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  • TV-PG
  • 2013
  • 6 Seasons
  • 7.7  (27,294)

Nashville is a drama television series that originally aired on ABC before moving to CMT for its final two seasons. The show follows the lives of several country music stars, as well as those who work behind the scenes to make the music industry in Nashville, Tennessee a success.

One of the main characters is Rayna James, played by Connie Britton, a legendary country singer who is struggling to maintain her success in a changing industry. Despite being a staple of the Nashville music scene for years, Rayna finds herself struggling to compete with younger artists who are more willing to push the boundaries of what country music can be.

One of those younger artists is Juliette Barnes, played by Hayden Panettiere. Juliette is a brash and ambitious singer who is willing to do whatever it takes to become a country music superstar. Her wild behavior and relentless pursuit of success often lead her into trouble, but she is determined to keep climbing the ladder of success no matter the cost.

Other characters include Deacon Claybourne, played by Charles Esten, a talented musician and songwriter who is struggling with addiction and a complicated past with Rayna. Avery Barkley, played by Jonathan Jackson, is a struggling musician who finds himself caught between his love for music and his desire for a stable home life. Gunnar Scott, played by Sam Palladio, is an up-and-coming songwriter who is trying to navigate the complicated world of the Nashville music scene.

There are also several characters who work behind the scenes in the industry, including music producer Jeff Fordham, played by Oliver Hudson, and Rayna's manager Bucky Dawes, played by David Alford.

Throughout the series, the characters face a variety of challenges both personal and professional. They deal with romantic relationships, family drama, addiction, and the cutthroat world of the music industry. There are also plenty of performances of original music, showcasing the impressive vocal talents of the cast.

Nashville is a show that is all about the characters and their relationships with one another. While the music is certainly a big part of the show, it is the interactions between the characters that keep viewers coming back. The ups and downs of their personal and professional lives are often intertwined, making for a compelling and emotional viewing experience.

One thing that sets Nashville apart from other shows about the music industry is its focus on country music specifically. While other shows may dabble in different genres or focus on the music industry as a whole, Nashville is all about the world of country music. This allows the show to dive deep into the history and traditions of the genre, as well as explore how it is evolving in modern times.

Overall, Nashville is a must-watch for fans of country music and those who enjoy character-driven dramas. The talented cast, engaging storylines, and catchy original music make for a show that is both entertaining and emotionally resonant.

Nashville is a series that is currently running and has 6 seasons (129 episodes). The series first aired on January 2, 2013.

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Beyond the Sunset
16. Beyond the Sunset
July 26, 2018
Deacon gets a chance to fulfill a lifelong dream. Juliette makes a crucial decision. Daphne preps for the final round. Alannah confronts Brad. Avery, Gunnar, and Will discuss their future.
I Don't Want to Lose You Yet
15. I Don't Want to Lose You Yet
July 19, 2018
A medical scare gets Avery and Juliette talking. Scarlett and Sean organize a ranch benefit. Gunnar gets inspired. Avery questions a relationship. Maddie tests Twig. Deacon learns a secret.
For the Sake of the Song
14. For the Sake of the Song
July 12, 2018
Deacon and the girls grow worried when Gideon starts leaving the house. Juliette confronts Darius. Twig tries to keep Jonah's secret from Maddie. Brad's behavior is not limited to Alannah.
Strong Enough to Bend
13. Strong Enough to Bend
July 5, 2018
Scarlett tries to help Sean, but he doubts her motives. Deacon deals with forgiveness and a new family dynamic. Feeling out of depth on Nashville's Next, Daphne finds help in judge De Witt.
The House That Built Me
12. The House That Built Me
June 28, 2018
A visitor from the past comes into Deacon's life -- his father, a very unpleasant surprise. With Alannah out of the picture, the band flounders and the guys have to consider whether it's worth continuing.
No Place That Far
11. No Place That Far
June 21, 2018
Juliette discovers that Darius Enright's movement is not the happy utopia that it seemed to be. She demands to leave, but they will not let her.
Two Sparrows in a Hurricane
10. Two Sparrows in a Hurricane
June 14, 2018
Brad's country music singing competition begins. Daphne is recognized as as a star in the making by Brad and a singing coach. Avery's relationship with Alannah deepens.
Pick Yourself Up
9. Pick Yourself Up
June 7, 2018
Will recovers in the hospital and frets about his future after his collapse while performing at the late night show; and Brad gets a restraining order against Deacon, fueling conflict between Deacon and Jessie.
Sometimes You Just Can't Win
8. Sometimes You Just Can't Win
February 22, 2018
Daphne seeks to establish her career and auditions for a country music singing competition. Scarlett invites Sean to see live music. Avery makes a decision. The band gets invited to perform on late night TV. Will's choice catches up with him.
Can't Help but Wonder Where I'm Bound
7. Can't Help but Wonder Where I'm Bound
February 15, 2018
Daphne and Jake perform at school; Deacon and Jessie run into Brad; Alannah's stage presence grows, creating a division in the band; Gunnar questions his relationship with Alannah; Maddie joins Jonah in Miami and bonds with Twig; Avery visits Juliette.
Beneath Still Waters
6. Beneath Still Waters
February 8, 2018
Daphne struggles to accept Deacon and Jessie's relationship; the new addition to the boys' band becomes a hit; Gunnar falls back into old habits; Scarlett takes an interest in a veteran undergoing equine therapy.
Where the Night Goes
5. Where the Night Goes
February 1, 2018
Deacon and Jessie's relationship deepens; Darius invites Juliette to get more involved with the Movement while Avery voices his opinion; Gunnar, Will and Avery search for a female voice for the band; Jonah's ex releases a song about Maddie.
That's My Story
4. That's My Story
January 25, 2018
Darius helps Juliette unlock a dark truth about her past; Daphne and Jake bond over each other's dislike of their parents dating; Scarlett volunteers at an equine therapy ranch; Gunnar, Will and Avery struggle to find their sound.
Jump Then Fall
3. Jump Then Fall
January 18, 2018
Daphne struggles with the idea of Deacon dating; Juliette introduces Avery to Darius; Maddie and Jonah record a song, but Maddie finds Jonah's life a little too public; Will learns news about Zach and finds ways to enhance his appearance.
Second Chances
2. Second Chances
January 11, 2018
Deacon goes on a date with a familiar face; Juliette dives into a self-help movement; Will and Gunnar invite Avery to perform with them; Scarlett is reminded how her career has had a positive influence on fans; Daphne reaches out to Jake.
New Strings
1. New Strings
January 4, 2018
In the Season 6 premiere, after a public meltdown, Juliette seeks to change her life from an unlikely source; Scarlett and Maddie take a trip; Maddie meets Jonah Ford, a famous pop star; Scarlett struggles to find herself.
Where to Watch Nashville
Nashville is available for streaming on the CMT website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Nashville on demand at Amazon Prime, Amazon, Hulu, Vudu, Google Play and Apple TV.
  • Premiere Date
    January 2, 2013
  • IMDB Rating
    7.7  (27,294)