The beat goes on for Nashville, which received a full season order from ABC on Monday.
The freshman country music drama, starring Connie Britton and Hayden Panettiere, has averaged...
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Question: I was wondering whether your affection for Last Resort had waned since the pilot. I've seen comments that the show has been uneven, but I've been absolutely hooked. I'm not trying to play the comparison game with some of Shawn Ryan's other excellent series (The Shield, Terriers) because maybe it isn't quite up to that incredible level, but I still think it's the best new show of the season
Friday Night Lights creator Peter Berg openly criticized Mitt Romney earlier this month for using the show's slogan "Clear Eyes, Full Hearts" on the campaign trail. Now, star Connie Britton and executive producer Sarah Aubrey have followed suit.
Britton and Aubrey together penned a column for USA Today slamming Romney's use of the phrase and saying he represents the opposite of everything the show stood for.
Hitting the 300-episode benchmark is an impressive achievement for any series, but by the standards of the Law & Order franchise, SVU still has a ways to go before it approaches, let alone overtakes, the longevity of the still-missed mothership, which clocked more than 450 hours before NBC's abrupt pulling of the plug two years ago.
John Noble, Anna Torv
Question: How? How? How is Nashville not the No. 1 rated new show? I only watched this because of your recommendation and now I am hooked. A show with multi-layered characters who have to make adult decisions that have consequences. The duet that Rayna and Deacon did at the Bluebird was sexy, sad and uncomfortable. Then the next scenes in the parking lot and when she gets home ... wow. — Gary
Matt Roush: Yes, I love the way both episodes ended that ...
Wyclef Jean and the cast of Nashville
Wyclef Jean has landed a recurring role on Nashville.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the rapper-singer will play...
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Dylan McDermott is returning for a second round, executive producer Ryan Murphy announced on Twitter Wednesday.
Details on his role...
Nashville executive producer Callie Khouri has not only spent time living in Nashville, she's also married to a decorated music industry vet — Grammy- and Oscar-winning musician/record producer T-Bone Burnett (Crazy Heart). It's those bona fides that give the Thelma and Louise screenwriter the cred to create her first TV show. The music-heavy new drama (Wednesdays, 10/9c, ABC), starring Connie Britton as an aging country superstar and Hayden Panettiere as her young, pop-centric rival, was named best new show by just about every critic this fall. Khouri answered our showrunner survey to explain why we should saddle up to Nashville...
Connie Britton, Stephen Amell
Was CW's Arrow — and its sexy star Stephen Amell — super enough? Did Connie Britton's Nashville on ABC hit the right now? And did NBC's Chicago Fire heat you up?
Now that the three new Wednesday-night dramas have premiered, we want to know your thoughts...
Hayden Panettiere, Connie Britton
Though the TV season is already a few weeks old, tonight counts as one of the biggest rollouts of fall, with three high-profile premieres on three networks, including my favorite pilot of an admittedly anemic batch.
Even in a better season, ABC's Nashville (10/9c) would stand out, making beautiful music and juicy drama with its sensationally entertaining medley of backstage rivalries, family and political shenanigans, and enough sexy-sudsy twists to transform Music City into Sin City. Can you enjoy Nashville if country music isn't your thing?