Expectations: Surpassed!
14 October 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A few months ago, I saw a teaser on ABC advertising this new show "Nashville." At the time, I was skeptical of the show, dismissing it as just another one season wonder. I assumed it would employ pointless sexuality, unrealistic dialogue (done in cheesy southern accents), and plot points that ventured outside of likelihood.

And then I found out that the creator was the screenwriter from "Thelma & Louise" and that most (if not all) of the actors and actresses had pristine track-records when it came to their choices (Connie Britton's work on "Friday Night Lights", Hayden Panettierre's work on "Heroes", etc. etc. etc.), not to mention having music produced by some of country music's hottest. I decided, "What the heck?" and decided to give the show a shot.

Every aspect of the show blew me away, from the opening shots of Nashville (I'm a Tennessee native myself, so it's always refreshing to see my great state shown in such a marvelous light), to the wonderful performances of Britton and Panettiere and other cast members, to the knock-your-socks off music (none of your Glee original music here; this is some high quality country!...which is saying a lot, as I am not a huge fan of country music), to the SUBTLE sexuality which--in my opinion--outdoes the blatant sexuality every time.

In all, I found this to be one of the most promising shows (if not THE most promising show!) of the 2012-2013 season, and I cannot wait to tune in each and every Wednesday.

Fantastic, fantastic, fantastic!

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