And just like that, the final curtain has fallen on CMT’s Nashville. Thursday night’s finale was a bittersweet sendoff to the show that captured the hearts of fans worldwide. While fans prepared to say farewell to the characters they’d grown to love and root for, they were also given another opportunity to say goodbye to…
CMT’s Nashville will come to a dramatic conclusion when its series finale airs in July, but not without the release of its final soundtrack.
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.
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 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.
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.
“…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 album includes collaborations between Clare Bowen and Sam Palladio, Charles Esten and Connie Britton, and many more.
Beyond selling 99¢ chicken nuggets, Panettiere starred in advertisements for the likes of Post Cereal, toolboxes and Triaminic VHS.
If the Nashies think they’ve seen everything in the past four seasons of the hit drama, Nashville, the next few episodes are about to blow their minds.
“My life and who I am have simply evolved in a beautiful way. So actually Nashville feels like a first home to me,” she told People in a recent interview.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The Nashville cast is back and ready for action as the production for the fifth season of the drama series recently started up.