An old fading superstar from Nashville reluctantly teams up with a young sensation, otherwise she faces the loss of promotion of her latest records.
Runtime: 60 mins
Show Status: Continuing
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Hayden Panettiere - Juliette Barnes
Clare Bowen - Scarlett OConnor
Eric Close - Teddy Conrad
Charles Esten - Deacon Claybourne
Jonathan Jackson - Avery Barkley
Sam Palladio - Gunnar Scott
Robert Wisdom - Coleman Carlisle
Powers Boothe - Lamar Wyatt
Judith Hoag - Tandy Wyatt
David Alford - Bucky Dawes
Ed Amatrudo - Glenn Goodman
Kourtney Hansen - Emily
Maisy Stella - Daphne Conrad
Lennon Stella - Maddie Conrad
Kimberly Williams-Paisley - Peggy Samper
Todd Truley - Marshall Evans
Sylvia Jefferies - Jolene Barnes
Chloe Wang - Hailey
Nicholas Strong - JT
Harry P. Castros - Bluebird Cafe Patron
Michiel Huisman - Liam McGuinnis
JD Souther - Watty White
Rya Kihlstedt - Marilyn Rhodes
Afton Williamson - Makena
Burgess Jenkins - Randy Roberts
Tilky Jones - Sean Butler
Tiffany Morgan - Jeanne Buchanan
Jeremy Childs - Albert
Jake Speck - Steve
Wyclef Jean - Dominic Wells
J. Karen Thomas - Audrey Carlisle
Melvin Ray Kearney II - Bo
Amanda Bailey - Excited Mom
Matt Cornwell - Mitch
Craig Stark - Kent
Boo Arnold - Brock Butler
J.J. Rodgers - Deb Butler
Clay Jeffries - Backstage VIP
Faith Blankenship - Female Driver at Video Shoot
Jim ORear - Creepy Record Producer
I was amazed to discover Nashville has a fascinating scenario, quite different from what I have watched before, and that itís starring good and quite popular actors such as Hayden Panettiere and Eric Close, for example. The series focuses on Rayna Jaymes, a country music legend. As her ratings start to get lower and lower, her manager and the production company encourage her to sing in the opening of young Juliette Barnes, some sort of Britney Spears of country music.
Rayna disagrees, of course, but she also needs money because her last album is not selling, and her concerts don't fill the concert halls. Furthermore, Rayna faces some problems at home because her husband decided to follow the advice of his father-in-law and to run for mayor of Nashville. Rayna's daughters have more appreciation for Juliette, the Britney Spears of country music mentioned before, then they have for their mother. Finally, Raynaís father tries hard and makes every possible effort in order to determine his daughter to put an end to her country singing career and stay home with the children.
I like the scenario; I also like the fact that they didnít overdo it with the music Ė the series only includes one or two songs each episode. The series also presents the details behind the concerts, information on contracts, records and so on. I recommend this series especially to the ladies. I'm not sure if men will enjoy this series as much, but it is sure worth a try.
Nashville is a series that will equally captivate country music fans and those who love family dramas. In my opinion, the show will be a big hit with the ladies but men too might find it enjoyable.
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