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With the success of "Revenge", ABC orders more new primetime soap pilots!

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ABC’s hit primetime  soap series, Revenge is bringing in great numbers for the  alphabet network and leads its timeslot against CBS and NBC! Based on its success, according to EW.com, “The lion’s share of the net’s drama pilots in development for fall offer sudsy tales in the vein of the Hamptons-based drama!”   This begs the questions, is the network trying to please their alienated soap fans who lost All My Children and One Life to Live in the daytime? Or, is it high-time that the primetime soap is finally having its comeback and now its quite apparent to the studio suits?

On-Air On-Soaps already reported to you last week that two shows, Americana and Nashville were greenlighted for nighttime soapy pilots and yet there are still more coming.  Check these out below.

Devious Maids: Based on the Mexican format, this soap follows four maids with ambition and dreams of their own while they work for the rich and famous in Beverly Hills.

Scruples: Based on 1978 novel Scruples that follows the life of Wilhelmina Hunnewell Winthrop, a.k.a. Billy, a previously plump woman who loses weight, becomes fabulously cool, and survives a very rich (and very old) first husband. She ends up opening up a Beverly Hills clothing boutique called Scruples.

Gilded Lillys:  Set in 1895, this epic love story follows the opening of the first grand luxury hotel in NYC, against a backdrop of vicious family rivalries, scandalous secrets, and conflict and comingling of classes.

Last Resort: An international action-thriller-soap that follows the story of establishing a new society in a world held hostage by the crew of a ballistic missile submarine. Basically a U.S. nuclear sub crew refuses orders to fire their missiles and escape to a NATO outpost and declare themselves the smallest nuclear nation.

So let us know … would you watch any of these on the table if they were ordered to series?

 

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Gloria
Gloria

Why can’t they just make a statement to the world that they made a mistake & misjudgment in cancelling our daytime dramas & bring them back? Everyone would be so happy!

Susan M.
Susan M.

Garbage!!!!!!!

Susan M.
Susan M.

Disregard my last comment; GARBAGE!!! I agree with Gloria!!!!!!!!!!!!

Matt
Matt

I’d rather watch one life to live and all my children in daytime then have these new shows 🙂

MBmomof3
MBmomof3

Okayyyy…so soaps are dead but we’re putting a bunch of new ones on primetime? :0 Maybe I don’t make $30,000,000 a year, but even I know when ur talking out of both sides of ur a$$. What is wrong with ABC/Disney. OLTL had a proven audience base with absolutely no promotion or support from the network for years. I would watch it in primetime. If I wasn’t boycotting ABC I’d even try the new soaps. But i am boycotting ABC/disney and ALL things ABC/Disney. If you put the daytime soaps back on the soap fans will return. Get it now ABC? Audiences love, want, need scripted dramas. DUH!

MaryAnne Robertson
MaryAnne Robertson

I do have to admit that Revenge is a good show, but I stopped watching it !! No MORE ABC/Disney in my house no more !! As for the high fashion night time soap they want to show, I watch Bold & the Beautiful on CBS !! As for Nashville, I will watch Dallas when it comes back on TNT !! I also bought the DVDs to watch them also, Don’t need ABC shows !!!

Torrey
Torrey

You want to know what I think, Michael? I think ABC should admit they were wrong and bring back OLTL!! Revenge is a good show, and I’m happy about its success, but flooding the network with a bunch of primetime soaps doesn’t do a DAYUM thing for the fans of daytime. (And yes, I know I misspelled damn. I just wanted to put emphasis on the word….LOL)

ABC needs to recognize that the people that watch or watched ABC Daytime are the same people that watch or watched ABC Primetime. And unless they want the anger from the daytime fans to spill over into primetime, they need to fix their daytime situation and bring back OLTL!!

barbara t
barbara t

so abc s buying more prime time soaps ,thats where they are putting there money now,to hell with the daytime soaps and the soap fans,this is why I am also tuning out abc in the evening,brain frons said that people are not tuning into soaps any more,but they are planing on putting them on at night,abc heres a news flash these show will never last 40 some years ,I guess the idiots running abc dont care whether there afternoon shows make it or not.theres always another dumb show waiting to be picked up.

Torrey
Torrey

Totally agree with you. Primetime soaps don’t have the longevity that daytime soaps have. Revenge is a good series, but how many seasons can the Leading Lady seek revenge? Most primetime soaps are lucky if they last one season….none of them could last 43. And lets face it, they are going to spend tons of money on the production of the primetime shows…not to mention the big time salaries they are going to most likely dish out.

Each day I find myself getting more and more frustrated with the stupidity of the ABC network….and I’ll be the first one to say it, the CBS soaps aren’t cutting it for me. B&B is quite possibly the worst soap on television…their whole show revolves around the stupid triangle of Liam/Hope/Steffi….I mean, who cares anymore. Steffi & Hope need to tell Liam to take a flying leap off a cliff. It is the most mindless dribble I have ever come across. Can’t hold a candle to OLTL.

Do the right thing ABC….save the money you are going to spend on one of those stupid primetime shows, and bring back OLTL!

Susan M.
Susan M.

I agree!! Abc is insulting our intelligence !!!!!!!!! Primtime soaps we don’t want!!!!!!!!!!! Daytime soaps is more like it…. LIKE ONE LIFE TO LIVE!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Brittaney Peacock
Brittaney Peacock

I don’t see why they just don’t bring back OLTL or AMC if they want to make new soaps.. None of those soaps sound good to me and I won’t be watching them, maybe Gilded Lillys sounds okay but the others sound like they have no meaning in the books at all.

lexiii314
lexiii314

I like this because I do love and watch Revenge. But I’m watching it under the assumption that it’s not going to be on for more then a few seasons. It has a plot that seems to have a main goal that has to end at some point.

Mary H
Mary H

ABC is crazy.. We don’t want new Soap Opera’s! We want our soaps back on even it they are in primetime..Why can’t they give the spots that they are putting all these new soaps in? If they are insistant on putting talk shows on daytime tv then but them in primetime. Or they need to do the right thing and give Agnes Nixon the rights to her shows back and let her move forward!

Tammy
Tammy

NO!! I will Not watch ANYTHING on ABC other than GH, They took 2 perfectly good soaps off the air for NO good reason and replaced them with CRAP!!! The least they could do is give Agnes her rights back so she can find homes for these beloved shows!!! Bring OUR ORGINAL SOAPS BACK!!!!

Vickie
Vickie

Still not willing to watch ABC/D, no matter how many lame nighttime soaps they put on. I want to see AMC and OLTL in the afternoon and much less reality/talk/makeover/cooking crap shows. I’d rather turn the TV off and read a book than watch the garbage that ABC/D thinks should be watched.

Dr. Donald G. Boudreau
Dr. Donald G. Boudreau

Answer: No. ABC and Disney have broken faith with their loyal viewership one too many times. We, our family and friends will continue boycotting all things Disney and ABC, until if and when OLTL and AMC are restored intact. Mr. Iger and Ms. Sweeney need to come clean with the public and make things right for once and for all. Or, release the rights to a party with the wherewithal to bring these shows back to their audiences. Then and only then can ABC and Disney begin salvaging their corporate reputations with the many millions of injured fans nationwide.

barbara t
barbara t

and I stand beside the dr.100%.bring back the soaps or we refuse to ever watch abc/disney again.only watch general hospital,when its over change the channel dont walk away,make sure abc is OFF.

Heather
Heather

Don’t just boycott ABC network shows. Boycott all of ABC’s syndicated shows as well.

Here’s a list of ABC syndicated programs. Boycott all theses shows even if the station in your area that is airing it is not affiliated with ABC.

According to Jim
Alias
America’s Funniest Home Videos
Ebert & Roeper
Home Improvement
Katie (coming in September 2012)
Live With Kelly
My Wife & Kids
Scrubs
Who Wants To Be A Millionaire

barbara t
barbara t

I dont watch any of these shows so I wont miss anything,I know that live with kelly is owned by abc we get it on the fox network where I live,when abc canceled the soaps kelly and the hosts of the view where told not to comment about the soaps ,shows how devious abc is .and look how long it took ericka slezak and susan lucci to voice there opinion .must be a bitch working for abc/disney,I can understand a gag order ,but what abc did ,and how they did it by lying ,its almost criminal .so many people were caught off guard with the canceling of all my children and one life to live.and abc will never be the same great network it once was.and I will continue to boycott abc /disney, and anything they are selling ,I dont want it.

cathy trinque
cathy trinque

I will not be watching anything on ABC day or night since my soaps were cancelled.
ABC can cancel our soaps but now try to go back into nighttime soaps. Must be copying TNT since Dallas will be coming there soon.

Brian
Brian

Not “one” of them interests me… the only “one” that would, would be “ONE LIFE TO LIVE”

Please ABC, how many people need to say this before you make some sort of comment with regards to the public out cry in losing “OLTL?”

david
david

Soap fans don’t give a damn about the creation of weekly primetime soaps. They will never substitute for OLTL with daily shows year around. Primetime soaps seem so much more predictable, lacking the sentiment, creativity, and whimsical surprises of OLTL. Emily Thorne has as much passion as a rock compared to Tea and Victor/Todd. There are no interesting female friendships like Viki and Dorian or Blair and Tea. I will not watch Revenge or any other garbage created by ABC.

Barbara Schuima
Barbara Schuima

Forget you ABC/DISNEY….Will never watch your network again until you give Agnes Nixon the rights to OLTL and AMC…..YOU MADE A MISTAKE ABC/DISNEY !!!!!! The only show I will watch is GENERAL HOSPITAL !!!!!! I miss the news and some of your nightime programs (which ARE soaps). BUT I WILL NOT BACKDOWN !!!!! BOYCOTT ABC/DISNEY !!!!!!!

Dennis L. Sisneros
Dennis L. Sisneros

I am sorry, as much as I like the soap opera format, vrs the trash they are putting on ABC these days, I will NOT watch any of the ABC nighttime dramas! They cancelled Desperate Housewives & Brothers And Sisters, and I will not watch their replacement shows. Other than GH, I am DONE with ABC. They were wrong to cancel AMC and OLTL at the same time. It was a slap in the face. They shouldn’t have been cancelled at all! Goodbye ABC!

Kristen Howe
Kristen Howe

No way! Unless they fix the mess of AMC-OLTL and dump the Chew/The Revolution, ABCD will no longer be turned on by me.

Lori
Lori

I can not, will not watch ABC daytime nor nighttime since they took AMC and OLTL off air. I give ABC 1 hour a day, for GH. I use to watch almost everything ABC. News, shows, day and night. No GMA, no news, nothing. I hope still-that ABC will make this right. If not their lose which they are seeing already. Viewership DOWN. Keep all your shows ABC-no one wants you or them.

Jane C
Jane C

NO, I will not watch ANY of these nighttime soaps. ABC took our daytime soaps (OLTL and AMC). I now have no loyalty to ABC and will not watch anything day or night if ABC or Disney is involved.

PD Miles
PD Miles

I can’t believe ABC, I thought they wanted out of the soap business and now they’re adding more at night??!! Well, I won’t be watching!!

avellina
avellina

No way will I watch any new show on abc. obviously they realize they made a mistake in the daytime soap cancellations. they should fess up and those shows back into production. put them on primetime!

Shannon
Shannon

Anything other than restoring AMC & OLTL is seen as an insult by ABC to its viewers. I am amazed that they think we will roll over on this..we won’t. They can order all the “pilots” they want..is no one at that network able to see that there are 2 shows with a built-in fan base of millions, ready to go? Restoring AMC & OLTL is a complete no-brainer.

PGP
PGP

They really ought to just bring OLTL and shorten the title to Llanview

KEITH
KEITH

I HAVE AN IDEA AS LIKE MANY I MISS OUR SOAPS AS WELL I DONT KNOW THE LEGAL PART OF THE CONTRACTS BUT WHY COULDNT AGNES NIXON CREATE A PRIME TIME SOAP AND KEEP OUR FAVORITE CHARACTERS ALIVE
INSTEAD OF AMC AND OLTL WHY NOT COMBINED THE TWO .WE ALL ENJOYED THE CROSS OVER STORIES IF SHE DOESNT HAVE THE RIGHTS TO THE SOAPS BUT DOES SHE HAVE THE RIGHTS TO THE CHARACTERS? TV SHOWS TODAY ARE HORRIBLE WE HAVE THIS AMAZING LADY THAT STILL HAS A STORY TO TELL BRING THEM TO PRIME TIME LIKE THE GOOD OLE DAYS OF DALLAS DYNASTY ETC… BUT BETTER WHAT EVER IT TAKES TO BRING OUR SHOWS BACK TO LIFE LETS DO EVERYTHING BUT GIVE UP .SHOWS COME AND GO THROUGH OUT THE YEARS BUT THESE ARE NOT JUST TV SHOWS THEY WERE APART OF AMERICAN LIFE

barbara t
barbara t

I thought of that to, but on another network,during the daytime,it just seems that alot of good shows get canceled ,and I dont trust how they do the ratings .agnes nixon does have alot more story telling to do ,have you gone to facebook there is a place called swan,we are trying to get agnes her stories back from abc and pp. and if she could write another soap and put it on in prime time I would watch ,as long as its not on abc.I dont think she would go there with an idea anyway.and you are right about all my children and one life to live they are a part of our american way.soaps started on the radio,no,I dont remember that ,but our soaps are a big part of our lives,and we should do all we can to save them.its sad that there are so many soaps not on television anymore .daytime viewing will never be as grand as it was before the networks started killing the soaps,there to much trash ,every time I channel surf its the same garbage ,I do alot of channel surfing at 2 oclock,I miss one life to live.

Susan M.
Susan M.

I agree with Barbara!!!!!!!!!!! I watch a movie at 2:00 p.m. M-F!!!! Or I do my house work later these days…………Don’t want Katie Couric joined with the other disasters on abc daytime(the chew & the revolution)…….Leave the one last soap on abc alone…If it happens.. Three strikes your out abc… You are out already abc!!!!!!!!! I still miss oltl.. I look aqt the cast picture I bought and it makes me sad to look at it… I want to see all these actors together in the very near future!! I am not giving up on that…………..Have to keep positive thoughts so should everyone else who loves & misses OLTL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! And wants it back so badly!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Tammy Grzenia
Tammy Grzenia

Oh wait a minute here i thought they said no one wants to watch soaps are they freaken kiddy me we .DAYTIME FANS DO .WE WANT AMC &OLTL BACK .NOW !!

Susan M.
Susan M.

Soooooo True Tammy!!!!!!!!!!!!!

dtd36028
dtd36028

No, I won’t watch ABC period–it’s been a “Mouseless” television since 1.13.12 and it is going to stay that way. Anne Sweeney and Brian Frons, don’t you both feel stupid right now?? If I were you, I wouldn’t show my face!!

El
El

I guess I’ll be the one who marches to a different drum. I still watch ABC and I am not ashamed of it because there are shows on there that I like and I am going to support the shows I like. Now with that said, Revenge isn’t one of those shows I like.

I actually can see why ABC is doing more primetime soaps, the audience (the younger people) don’t want to commit to a show that runs 5 days a week but they will commit to a show that runs 22 times a year.

steve
steve

Bring on the new soaps, I’m looking forward to something new and interesting…OLTO & AMC ran it’s course,(same crap every epi) add some of those actors to the new shows and I’m sure they will be a Hit!

Jeannie
Jeannie

I’m still suffering the loss of “As The World Turns” ! I miss them so much, it feels like they all died at once! I am still hoping to see that the show has miraculously been revived! That’s why I came to this website! Am I crazy? Not normally, but I watched those people for about 30 years! I still can’t believe it happened sometimes.

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NASHVILLE’s Chris Carmack Joins New Season Of ‘Grey’s Anatomy’

From country western singing sensation to the new orthopedic surgeon dubbed “Ortho God” at Grey Sloan Memorial, Chris Carmack is joining the cast of ABC’s Grey’s Anatomy.

On Nashville ,which concluded its six season run, Carmack played Will Lexington, but on Grey’s Anatomy he will recur as a new orthopedic surgeon who will cross paths with some of the series main characters. More details of the character are being kept under-wraps including his name.

‘Grey’s’ 15th season kicks-off on September 27th at 8PMEST with a two-hour episode.

Upon the reveal of the casting news, Carmack took to his Twitter account to share his response to a tweet from Shondaland, who welcomed him to the show with: “Thank you! Can’t wait to scrub in!

Then, the official ABC Grey’a Anatomy twitter account welcomed him to the show, in which Carmack responded: “Honored to be a part of this! Thank you!”

EW.com and Hollywood Reporter first broke the casting news

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NASHVILLE Series Finale Goes Out On A High Note In An Emotional Farewell

After six seasons (four on ABC and two on CMT), Nashville ended its run with a sentimental, heart-tugging wrap-up in its final episode last night.  Like any great soap opera, it’s all about those wonderfully rich characters that the audience has come to fall in love with; whether they be the good guys, the bad, or somewhere in between.  What was touching about the finale is that many characters lives ended on a happy note, or came full-circle.

Through creator Callie Khouri’s vision for six seasons, we came to love and care about Deacon, Avery, Juliette, Will and so many others, and of course, Rayna James.  And on the final installment, Connie Britton did make one final appearance as the late Rayna with her longtime music city scene partner, Charles Esten, that so many Nashies were hoping for before the final curtain came down.

So here’s what happened and where it all ended up, as we now imagine what these characters lives will be like, unless as now rumored, Khouri puts together a Nashville 2.0 spinoff.

Photo: Mark Levine/CMT

Maddie (Lennon Stella) and Twig (Dylan Arnold) are in the recording studio.  He wants to be her everything.  She feels pressured.  In a conversation with Scarlett (Claire Bowen), she reveals she is just trying to get over her bust up with Jonah and doesn’t know if she can be in a relationship right now.  Later at this advice from Scarlett: “The only thing you need to do is honor what you’re feeling at the moment,” Maddie sits down with Twig and breaks the news over coffee!  “You need someone who can put you at the center of their universe,” says Maddie.  “What if I said I would take you as you are?” Twig replies.  To which Maddie lowers the boom, “I would say you deserve so much more.” Twig is devastated.  Maddie is emancipated.

Then we come to Maddie’s sister, Daphne (Maisy Stella).  It’s the finals of Nashville’s Next Country Star.  Daphne has got her work cut out for her, because of sexy frontrunner Jenny Lee.  Brad (Jeff Nordling) has set Daphne up to lose by giving her a song that is far from her comfort song to perform.  She flips it on him when it is time for her to go live. Daphne does her rendition of the tune with her guitar, stripped-down and soulful.  The crowd goes wild.   However in the end, Jenny Lee is named the winner.  Backstage, Daphne cries in Deacon’s (Charles Esten) arms, but then … Ilse (Daphne’s coach on Nashville’s Next Country Star) is making goo-goo eyes at Deacon, and asks him if he would like to write with her when he comes home from his tour?  Scarlett, Daphne, and Maddie look on and notice the spark. Could this be Deacon’s true new love interest?

Photo: Mark Levine/CMT

Gunnar (Sam Palladio) and Avery (Jonathan Jackson) play pool and in a nice touch which harkens back to six-years-ago on the series. Gunnar says, “You were a total tool,” recalling that Avery was a snotty, bad dude when he first came to town.  Will (Chris Carmack) and Gunnar want to get The Last Highways together, if they can just convince Avery to put the past behind him and move forward.  Apparently, all is well, and they put the band back up on its feet.

Now, we come to the #MeToo socially relevant topic of the day, part of the last episode, where we finally learn Alannah’s (Rainee Blake) plan to nail Brad as the womanizing, power abuser, egotistical bastard he is, and how he uses his company and his status in the biz to lure woman to do “favors” for him.  In her hotel room after her performance, Brad calls and says there is a par-tay going down in his room with lots of people and to join them.  She heads over to find him alone and lascivious.  When he tries to plant a wet lip-lock on her, she slaps him.  He fires back: “The man helps the woman and the woman helps the man,” and that Alannah violated their “implicit contract.”  And that means of course, she will never work again in this town.

A few days later, Brad gets the shock of his life when in walks to his office at Shiny New Records, Deacon, Alannah and Zach (Cameron Scoggins)! The trio announces their plans to purchase his company for $15 million dollars. He laughs them off, but our smart gal, Alannah recorded the whole incident in the hotel room and has his voice on tape, which she happily plays it back for him. Then, to add an exclamation point on the proceedings, getting off the elevator are countless women who have all been harassed by Brad including his on-again off-again wife, Jessie (Kaitlin Doubleday), who adds, “And I want full custody of Jake (their son), too!”

Photo: Mark Levine/CMT

How do we wrap up the other greatest and tortured love story of Nashville, with two of our favorite actors, who got their starts on the soaps, and who made Javery a couple to root for through the good and the bad?  Of course, we are talking about Jonathan Jackson and Hayden Panettiere.  Now together in one piece, and grounded from her experiences with the cult, and with a new lease on life, Juliette has sold her house for a farm 30 minutes outside of Nashville.  Avery knows there is something he is not telling her.  Avery finds Juliette’s savior and bestie. Hallie (Rhiannon Giddens) at the recording studio and when prompted she tells him that Juliette is pregnant with his kid, again!  Next scene, Avery confronts Juliette.  She admits it’s true, and she was going to tell him but did not want to trap him, because she loves him and wants to be with him, but only if he wants her too and, “Not because you feel like you need to save me or that you’re worried about me. But because you’re worried about yourself without me.”   Duly-noted by Avery, but he exits.

Photo: Mark Levine/CMT

And then we get to the crescendo of the finale, as Juliette sings on her keyboard alongside her stilettos, the moving boxes, et al.  While the emotion of the song plays out, the show intercuts the action and brings us to a flash-forward in time.  This was done effectively on the series finale of One Life to Live and Guiding Light, among others soaps, that have to say their goodbyes.  In Nashville time it’s a “few months later” and we see how everyone’s life is shaping up:  Daphne has signed her first record contract!  Will is hand in hand with a boyfriend and it’s Zach.  Jessie has full custody of her son and they are eating popcorn and watching a scary movie together.  Maddie moved into her own place.  Alannah’s career is taking off opening for The Lumineers.  The Last Highways hold an album release party, with … of course, screaming fangurls!

Then it’s time to grab the hankies … we see Juliette with baby bump hanging out on her farm with Cadence on the swing set, and walking towards her is Avery with a large suitcase. He begins with, “Juliette, I need you.  And I want to spend the rest of my life with you.” He adds, “And if you would ….” she cuts him off.  “Yes,” she says. They embrace and kiss as Cadence yells, “Daddy!”  And there you have it … Javery is together at last!

Photo: Mark Levine/CMT

The show’s last season largely centered around Deacon.  And in the last installment, it is Rayna who comes to him when he must make the decision whether to embrace his father who is longing to make peace with his son, or hold on to old grudges.  As Deacon’s career has taken off again as he is now headlining his own tour, Gideon (Ronny Cox) has come to see his son perform and comes backstage to see him, which takes Deacon aback.   He goes to his dressing room where in a ghost/ flashback experience, he recalls Rayna on their wedding night. “Is this real?” he whispers,  Deacon is worried that after all the mistakes and regrets that kept them apart for so long, and caused them so much pain, that things can’t work themselves out.  But the wise Rayna says. “Sometimes somebody gets into your bloodstream. It doesn’t matter how much we’ve failed each other.  We must choose each other.  And I choose you exactly the way you are. And I’m going to love you forever… and ever and ever.”

Photo: Mark Levine/CMT

Deacon is in tears, but it’s time to hit the stage.  Now, feeling reassured that he should give his father a chance (thanks to Rayna from the great beyond), he realized that forgiving his father would not make him weak or less than, but would strengthen his family.  Deacon tells the audience he wants to bring someone special up on-stage with him, his dad, Gideon Claybourne.  From the audience, Gideon is shocked and honored.  Gideon straps on a guitar and Deacon begins to play and then whispers to his dad, “Do you know this song?” To which Gideon, replied, “Son, I know all your songs.” Hankies!

Photo: Mark Levine/CMT

And then came the final note after six years of songs, and so much drama.  As Deacon and Gideon begin to perform the song, “A Life That’s Good”, all the characters begin to walk out on stage and join them singing in unison, but we soon realize the show has broken the fourth wall, and now we are watching the true swan song with the cast past and present, the crew, the executive producers, Ed Zwick and Marshall Herskovitz, and at the center of it all, Callie Khouri who says, “I want to thank the city of Nashville.”  She adds “The beautiful people of Nashville. The incredible cast and crew — the family that we’ve made.  And may we all have a life that’s good.  And that’s a wrap.”  What a touching and honest way to say goodbye.

So, how would you grade the series finale of Nashville? What did you think of how things were left for your favorite characters? What was your favorite moment in the last episode? Share your thoughts in the comment section below. But first check out the heartfelt thanks from the cast of Nashville in the video below, followed by three of the heart-tugging scenes from the finale.

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TONIGHT: ‘Nashville’ Series Finale: How Will It End For Your Favorite Characters?

Get the hankies and that box of tissue ready! After six seasons, it’s time to say goodbye with one last look at the lives of the characters of Nashville, as it airs its final episode tonight on CMT. (9EST/8CST)

The Nashies have been an incredible fan base that helped rally the show from its cancellation on ABC to finding its last home on CMT for the final two seasons.  But tonight, the series come to its conclusion with the airing of its last installment entitled: “Beyond the Sunset”.

In story, Deacon (Charles Esten) can’t forgive Gideon (Ronny Cox) and gets an opportunity to fulfill a lifelong dream. Juliette (Hayden Panettiere) makes a decision about her future. Daphne (Maisy Stella) prepares for the final round of Nashville’s Next. Alannah (Rainee Blake) confronts Brad (Jeff Nordling), Avery (Jonathan Jackson), Gunnar (Sam Palladio), and Will (Chris Carmack) discuss the future.

Photo: Mark Levine/CMT

But how will it truly end for Deacon?  Will he find some happiness?  According to a recent chat with TVLine, EP Marshall Herskovitz revealed: “I remember talking about this with Chip (Esten) before the season started, and I remember Chip saying to me, ‘Whatever you do, just put me in the worst position possible.”

They tease: “Before the end of the hour, Deacon is caught up in reflecting on his life, which longtime viewers know hasn’t always been as good as his hit song suggests.”

Then, there is another major question: Will Avery and Juliette patch things up once and for all and make a go of their relationship?  Stay tuned!

Let us know how you things will be left for your favorite music city characters by the end of the episode via the comment section below.

 

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