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.
As the end of Nashville draws nearer, viewers can gain some peace of mind with the knowledge that a 29-track DVD.
“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.
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.
Charles Esten partnered with the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society to surprise Caitlin Hensley with an unforgettable experience.
The Nashville Tour has been a great deal of excitement for cast of the hit show, who have traveled around the world to perform for fans.
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.
Joining along for the ‘Nashville’ Tour includes Jonathan Jackson (Avery Barkley), Clare Bowen (Scarlett O’Connor), Charles Esten (Deacon Claybourne), and Chris Carmack (Will Lexington).
The “Think a Little Less” singer will lend his acting abilities over to the hit television drama series, playing himself during a scene between him and Avery Barkley (Jonathan Jackson).
The album includes collaborations between Clare Bowen and Sam Palladio, Charles Esten and Connie Britton, and many more.
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.
The video rounds up many of the main character actors of the television drama series and talks to them about all things Nashville.
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.
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.
Season five of Nashville will begin production in the very near future.
Nashville has been picked up by CMT for a full fifth season of 22 episodes.
The Grand Ole Opry and iHeartCountry teams will face off June 7 at 3pm at First Tennessee Park in Nashville.
The team at ABC’s hit country drama said they have an alternative ending to the show that will leave all questions answered and all people happy.