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16 August 14th, 2017 NASHVILLE Season 6 On The Way!

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After ABC took Nashies for a U-turn, CMT successfully relaunched and continued the soapy drama of Nashville on their cable network. After the exciting season 5 finale, Highway 65 record label is in serious trouble, as are some of the other beloved characters.

Now CMT has officially announced a season 6 for the series, which is a great vote of confidence for the series which features former General Hospital favorite, Jonathan Jackson (Avery). The sixth season will premiere in January of 2018.  The announcement came shortly after last Thursday’s season finale.

After the jump watch the season 6 teaser.  Then let us know … glad to hear there is more Nashville on the way? What did you think of the season 5 finale? Comment below.

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  1. Tomas Torquemada says:

    GH has needed Lucky back for a long time. Recast is in order. Laura needs her kids and we could use storylines that aren’t about St Sonny and his Mob Doll. (Poor Carly, she is wasted in the Sonny orbit.)

    To the pals who watch Nashville: mazel tov!

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  2. Helen says:

    Gonna be a long five months ~~~~

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    Bonnie replied

    So true!

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  3. Mary Isemann says:

    Please don’t leave out featuring Hayden Panettiere formerly of Guiding Light and One Life to Live!1

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  4. Judith says:

    Great to hear this fine show has been renewed.

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    Cece replied

    I agree. Can’t wait.

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  5. Carol Slover says:

    Love Nashville from the start and was so glad CMT picked it up. Can’t wait til next season. I was wondering about how it would work when Reena died but it was a great season! Everybody is involved and I LOVE IT!!!!!

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    Bonnie replied

    Are you a watcher?? Us Nashies knew back in May it was renuewed!

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  6. diane says:

    Awesome news!!!! I hope they give Gunner a real chance at love with someone besides Scarlett!!

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    Soaphound replied

    Yes, Diane. Gunnar needs a break and Scarlett has had enough chances.

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  7. Antonette says:

    I hope they give Avery and Juliette more air time together…they need to be happy. From the clip I hope Juliette doesn’t disappear again.

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  8. JK says:

    GREAT NEWS…….SHOW GETS BETTER WITH EVERY EPISODE….LONG TIME TIL JANUARY….

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  9. Nellie says:

    Awesome season, awesome show, awesome cast

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  10. Anthony says:

    I love Nashville and glad that we will have a 6th season. My only concern is that the renewal is for only 13 episodes. A season is usually around 20-22 episodes. I hope that this new season length is not a foretelling.

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  11. Soaphound says:

    I’m especially happy to hear this because the networks’ fall lineup looks pitiful and redundant. How many Navy Seals shows can there be? And if they think we’re waiting on pins & needles to watch new shows starring……wait for it……..Jeremy Piven and Kyra Sedgwick, they’ve sorely misjudged my tastes. Can’t wait for bratty Juliette, tortured Scarlett, unlucky-in-love Will, and dreamy Gunnar to come back!

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  12. sonniorsolita says:

    Mixed season for “Nashville,” I thought. Gunnar and Scarlet were overplayed, while Will and Zach were ridiculously underplayed. Their breakup in the finale was laughable because we only saw them together about twice — and once was during that one-episode “storyline” about some random dude pining for Zach. Hallie, a complicated and refreshing character, disappeared with a throwaway line about “finding her another producer.” Daphne’s homeless friend was similarly treated. Story points were strangely dropped — so after Scarlett lost the baby, what happened to the commercial where she and Gunnar were building a crib? After they made a big point of telling us Maddie was contractually obligated to change her lyrics because her father signed the contract without reading the small print — a huge opportunity for real emotional conflict — what happened? If she had a contract, how did she get out of it? Considering the showrunners were behind the storytelling of “thirtysomething,” I had higher hopes. At least Avery and Juliette were kept interesting. And Kaitlin Doubleday has been a strong addition to the cast, and they have paced Jessie and Deacon’s growing friendship well. Looking forward to next season, flaws and all!

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