ABC network did the right thing and renewed Nashville for a season 4. Now all we have to worry about is the on-screen drama and how to get through the summer hiatus in a relatively stable state.That also brings me to the following question: When did that happen???? Season 3 has just begun, right??
It’s only a moment ago that Rayna took selfies, won all the CMA awards and picked out wedding dresses for a wedding with the wrong man. It was only yesterday that Deacon believed his broken heart was his biggest problem, Juliette auditioned for a movie, cried through the audition and found out she was pregnant while Avery took Deacon’s old role as the town’s drunk and only sobered up thanks to community service and a VERY concise text message. Last time we checked Scarlett was about to leave town, ZAG was alive and kicking, Layla was a realty star, Will used men strictly for his “physical needs”, 99.9% of us hated Luke. Daphne didn’t have a care in the world, Maddie didn’t have a boyfriend, Teddy made stupid choices and Jeff was a horrible human being. Well, the last two are still true.
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And now, look at them! Rayna’s saving one artist at a time and bribing people for a liver; Deacon is…sorry, no, can’t talk about it without crying; Scarlett is singing (but not talking) with Gunnar; Juliette and Avery are parents and it’s VERY complicated and…you can fill out the rest.
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One thing that hasn’t changed is that Nashville still produces incredible music. Another thing that stayed the same is how much we love the show and appreciate it.
So, instead of crying the end of the season, let’s celebrate the season that was. We look back ant some of the best moments and songs from the season as chosen by you, the fans and by us (also fans by the way).
We invite you to click HERE and read about some of the moments we picked so far. We also invite you to follow our site for MUCH more favorite moments, in-depth analysis and more Nashville fun suff during the summer.
Have a great summer and remember our motto: There’s no such thing as too much Nashville talk or rewatch.
1, 2, 3….go!