Nashville ended "I Saw the Light" in rare fashion with all the main characters in a relatively good spot. Well, discounting Lamar's situation of course, though that at least left this viewer happy. After a short break, Rayna and Juliette were back o more
Whether it be anger, pity, sadness, excitement, joy, or a long list of others, Nashville has evoked nearly every emotion from its viewers over the course of the first season. After " I Saw the Light ," I was just plain happy.
How could more
Remember a few months ago when Nashville took several weeks off and they made a big deal about it and even gave it a fancy name, winter hiatus? Well, this time they just kind of pulled the rug out from under us, huh? No warning, no euphemistic catchphrase more
Nashville returned with "When You're Tired of Breaking Other Hearts" after a hiatus that seemed to last forever. Even though time passed in the real world, the show picked up right where it left off. Gunnar's grieving for his brother. Rayna and Tedd more
Since the month off between new episodes made it clear that many of us have become addicted to Nashville , it was perfect that " When You're Tired of Breaking Other Hearts " showcased the addictions of many of our favorite Nashvillians.
After a month-long hiatus, you’d think that some of the relationships on Nashville would’ve just slipped out of our minds and we might have spent the entire hour thinking out loud like your mom watching The Real World
(“Which boy is the one she’s sleep more
There is the great music, and there is the juicy drama - but one of the main reasons Nashville has been so good in its first season is the fact that Deacon Claybourne is just so easy to love. That was never more obvious than in " Dear Brother ."
The so more
Last night’s episode could’ve been called “Checking in With Little-Used Cast Mates Whose Contracts You Thought We Had Voided.” Look, there’s Coleman! And Lamar! And Rayna’s sister! And, in unrelated news, an assortment more