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The 11 Most Devastating TV Cancellations of 2016

Television cancellations come in many forms. Sometimes it's quick and fast: a freshman show that simply couldn't pull the early numbers to survive. Other times we totally see it coming: a long-running teen drama that's way past its prime, whose lead actor basically told an entire red carpet that the show would be ending soon (we're lookin' at you, Vampire Diaries ). But no matter how you slice it, the cruel knife of cancellation almost always cuts deep (well, actually, it's more commonly referred to as an "ax"...but you get the idea). So grab the tissues and the closest pint of Ben & Jerry's and let's look back at this year's most upsetting TV casualties. The 11 Most Devastating TV Cancellations of 2016 Launch Slideshow Which of this year's cancellations left you totally gutted? Did we leave any of your favorites off the list? Weigh in below! p { text-align: justify; }

Nashville's Will Chase Joins HBO Porn Drama The Deuce for Arc

Will Chase porn star?! The Nashville actor has booked a multi-episode arc on HBOs forthcoming porn-themed period dramaThe Deuce, TVLine has learned exclusively. Written by Wire creator David Simon and frequentcollaborator George Pelecanos, the series which stars James Franco andMaggie Gyllenhaal chronicles the legalization and subsequent rise of the porn industry in New Yorks []

Nashville: 5 Ways to Make Season 5 a Must See

Nashville fans are still rejoicing at the news that the cancelled ABC drama was revived for a fifth season on CMT. It was announced a few weeks ago that the series will continue on with Connie Britton and Hayden Panettiere with a release date slated for later this year. Over the last few seasons, the series has lacked the luster that was present when it debuted back in 2012. Here are 5 ways to Nashville to make it the awesome series again! READ MORE...

Is 'Nashville' Losing Its Most Promising Character for Season 5?

THR examines how the loss of Layla Grant will impact the ABC-turned-CMT country music drama.   Read More...

Basically Everybody Is Returning to Nashville

  Nashville 's heavy hitters will be back for Season 5. According to TVLine , Connie Britton and Hayden Panettiere are both set to return as the show moves to CMT, along with Charles Esten , Sam Palladio , Jonathan Jackson , Clare Bowen , Lennon Stella , Maisy Stella and Chris Carmack . As previously reported,....   Read More...

Nashville Update: Connie Britton, Hayden Panettiere, Plus 7 Others Set to Return for Season 5 on CMT

Whos ready for the Red Lips White Lies Tour, Round 2? Connie Britton andHayden Panettiereare bothpoisedto return to the CMT-bound Nashvillein Season 5, TVLine has learned exclusively. Also expected backfor the 22-episode season are co-stars Charles Esten, Sam Palladio, Jonathan Jackson, Clare Bowen, Lennon Stella, Maisy Stella and Chris Carmack.A Lionsgate rep declined to comment []

'Nashville' Ditches Luke and Layla in CMT Move

When it was announced that Nashville would return on CMT (after being canceled on ABC) it was unclear how many cast members would also reunite. According to The Hollywood Reporter at least 2 members of the original cast won't be making the jump. Nashville series regulars Will Chase and Aubrey Peeples will likely not be back for season 5.   Read More...

'Nashville': Two Series Regulars to Exit; Talks With Remaining Cast Going Well

Will Chase and Aubrey Peeples are unlikely to return when the country music drama comes back for season five.   Read More...

Nashville Moving Sale Auction Underway

As a thank you to #Nashies and their #BringBackNashville campaign, and to celebrate Nashville s move to CMT and the series SVOD partner Hulu, a special moving sale is underway. VIP Fan Auctions is hosting the auction, featuring 270 select items from the series first four seasons. The weekly auctions will allow fans to bid on props, wardrobe and memorabilia straight from the set. Each item will be offered for seven days and new items will be offered every week, through...  Read More...

Nashville After Show Eyed at CMT

CMT is really, really excited about its Nashville acquisition so much so that the cable network is already plotting a companion series. In an interview with TVLines sister site Deadline, CMTs head of of development Jayson Dinsmore revealed that the ex-ABC drama may get its very own after show. Nothings set in stone, but []