Although Juliette cleared her conscious at the end of last season by admitting she stole Maddie Jaymes’ song, in the trailer for Nashville‘s sixth and final season, the country star is struggling with depression following the fan backlash over the revelation.
And in the midst of her struggle, she meets Darius, the charismatic founder of a self-actualization movement who offers to help guide Juliette out of her darkness. But while Darius promises he wants to help Juliette change her life, the trailer suggests those changes might not all be positive,
Cmt’s country music drama returns in the new year with its main characters at a crossroads. As the dramatic two-minute trailer teases, changes are afoot -- and it may tear some relationships apart for good.
Following the fan backlash for stealing Maddie’s song, Juliette (Hayden Panettiere) struggles with depression and turns to a new face, Darius (Josh Stamberg), the charismatic founder of a self-actualization movement, to help free herself from her inner demons. When Darius tells Juliette he's here to "change your life," something strikes a cord with her: "I'm ready," she says with a hint of desperation.
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The Viacom-owned cable network has announced that its country music scripted drama's upcoming sixth season will be its last. The Hayden Panettiere and Charles Esten starrer will return for its sixth season on Thursday, Jan. 4 on Cmt.
Created by Callie Khouri and produced by Lionsgate Television and ABC Studios, Nashville aired its first four seasons on ABC. The Disney-owned broadcaster canceled the Connie Britton starrer after season four. The decision was considered a shocker after Lionsgate hired thirtysomething producers Marshall Herskovitz and Ed Zwick to serve as showrunners on...
The network tweeted the announcement Tuesday via a video featuring stars Jonathan Jackson and Hayden Panettiere.
We have a special announcement from @haydenpanettier and @JonathanJackson…
The new season of #NashvilleCMT premieres Thursday, January 4 on @Cmt. pic.twitter.com/t7zGl0VPP3
— Nashville on Cmt (@NashvilleCMT) November 14, 2017
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In true Nashville fashion, the only thing thicker than the country twang is Juliette's (Hayden Panettiere) latest bout of drama. Season 6 looks like it's going to deliver a nice, little breakdown for her. "I
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The Cmt country music drama debuted the first trailer for the upcoming sixth season on Thursday, and it looks like Juliette Barnes (Hayden Panettiere) will have a very public onstage breakdown.
In the 30-second teaser, Juliette -- rocking an all-black ensemble and diamond teardrop earrings -- is livid and she makes it known to the raucous crowd.
“I don’t want your money. I don’t want your attention,” a stewing Juliette spews into the mic, saving the most hurtful zinger for last as she storms offstage: “I sure as hell don’t want your love.”
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What prompts Juliette’s uncharacteristic (and sure-to-go-viral) onstage moment? A brief glimpse of an emotional Juliette does flash over her breakdown. Could that be connected to it at all?
Elsewhere, several Nashville favorites
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