The fall TV season is finally upon us, and two of our favorite nighttime soaps are returning with major stories and the fallout from last season’s cliffhangers! TV Line has some Intel and spoilers of both Nashville and Revenge in their special photo gallery spoiler gallery.
For ABC’s Nashville, viewers will learn who Rayna (Connie Britton) chose, or not, in the love department by the end of the season 3 premiere episode. Luke Wheeler’s (Will Chase) back-up singer Pam (Brette Taylor) and Deacon (Charles Esten) will be in each others orbit. And Dancing with the Stars dance champion Derek Hough guest star role of Noah West is part of a major story when the Patsy Cline biopic in which he stars begins filming in Nashville, and everyone wants to be in it!
With Hayden Paniettiere (Juliette) being pregnant in real-life, it will definitely, as previous reported be incorporated as to who’s the father, since Juliette slept with both Avery (Jonathan Jackson) and Jeff Fordham (Oliver Hudson) towards the latter have of the season. And finally, Gunnar’s (Sam Palladio) ex comes to Nashville with a son that might be his!
And as for the upcoming fourth season of Revenge: the return of the believed to be dead, David Clarke, (James Tupper) Emily’s father, will roll out slowly where he will encounter different characters along the way. As for when the audience finally sees David with Emily (Emily VanCamp), according to Revenge showrunner Sunil Nayar, “is not what you’re going to be expecting.” Meanwhile, Jack (Nick Wechsler) may have gone through some changes as Nayar previewed, “The audience will be knocked out by what he has done between seasons.” And one of the big cliffhangers, the fate of Conrad Grayson (Henry Czerny) will be revealed in the last couple minutes of the premiere. Is he really dead?
So from the teasers, what is piquing your interest from Nashville and/or Revenge? And circle your calendars - Nashville season premiere is on Wednesday night, September 25th (10PMEST) and Revenge is back Sunday night, September 28th (10PMPST)