Nashville is an American musical drama series. It was created by Callie Khouri and produced by R.J. Cutler, Steve Buchanan, Khouri and Dee Johnson from seasons one to four. From season five onwards, it was produced by Marshall Herskovitz and Ed Zwick.
The series depicts the lives of different fictional country music singers who lived in Nashville, Tennessee. The show is starred by Connie Britton as Rayna Jaymes who is a famous country music celebrity who is on the verge of fading from people’s minds. The series also stars Hayden Panettiere as Juliette Barnes who is a rising young star. Connie Britton left the series in season five.
The series premiered on the American Broadcasting Company (ABC) channel on 10th October 2012. It ran from 10th October 2012 to 26th July 2018. It was canceled after its sixth season with a total of 124 episodes.
Nashville Season 6 Plot: What’s it about?
In the beginning, the series focuses on the competition between Rayna Jaymes (played by Connie Britton) who is a famous country music singer who is losing her popularity and Juliette Barnes (played by Hayden Panettiere) who is an upcoming young star. Rayna Jaymes is titled as the Queen of Country Music. But her latest album didn’t do well in the charts, and her live shows didn’t sell tickets as well. In the midst of this, her record label suggested her to open for the upcoming singer Juliette Barnes. Juliette is the sexy and young best-selling singer of bubble gun county pop.
Juliette sees Reyna as privileged and not grateful for her fans and thus stays away from her. On the other side, Reyna doesn’t like Juliette’s style of music and rejects the prospect of a joint tour with her. The two stars fight to get the famous Guitarist Deacon Claybourne (played by Charles Esten) who is Reyna’s bandmate and ex-lover to perform on their tours. Rayna’s life gets complicated furthermore when her millionaire father convinces her husband, Teddy Conrad (played by Eric Close) to run for the Mayor of Nashville.