Nashville hype in high gear
ABC TV’s cast member Chris Carmack and Recording Artist Colin Linden backstage at St. Jude
is working mighty hard to be a successful TV show and not a woe is me country western tune. With just weeks to go before ‘s season finale, and with cancellation a real if not imminent danger, th Ray Bans e behind the scenes hype engine is in high gear. It’s music, onscreen and off, that may decide ‘s fate.
First, there was last week’s televised concert, : On the Record, featuring seve Ray Bans ral members of the show’s cast performing before a live audience at ‘s Ryman Auditorium.
These are not the signs of a show being fitted for a cancellation jacket. Sophomore jinx aside is playing out the string on its second season renewal is still possible for the country music drama starring Connie Britton and Hayden Panettiere.
In this week’s episode, Your Good Girl’s Gonna Go Bad, Scarlett’s (Clare Bowen) breakdown has everyone out of sorts, with D Ray Bans eacon (Charles Esten) blaming Rayna (Britton) for pushing her too hard, and Rayna blaming Juliette (Panettiere) for forcing her onstage before she was ready.
If you’re not a regular viewer and this sounds a bit soapy to you you’re not wrong. What did you expect from a music genre that has produced such classic and actual song titles as All My Exes Live in Texas, If I Had Shot You When I Wanted To, I’d Be Out By Now and How Come Your Dog Don’t Bite Nobody But Me? The season finale is May 14.
Kiefer Sutherland, soon to reappear as Jack Bauer in the summer series 24: Live Another Day, sits down to a Late Show conversation with David Letterman. The late night talk show circuit can be predictable, but this has the makings of an interesting conversati Ray Bans on about past, present and future. (Omni/CBS)