Grand Ole Opry

(ended 2011)




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Grand Ole Opry

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Week after week, Opry Live welcomes an impressive lineup of Country Music's finest performers, from the legends to bright and shining newcomers. Get a front seat view from your own living room every Saturday night at 9 pm on Great American Country! Encore performances on Sunday and Tuesday.

Broadcast History:
• The Nashville Network (TNN) from 1985-2001 (now Spike TV) as Grand Ole Opry
• Country Music Television (CMT) from 2001-2003 as Grand Ole Opry
• Great American Country (GAC) from 2003-2011 as Opry Live Broadcast at 8 pm E/P until August 2008 when it moved forward an hour to 9 pm E/P

Opry Live ended as a weekly series in 2008, but GAC broadcast a number of specials through 2011. In May 2012 GAC premiered Noteworthy at the Opry, a program described as "the next chapter in the Grand Ole Opry's television presence," that ended this show's storied run.

Conventions for this guide: The Grand Ole Opry/Opry Live television show is performances cherry-picked from the full show that occurs live in Nashville. One of the performers is designated host for the evening there, and you may hear them called that throughout the broadcast. For purposes of this guide, and to avoid confusion, the television presenters are named hosts and the show hosts are labeled co-hosts.


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