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.
The country couple has joined the star-studded lineup to raise money for victims of the recent hurricanes.
Because of the Grand Ole Opry, Esten decided to release his own original music to iTunes, calling it “Every Single Friday.”
The Nashville cast must pick up the pieces, and do so in a dramatic fashion, following the shocking death of Rayna Jaymes during the mid-season premiere for the continuation of season five.
From date nights to family fun, the country community came out to show some hometown pride for the Nashville Predators as they took the title for the Western Conference Finals.
The Music of Nashville Original Soundtrack Season 5 Volume 2 will feature 11 brand new tracks that will coincide with the upcoming episodes to finish out the dramatic season.
“There’s some real interesting stories that are going to happen about Highway 65 and what changes they need to make in order to stay alive,” showrunner Marshall Herskovitz revealed.
Both Charles Esten and Sam Palladio paid tribute to the iconic actor via their social media pages, thanking Boothe for the respect and talent he lent to the entertainment world.
Hint: four of the people on this list are two separate power couples!
“We’re gonna miss her and we’re gonna see how we go on from here,” admitted Esten.
Nordling will star as Brad Maitland, an egotistical yet successful record label owner of the most successful label in Music City.
Season six of the television drama series is slated to air in early 2018.
Rachel Bilson (“The OC,” “Hart of Dixie”) and Kaitlin Doubleday (“Empire”) are joining the cast of CMT’s hit drama, ‘Nashville.’
“…As a mother the idea of seeing two little girls lose their mom, it’s hard for me to talk about,” Panettiere admitted.
Nashville said goodbye to country queen Rayna James with a tribute performance like no other.
The return of Rayna James may be on its way.
Showing her passion for her career as well as the dedication she devoted to raising her family, it’s true to say that Rayna lived a ‘Life That’s Good,’ to say the absolute least.
Many of the Nashville cast members mourned the loss of Rayna James in some emotional posts throughout social media.