'Nashville' boss Callie Khouri dishes on Rayna's new label, Deacon's solo career, Juliette and Avery, plus more

While the question on everyone's mind is whether Will or Peggy will survive the midseason premiere of "Nashville" (get scoop on that mystery from executive producer Callie Khouri here), that doesn't mean every other character is off the hook when it comes to drama. In fact, when "Nashville" returns on Wednesday (Jan. 15), everyone has their own issues to deal with in addition to coping with the death of one of their own.Zap2it got the chance to pick Khouri's brain about the fates of our favorite Southern singers, and she revealed that musically, things are about to get collaborative. "This season we'll see a lot more crossover musically with all of our characters," Khouri tells Zap2it. "We realized, life imitating art, we were getting all of these actors to sing together at various functions and they sound incredible together. So we decided that we should be taking advantage of this more on the show....


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