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VIDEO: PaleyFest 2013: The Cast on Southern Accents

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PaleyFest 2013: The Cast on Southern Accents
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Length: 04:39
Aired: 3/10/2013

Sam Palladio, Clare Bowen, and Hayden Panettiere reveal how they perfect their Nashville twang. watch

VIDEO: PaleyFest 2013: The Cast On the Appeal of "Nashville"

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PaleyFest 2013: The Cast On the Appeal of "Nashville"
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Length: 04:44
Aired: 3/10/2013

The cast of "Nashville" share what attracted them to the musical drama and what it's like to work together. Plus, they reveal how they met for the very first time. watch

VIDEO: PaleyFest 2013: Connie Britton and Charles Esten On the Future of Deacon and Rayna

Connie Britton and Charles Esten give some insight into the relationship between Deacon and Rayna's. watch

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Viva Is Dead; Long Live the Race!

Since almost no one watched the second and final episode of CBS’ misbegotten quasi-musical mess Viva Laughlin, let me share with you a headline that appeared at the start of Sunday’s episode: “Viva Craps Out.” I kid you not. (The headline was referring to the fictional casino, not the show. But really. Did they already know this was coming?)And then there was this bit of dialogue, as casino owner Ripley Holden (Lloyd Owen) surveys his customer-free casino (prophetic, that) and asks his mousy accountant, “How long can we hold out?” The answer: “A week, tops.”Viva Laughlin didn’t even last a week. Episode 1 crashed and burned Thursday with a plum CSI lead-in, and Episode 2 (which was of even considerably worse quality than the pilot) caused nary a ripple Sunday night. With the ever-fatal combo of lousy ratings and blistering reviews, CBS made the only logical move and canned it. After a CSI repeat this Sunday, The Amazing Race will return o... read more

Fall's First Casualty: Nashville Hits a Sour Note

After two weeks of averaging a CW-worthy 2.4 million total viewers, the Fox docusoap Nashville has been pulled from its Fridays-at-9 time slot, ostensibly to return sometime in October, Variety reports. Until The Next Great American Band arrives on Oct. 19, Fox will fill the vacancy with repeats encore presentations of the freshman drama K-Ville. read more

Short Takes: David Duchovny, Nashville and More!

Not sure how parents are gonna really feel about the Californication guy developing a project for their kids, but nonetheless, David Duchovny is indeed working on a live-action show about a whippersnapper who turns his school's AV Club into 60 Minutes. Well, more or less. No title yet, but may I suggest he keep suffixes like "-ication" out of it?.... Don't bet on Fox to keep Nashville on the map for long. The new reality drama drew only a 1.0 rating in the key 18-49 demo; that's worse than literally everything the network tried out in the Fridays-at-9 time slot last season.... Fantastic Four star Ioan Gruffudd married Alice Evans in Mexico Friday, People reports. The actors met on the set of 2000's 102 Dalmatians. read more

Mad Men Rocks; Nashville Doesn't

Favorite line on any show I've seen all week: "Peggy, this isn't China. There's no money in virginity." That's Joan talking, the sexiest secretary in all of '60s New York advertising, once again stealing a scene in AMC's dazzling Mad Men with aplomb. Christina Hendricks, I salute you.It was another intensely enjoyable episode this week, which also grew my estimation for the performance of January Jones (what a name) as Don Draper’s quietly simmering, drop-dead-gorgeous Grace Kelly look-alike wife, Betty. How happy was she when, at intermission at Broadway’s Fiorello!, the ad guy wooing Don to jump agencies to the big time offered her a chance to get back into modeling (with the pause that refreshes). How fooled were we that this was just another ploy to lure Don away from “the tiny store” of Sterling Cooper? Not very. And neither was Don fooled. Betty, however? Very fooled. And very crushed when the opportunity vanishes once Don turns them down.Who can blame her ... read more

Fox: Follow the Bouncing Bones

In recent years the Fox network has ended each season on such a high (thanks to hot franchises like American Idol, 24 and House) that we almost forget how badly Fox struggles to get traction in the fall.Perhaps sensing another fall disaster in the making, with two dark new dramas threatening to drag down its Monday and Tuesday lineups, Fox has rejiggered its fall lineup by postponing the murky New Amsterdam (about an immortal detective), originally intended for Tuesdays at 8 pm/ET, until midseason. In its place goes Bones, shifting from a tough Wednesday slot (9/8c) where this appealing procedural would have faced CBS' Criminal Minds, ABC's high-profile Grey's Anatomy spin-off Private Practice, NBC's Bionic Woman and CW’s Gossip Girl.This makes Tuesday a pretty powerful night for Fox, with the often underappreciated Bones leading into the mega-hit House. Given the level of angst I tend to hear from Bones fans who can't help themselves from expecting the worst, having been burne... read more

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