After six seasons, CMT’s Nashville will wrap with what actor Charles Esten calls a ‘delicate and special’ ending.
Kane Brown and Dan + Shay took to the CMA Fest stage with excitement and power for their first-ever performances in Nissan Stadium.
Bobby Bones will serve as one of the team captains for the Saturday ball game.
Brad Paisley and Kimberly Williams-Paisley brought their friends together for a roaring 80s party to help the fight against Alzheimer’s.
That’s a wrap! CMT’s Nashville finished filming for its sixth and final season with a cast and crew wrap party in Music City.
Filming for CMT’s musical drama Nashville is winding down after Charles Esten posted a video of his final scene with Lennon and Maisy.
The 2018 CMA Music Festival will be held in Nashville on June 7-10.
As the end of Nashville draws nearer, viewers can gain some peace of mind with the knowledge that a 29-track DVD.
Rather than head back out to the Hollywood lifestyle, Esten hopes to live in Nashville and continue making music even after the cameras stop rolling for Nashville.
“We have another 10 episodes to shoot together, so we can say all we need to say…” Esten explains.
“It’s so funny, our little running joke is I read for the role of Deacon and my buddy Chip got it. So I always like telling that he stole my gig,” DeMarcus joked.
“The 2018 UK Tour will be bittersweet for our cast of amazing actors…,” said Steve Buchanan, President, Opry Entertainment.
“Endless gratitude and love to everyone who made our show possible,” Clare Bowen wrote in part.
All good things must come to an end, so Nashville will take its final episodes to season six with the series ending after its run in 2018.
Nashies can tune in to the sixth season of the hit television drama on Thursday, January 4, as announced by Hayden Panettiere and Jonathan Jackson in a simple Instagram video.
Just as the storylines for Nashville are getting bigger with the introduction of a new season, the cast plans to grow in size as well with the addition of five new characters to the show.
As Michael Ray hit the stage, he emotionally thanked the first responders and medical teams for saving lives after the worst mass shooting in modern U.S. history.
Each of the guests at the vigil emphasized the community and family ties that unite Nashville with all those in need during times of tragedy.
“How resilient and how much they’re fighting will always be on my mind and something I’ll never forget,” Bryan shared of his visits with St. Jude patients.
“It’s kind of mind-blowing because here we are at the Ryman Auditorium, surrounded by these icons of country music,” Nashville’s Charles Esten told SLN on the blue carpet.