History Series / Nashville

3rd Feb '16 10:38:39 AM starwolf
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* BeingGoodSucks: In "We've Got Nothing But Love to Prove," Avery decides (after some serious consideration) to allow a hospitalized Juliette to have supervised visits with Cadence. It will be the best way for Juliette to prove herself and be good in the long run for Cadence. -->'''Emily:''' You're doing the right thing. -->'''Avery:''' Then why do I feel sick to my stomach?
2nd Feb '16 5:19:44 PM jayjackson670
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** Gunnar and Avery as well. No success as artists, but as a songwriter and a guitarist, respectively....
23rd Jan '16 3:18:48 PM Cindylover1969
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* CoverVersion: Several, most of them country (like Scarlett and Will doing "You Ain't Dolly (And You Ain't Porter)," Maddie and Daphne rendering "Ho Hey" and Juliette performing "Crazy"[[note]]twice - once solo and once with Steven Tyler[[/note]]) but a few... not (Scarlett and Zoey with the Supremes' "Come See About Me," Rayna and Luke handling "Baby, It's Cold Outside," and Juliette and Luke teaming up for "Bad Reputation").
19th Jan '16 11:05:08 AM nombretomado
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''Nashville'' is an {{ABC}} series starring Creator/ConnieBritton and Creator/HaydenPanettiere, produced by [[Creator/LionsGate Lionsgate Television]] and ABC Studios and created by [[Film/ThelmaAndLouise Callie Khouri]]. Set in UsefulNotes/{{Nashville}}, the capital of country music, the story revolves around two singers: Rayna Jaymes (Britton), wife and mother whose career isn't so glittering as it used to be, and Juliette Barnes (Panettiere), young singing sensation who's very definitely a shining star.
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''Nashville'' is an {{ABC}} Creator/{{ABC}} series starring Creator/ConnieBritton and Creator/HaydenPanettiere, produced by [[Creator/LionsGate Lionsgate Television]] and ABC Studios and created by [[Film/ThelmaAndLouise Callie Khouri]]. Set in UsefulNotes/{{Nashville}}, the capital of country music, the story revolves around two singers: Rayna Jaymes (Britton), wife and mother whose career isn't so glittering as it used to be, and Juliette Barnes (Panettiere), young singing sensation who's very definitely a shining star.

* ShoutOut: In "We Live In Two Different Worlds," Juliette is dropped from presenting at the [=CMA=] Awards - also shown on {{ABC}}, and guess which young blonde star of ''Nashville'' presented on them for real the following night. (Hint: It wasn't Clare Bowen.)
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* ShoutOut: In "We Live In Two Different Worlds," Juliette is dropped from presenting at the [=CMA=] Awards - also shown on {{ABC}}, Creator/{{ABC}}, and guess which young blonde star of ''Nashville'' presented on them for real the following night. (Hint: It wasn't Clare Bowen.)
4th Dec '15 10:44:27 AM MikeW
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* RealLifeWritesThePlot: Hayden Panettiere's pregnancy was written into the show for Juliette becoming pregnant as well. ** A somewhat darker take as the storyline of Juliette suffering post-partum depression in season 4 was interrupted when Panettiere checked herself into rehab for treatment of the exact same condition, necessitating Juliette written out for several episodes.
18th Nov '15 10:28:24 PM Cindylover1969
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** Although Creator/HaydenPanettiere was pregnant and on maternity leave during production of much of season three "That's The Way Love Goes" is the first episode of the series to date in which she doesn't appear ([[WrittenInAbsence although Avery does talk to an insomniac Juliette over the phone in one scene]]), thanks to the miracle of pre-filmed material (although she barely has any screen time at all in some of them, particularly "I'm Lost Between Right And Wrong"). It isn't the last following [[http://tvline.com/2015/10/14/hayden-panettiere-nashville-season-4-leaving-postpartum-depression/ her temporary departure from the series to deal with postpartum depression]] (an awful case of LifeImitatesArt) - during filming of "Unguarded Moments," the first episode in which Juliette herself is in treatment off-screen[[note]](her material was removed, though she still appears in flashback footage)[[/note]].
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** Although Creator/HaydenPanettiere was pregnant and on maternity leave during production of much of season three "That's The Way Love Goes" is the first episode of the series to date in which she doesn't appear ([[WrittenInAbsence although Avery does talk to an insomniac Juliette over the phone in one scene]]), thanks to the miracle of with pre-filmed material taking care of the others (although she barely has any screen time at all in some of them, particularly "I'm Lost Between Right And Wrong"). It isn't the last following Season four saw her have to [[http://tvline.com/2015/10/14/hayden-panettiere-nashville-season-4-leaving-postpartum-depression/ her take temporary departure leave from the series to deal with postpartum depression]] (an awful case of LifeImitatesArt) - during filming of "Unguarded Moments," ironically the first episode in which Juliette herself is in treatment off-screen[[note]](her off-screen[[note]](she did film some of it but her material was removed, though she still appears in flashback footage)[[/note]].
18th Nov '15 10:25:38 PM Cindylover1969
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** Although Creator/HaydenPanettiere was pregnant and on maternity leave during production of much of season three "That's The Way Love Goes" is the first episode of the series to date in which she doesn't appear ([[WrittenInAbsence although Avery does talk to an insomniac Juliette over the phone in one scene]]), thanks to the miracle of pre-filmed material (although she barely has any screen time at all in some of them, particularly "I'm Lost Between Right And Wrong"). It isn't the last following [[http://tvline.com/2015/10/14/hayden-panettiere-nashville-season-4-leaving-postpartum-depression/ her temporary departure from the series to deal with postpartum depression]] (an awful case of LifeImitatesArt) - during filming of "Unguarded Moments," the first episode in which Juliette herself is in treatment off-screen[[note]]her material was removed, though she still appears in flashback footage[[/note]].
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** Although Creator/HaydenPanettiere was pregnant and on maternity leave during production of much of season three "That's The Way Love Goes" is the first episode of the series to date in which she doesn't appear ([[WrittenInAbsence although Avery does talk to an insomniac Juliette over the phone in one scene]]), thanks to the miracle of pre-filmed material (although she barely has any screen time at all in some of them, particularly "I'm Lost Between Right And Wrong"). It isn't the last following [[http://tvline.com/2015/10/14/hayden-panettiere-nashville-season-4-leaving-postpartum-depression/ her temporary departure from the series to deal with postpartum depression]] (an awful case of LifeImitatesArt) - during filming of "Unguarded Moments," the first episode in which Juliette herself is in treatment off-screen[[note]]her off-screen[[note]](her material was removed, though she still appears in flashback footage[[/note]].footage)[[/note]].
18th Nov '15 10:24:51 PM Cindylover1969
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** On the other hand, although Creator/HaydenPanettiere was pregnant and on maternity leave during production of much of season three "That's The Way Love Goes" is the first episode of the series to date in which she doesn't appear ([[WrittenInAbsence although Avery does talk to an insomniac Juliette over the phone in one scene]]), thanks to the miracle of pre-filmed material (although she barely has any screen time at all in some of them, particularly "I'm Lost Between Right And Wrong"). But following [[http://tvline.com/2015/10/14/hayden-panettiere-nashville-season-4-leaving-postpartum-depression/ her temporary departure from the series to deal with postpartum depression]] (an awful case of LifeImitatesArt), it's likely to not be the last.
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** On the other hand, although Because Aubrey Peeples had to take time off to shoot ''Film/JemAndTheHolograms'', she doesn't appear in several season four episodes. ** Although Creator/HaydenPanettiere was pregnant and on maternity leave during production of much of season three "That's The Way Love Goes" is the first episode of the series to date in which she doesn't appear ([[WrittenInAbsence although Avery does talk to an insomniac Juliette over the phone in one scene]]), thanks to the miracle of pre-filmed material (although she barely has any screen time at all in some of them, particularly "I'm Lost Between Right And Wrong"). But It isn't the last following [[http://tvline.com/2015/10/14/hayden-panettiere-nashville-season-4-leaving-postpartum-depression/ her temporary departure from the series to deal with postpartum depression]] (an awful case of LifeImitatesArt), it's likely to not be LifeImitatesArt) - during filming of "Unguarded Moments," the last.first episode in which Juliette herself is in treatment off-screen[[note]]her material was removed, though she still appears in flashback footage[[/note]].
16th Nov '15 7:07:21 AM HumanTorch2
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* WhatTheHellIsThatAccent: Scarlett sounds vaguely Southern, but her lack of origin makes people wonder where the hell she's from. [[spoiler: Turns out she was born in Natchez, MS, but we still don't know where she was raised.]]
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* WhatTheHellIsThatAccent: Scarlett sounds vaguely Southern, but her lack of origin makes people wonder where the hell she's from. [[spoiler: Turns out she was born and at least partially raised in Natchez, MS, but we still don't know where she was raised.MS.]]
14th Nov '15 3:01:01 PM Cindylover1969
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* WagTheDirector: Scarlett's drastic haircut in "Can't Get Used To Losing You" was done with the blessings of Callie Khouri, due to Clare Bowen having suffered from cancer as a child and wishing to demonstrate that not having oceans of hair on your head didn't mean you were worthless.
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