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NASHVILLE: What To Look For In Season Four!

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Today, TV Guide posted their annual feature of Returning Fall Shows: Where We Left Off, which recounts how last season ended for some of your favorite drama and comedies, and what to look forward to during the new season, as many series will begin to have their premieres throughout September and into October.

As for the Music City soap opera, Nashville now entering it’s fourth season, viewers left off with the cliffhanger of who flatlined during the liver transplant surgery: Deacon (Charles Esten) or his sister Beverly (Dana Wheeler-Nicholson).  Bets are on Bev did!

But as previewed from TVG, Connie Britton’s Rayna James will have plenty of changes personally and professionally to deal with in the new season:  “When the season picks up, about a month after the events of Season 3, ‘nothing is going to be the same” executive producer Dee Johnson says.  ‘Rayna comes into this new world order having to kind of start from scratch again on a lot of levels.’  On the professional side, that entails building up her roster again, which she does by recruiting an indie rocker who has a huge fan base and an ego to match. On the Juliette front, she continues to distract herself from motherhood by throwing herself into her music and going out on tour with Luke. Will is ‘in a self-imposed exile,’ Johnson says, as he tries to navigate the waters of his relationship with Kevin and his new role as an out country artist. And Layla and Jeff find themselves ‘on slightly more equal footing’ in their relationship, but look for Layla to feel slighted since she’s no longer Jeff’s No. 1 client.”

So, are you looking forward to season four of Nashville which begins on Wednesday night, September 23rd at 10PMET/9CT?  What do you think of the rundown thus far of what to expect is going to go down in the fourth season? Comment below!

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I once worked in a transplant unit and it is very long journey for the transplant recipient,
After surgery they are in an induced 3-4 day coma and til release drainage bags that go home with many, so that will be phony lol..
I like Nashville, I do not like the music and usually FF it..
I hope this season has less music and more drama. 🙂

Bonnie
Bonnie

Can’t wait love love love this show at its soapy best, such talented actors. Live tbe music and drama all rolled into one great show!

JUDY
JUDY

LOVE THIS SHOW…THE ACTORS AND THE MUSIC!!!!

Rebecca1
Rebecca1

I have no doubt I’ll love whatever they bring. LOVE this show and am relieved each time it’s renewed. The music…such a collaborative effort and a great showcase for these performers who have musical AND acting chops! The songs are so intertwined with the stories and relationships and depict a NASHVILLE I at this point can only imagine…a music community that thrives on creatvity which I love…but still has to deal with the reality of big business, competition and cutthroat realities. (Not to mention love, love, love…) Can’t wait!

janet
janet

I really enjoy this show actors and music. Will be watching.

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WATCH: Jonathan Jackson + Enation’s New Music Video “The Days Are Evil”

Five-time Daytime Emmy winner from General Hospital, and former Nashville star, Jonathan Jackson (Ex-Lucky, Ex-Avery) has released a new music video for the new single “The Days Are Evil” along with his band Enation.

The music video features shots of Jackson in a very dark incarnation, and the track will also appear on Jackson + Enation’s upcoming album due out later this fall, Ultraviolet Empire.

Jonathan says of the new album: “Our new album, Ultraviolet Empire, is a throwback record. It’s a record we played together live in the studio. Most of the songs are one take -just letting the band play.  It was amazing playing with our co-producer Colin Linden and capturing something so raw and visceral.”

This will be the band’s follow-up to their 2017 album  Anthems for the Apocalypse and their successful 2018 tour in Europe opening for Echo & The Bunnymen,

Check out the music video featuring Jonathan released this week below.

Then, let us know, should Lucky return to Port Charles for the Nurses’ Ball with his band and play a tune off the new album next spring? Will Jonathan come home to GH for a guest appearance? Will you be checking out the new music from him in the coming months? Comment below.

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RENEWALS: How to Get Away with Murder, Grey’s Anatomy CANCELLATIONS: Life In Pieces, Star

The last 36 hours have seen some of your favorite primetime dramas renewed and others canceled; several of which feature former or current soap stars.  ABC has renewed for its upcoming sixth season How to Get Away with Murder.  During its fifth season, the series ranked as the No. 1 program in Thursday’s 10 PM slot in key demos: Adults 18-34 and Women 18-34.

How To Get Away With Murder stars Viola Davis as Annalise Keating, a law professor at a prestigious Philadelphia university who, with five of her students, becomes entwined in a murder plot.  The ensemble cast includes: Rome Flynn (Ex-Zende of The Bold and the Beautiful) who plays the key role of Gabriel Maddox.

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Also on ABC, Grey’s Anatomy received a two-year renewal for seasons 16 and 17.  For season 16, former Nashville star Chris Carmack (Ex-Will) has been upped to series regular in his role of “Link”.

 

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However, the ensemble CBS comedy Life in Pieces which features Y&R’s Hunter King (Summer) as Clementine was canceled, and will not return after its current fourth season which is currently airing its fifth episode out of thirteen.

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Upon learning of the cancellation, King took to her Instagram and shared: “Thank you for bringing me into the Life In Pieces family and for making it such a fun four years. I have so much love and respect for everyone who was involved in this show. Thank you to the amazing cast and crew, and thank you to our amazing leaders Justin Adler, @kaplanaaron , and Jeff Morton . I am forever grateful.”

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Finally, Lee Daniels series on Fox, Star, which has been a companion to his hit sudsy Empire, was also canceled after its 3rd season.  Star followed three talented singers – running from their pasts and desperate for a new start – with ambitions of stardom, as they navigate the cutthroat music business.  It has been reported by various outlets that the showrunners will be looking for another home for the series to try to continue it on.

So, happy to learn about HWTGM and ‘Grey’s’ being renewed? What do you think of the cancellations of Life in Pieces and Star? Let us know via the comment section below.

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NASHVILLE To Become Broadway Musical

Looks like the Music City drama, Nashville, originally on ABC and then on CMT, has more than nine lives! Now the popular soap is headed to the stage and Broadway after six seasons on the small screen.

The show is set to have a musical adaptation with 10-time Tony Award winner Scott Delman (American IdiotRagtimeBook of MormonHello, Dolly!Fun HomeMean Girls) in charge.  In addition, Delman will serve as lead producer of the show and he has acquired the live theatrical rights from Lionsgate and ABC Studios.

Nashville, with its complex, relatable characters and sweeping emotional gestures, has all of the narrative elements that I look for in great theatrical source material,” Delman said in a statement. “From that rich DNA, we will be building an original story with entirely original music, written by major Nashville and Broadway songwriters.  We are particularly excited to deliver Broadway’s first score of true contemporary country music — a genre that has exploded with mainstream audiences in recent years. Lionsgate has a treasure-trove of sterling IP, and I’m honored to be a part of this new phase of their live entertainment division.”

Additional information on the upcoming musical, including production dates and a creative team, is expected to be announced shortly.  Now the question becomes; will some of its beloved series stars be in the Broadway rendition of the series?

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Nashville actor Sam Palladio (Gunnar Scott) shared the news on Twitter.

So, excited to hear the news of a Broadway musical of Nashville? Would you like to see Charles Esten, Jonathan Jackson, Sam Palladio, Hayden Panetierre and others hit the stage in the roles they originated? Comment below.

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