Clare Bowen, Jonathan Jackson and Sam Palladio
The stars of Nashville are getting out of the country music capital and hitting the road for the ABC drama's first-ever concert tour.
Stars Charles Esten (Deacon), Clare Bowen (Scarlett), Jonathan Jackson (Avery), Sam Palladio (Gunnar) and...
Charles Esten, Christina Chang
Nashville fans knew it was only a matter of time before the tension between Teddy (Eric Close) and Deacon (Charles Esten) came to a head this season — but judging from a sneak peek of Wednesday's episode, exclusive to TVGuide.com, a confrontation may be imminent.
There's no shortage of unanswered questions to be resolved when Nashville returns onWednesday (10/9c, ABC). Who will live? Who will die? Whose love lives will remain in limbo? Who will find domestic bliss? And what musical collaborations can fans look forward to in the second half of ...
Clarke Peters and Taraji P. Henson
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Question: I've decided it's time to ask you how would you like to see Sandra Oh (Cristina Yang) leave Grey's Anatomy. This might come up more often as the season nears an end in May, but I can't stop thinking about it. While I love Cristina and aspire to be as fierce as she is, I think they should kill her off, but not in a mean way — in a way that could build a great emotional arc for Kevin McKidd (Owen). I think they should have one more romp in the sack where she gets pregnant and he convinces her to keep the baby this time, only to lose Cristina during the birth! I know I sound all evil genius right now, but I think that would give Owen more issues than he can handle and I think it will bring all those close to Cristina (especially Meredith) to a level of respecting Cristina's initial decision to never have kids. Just my thoughts. I think her exit will be flawless. Shonda Rhimes is a TV goddess and I'm sure will make us all proud. — Erica
Kimberly Williams-Paisley, Eric Close
Nashville's Teddy and Peggy will be walking down the aisle this week, but the honeymoon could be over before it's even begun.
"Unfortunately, I don't know how it's going to work out, [but] probably not too well," Eric Close tells TVGuide.com in the video interview below. (Perhaps he's referring to this.)
On the Set of Nashville: Deacon's upcoming duet with his daughter is a "major step forward"
How will Nashville's Deacon Claybourne bond with the daughter he just found out he had? Through music, naturally.
At the end of the show's first season, Deacon (Charles Esten) learned that Rayna's daughter Maddie (Lennon Stella) was actually his biological child. The information sent Deacon to the bottle and a downward spiral that caused a near-fatal car wreck with Rayna (Connie Britton) and landed him in jail. Since the , Deacon has shied away from getting close to Maddie, but the two will finally get their defining moment during a duet in an upcoming episode.
Connie Britton is on Team Deacon.
As Nashville's fan-favorite couple Rayna (Britton) and Deacon (Charles Esten) was on the brink of rekindling their tumultuous relationship, the revelation of Deacon's paternity, the resurfacing of his drinking problem and a near-fatal car crash dashed all those hopes in one fell swoop. But since Deacon is the father of Rayna's daughter Maddie (Lennon Stella), Britton says she's happy to see that they'll always be in each other's lives.
Charles Esten, Connie Britton
Bummed that Nashville isn't on this week? Don't fret because you can catch the cast at the Country Music Awards.
Hosted by Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood, the live broadcast will feature Connie Britton and Charles Esten as presenters. Lennon and Maisy Stella, who play Maddie and Daphne Conrad, are set to perform.
Andrew Lincoln, Josh Charles, Stephen Amell
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So is this flu really the villain of the season on The Walking Dead? — Damon
NATALIE: I take it that that was sarcasm, but you will be surprised to see how far this illness will spread. "There's a point where the number of able-bodied people is one or two," Lauren Cohan tells me. "It gets to a point where Maggie is the only person who can actually fight." Ruh-roh.
I can't believe how Sunday's The Good Wife ended! What can you say about this week's episode? — Helen
ADAM: Will and Alicia's romantic breakup may have been calm, but...
Hayden Panettiere, Connie Britton
Dust off your cowboy hats. Nashville returns for its second season Wednesday (10/9c, ABC), and there's sure to be no shortage of drama.