Episode 6 - "It Must Be You"
Rayna sets the record straight on all things personal and professional in a candid interview with ABC News' Robin Roberts. Determined to be her own boss, Rayna attends the Belle Meade Polo Match to seek out investors for her own label, Highway 65, but is surprised by the reaction from Nashville's elite. Meanwhile, Juliette, who is also at the event, runs into Charlie Wentworth, and Luke Wheeler and Deacon have an awkward encounter. With her life about to change dramatica lly, Scarlett leans on Avery for advice, and Teddy announces to the press that he and Peggy are getting married more less
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Why Miss Rayna, what a big hat you have! The better to watch polo with, apparently. If Nashville knows how to do one thing other than singing, it's making incredible fashion statements -- a fact that is further proven during this week's episode, titled "It Must Be You." But it's not all fun and polo games. Things start to get way more complicated as our favorite characters find themselves making something other than music with each other, if you catch my drift. Suffice to say, drama isn't too far behi... more
ABC unveiled its official fall schedule for the 2014-15 season during the network's Tuesday upfronts, and it seems that Shondaland will once again dominate the Thursday night timeslot. However, there will be a few changes. For one, 'Grey’s Anatomy'and 'Scandal' are both moving up an hour to make room for Shonda Rhimes’ newest drama 'How To Get Away With Murder.' Anothe... more
Prepare yourselves, y'all, because it looks like the First Lady is headed to 'Nashville.' Word has spread that Michelle Obama will play herself in a cameo appearance on ABC's popularcountry music drama during the May 7 episode,titled “All Or Nothing With Me.” And while very little is known about what exactly earns these Nashvillians (that's a word, right?) this White House treatment, we DO know ... more
CBS won Wednesday night in all measures. 'Survivor' matched last week's season low of 2.3, but once again knocked off 'American Idol' at 8 p.m. 'Criminal Minds' shot up four tenths to a 2.6. 'CSI' ended the eye's night by falling two tenths to a 1.8. Over on FOX, more