The Real Housewives of...well, just about anywhere have a run for their money, as the upcoming TNT show 'Private Lives of Nashville Wives' promises the same drama, romance, and wealth. This time, they're wearing cowboy boots.
For as much as we've enjoyed 'American Horror Story: Coven''s witchy woes over the dreary depression of 'Asylum' and the domestically disturbed first season, we've certainly missed a few past season stars who have yet to sign on for another round. 'Asylum' had Dylan McDermott as a surprise guest, but will Connie Britton put on a witch hat for 'American Horror Story: Coven'?
When the popular television series 'Nashville' finishes up its successful first season, fans may be able to click off their TVs and see the stars onstage, as it's rumored to be heading out on the road.
'Nashville' star Connie Britton is no stranger to singing in public, but the roles that made her famous on shows like 'Spin City' and 'Friday Night Lights' didn't focus on her voice. The actress admits that preparing for her role as country superstar Rayna Jaymes meant getting some special help from an old country music standby -- in this case, whiskey.
'Nashville' star Hayden Panettiere was involved in a two-car accident earlier this month, caused by her alleged failure to stop at a red light and the other driver's improper merge. No one was seriously hurt, but both the BMW and a Geo Prism were towed from the scene.
The drama seems to be mounting on 'Nashville,' with news that Kimberly WIlliams-Paisley will reprise her role as the devious Peggy Samper for at least three of the final nine episodes of the ABC series' first season.
If you can't get enough of the music on ABC's 'Nashville,' you're in luck. Powerhouse country label Big Machine Records -- home of Taylor Swift and Tim McGraw -- will release an 11-song soundtrack for the popular new drama on Dec. 11.
'Nashville' has given some much-deserved press to Music City since its premiere earlier this year, but Carrie Underwood insists that the drama in the tension-filled plot lines of the new ABC series are not really an accurate representation of the country music industry.
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