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6 December 2nd, 2016 CMT Bumps Up First Hour Of NASHVILLE Season Premiere To December 15th!

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Nashies great news!  The wait is finally almost over.

While originally slated for a two-hour season premiere on January 5th, CMT has announced plans for a special Christmas gift for fans with the broadcast the first hour of the Season 5 premiere on Thursday, Dec. 15 that 9/8c, that’s three weeks before airing the full two-hour premiere airs on Thursday, Jan. 5th at 9/8c.

Hulu will also be airing the special the day after the linear premiere on Dec. 16.  To coincide with this exciting news, CMT has also released the first official trailer for the upcoming season.  Watch all of your favorites from: Rayna (Connie Britton), Deacon (Charles Esten), Juliette (Hayden Panettiere), Avery (Jonathan Jackson) to Will (Chris Carmack) ,and see what’s in store for them and where we left off at the season four cliffhanger on ABC.

What will be the upshot of Juliette’s plane going MIA? How will Rayna and Deacon’s home life be derailed by her financial troubles with her record label?  Can Will Lexington live his life as his authentic self in the country music industry?  These are just some of the questions to be answered when Nashville returns!

Watch the first official season five trailer from CMT’s Nashville below. Then let us know, which story you are intrigued on seeing play out?  And, are you excited that Nashville can be seen in just two weeks with the beginning of all-new episodes? Comment below!

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  1. Iakovos says:

    CMT seems to be doing right by NASHVILLE and its fan base. I am marking my datebook!

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  2. Ray says:

    Thank you for your support of this show. When ABC once again under-estimated the passion and power of a cult-following show (All My Children, One Life to Live), I am glad CMT picked it up. The show employees so many people here in Nashville, from local actors and songwriters to the venues where some of the shots are filmed. It appeared that ABC wanted the city to practically play for the series to air. The state gave so many tax incentives. But to be fair, the show has made Nashville one of the hottest cities in the U.S., with more than 90 people moving here daily. We appreciate your coverage and for keeping Jonathan Jackson, Scott Reeves, Hayden P and Connie on our screens.

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    rebecca1 replied

    @Ray…Connie’s leaving our screens after twelve episodes…

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  3. Annalee says:

    Love this show! Love u for covering it Michael!

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  4. Joan Brigham says:

    This makes me SO happy, ABC is the least fan friendly network on TV, and that is why their ratings are tanking at last place, and CMT should know that this addition to their lineup will skyrocket their ratings, we will watch other shows and this could be a beginning for many scripted series on your network. This is Christmas coming early for me, and I am sure that thousands of others feel the same way. Thank you from the bottom of my heart. Joan

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  5. Rodd says:

    Love this show and am SO HAPPY it gets a new life on CMT! I’m looking forward to all the stories they’ll be offering.

    Thank you, Michael, for alerting us to the change in the premiere date! I’m setting my DVR right away.

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