Okay, maybe we haven't seen the last of Rayna (Connie Britton) crooning a classic at the Bluebird Cafe, or Deacon (Charles Esten) having another breakdown, or Juliette (Hayden Panettiere) guzzling down a magnum of champers. Once thought to be dead, the ABC country-music drama Nashville is nearing an 11th-hour save from another network.
That mystery network is, appropriately, basic cable's CMT (Country Music Television), which is in the late stages of negotiations with Nashville producer Lionsgate, according to Deadline. The deal could be done by Wednesday, which would allow CMT to announce the deal during its Wednesday night broadcast of the CMT Awards. Better book your flight now, Connie Britton.
Though Nashville was on the bubble all through its fourth season, you couldn't tell by the creative decisions the show made. Despite the fact that Nashville's chances of continuing on at ABC weren't good, producers ...Read more