News also broke out that the show will air one hour of the two-hour premiere special on December 15 to give fans a sneak peek.
Ed Zwick and Marshall Herskovitz expose some huge spoilers and discuss character development in the upcoming season of the television drama.
Actor Christian Coulson comes on as a new addition by the name of Damien George, who happens to be a British director on Scarlett (Clare Bowen) and Gunnar’s (Sam Palladio) new music video.
Get ready and hold on tight, Nashies, because it looks like Nashville on CMT is coming back bigger and better than it’s ever been before!
For season five, the storyline will focus on deepening character relationships and developing a new ear for diverse music genres.
Mendler will be playing the role of Ashley Wilkenson, who happens to be a huge YouTube star who is on the brink of recording her first-ever album.
The video rounds up many of the main character actors of the television drama series and talks to them about all things Nashville.
“What I can tell you is we’re on CMT now and we have amazing new writers I’m so excited about, Marshall Herskovitz and Ed Zwick, and it’s going to be the best writing we’ve ever seen on Nashville,” she said. …
The television music drama released a clip to all of its social media accounts of a 15-second preview of what season five has in store for the cast.
According to EW, Richards will be playing the role of a “tough but understanding physical therapist who helps a series regular through one of their most difficult challenges.”
The network put out a nationwide casting call in order to find their new character, Clay, who they are planning to have as a main member of the cast.
Britton stands up alongside celebrities such as Justin Timberlake, Kendall Jenner, Tori Kelly, Usher, P. Diddy, Mary J. Blige, and Jamie Foxx.
The Nashville cast is back and ready for action as the production for the fifth season of the drama series recently started up.
Reportedly, the actress has only signed up for 10 episodes of the new season.
Attention all #Nashies! Charles Esten, known as Deacon Claybourne on Nashville, revealed some huge news for the series at the Grand Ole Opry this weekend.
Sounds Like Nashville caught up with Chris Carmack, Charles Esten and Clare Bowen and got their off-screen Nashville favorites.
“I’ve watched Skyville before and I was already a fan,” Esten shared with Sounds Like Nashville.
Charles Esten is prepared to release a new track every Friday until he runs out of songs. That’s right, Every. Single. Friday. (See what he did there?)