So this Luke Wheeler guy is here to stay, huh?
Music-star cameos must be a big part of Nashville’s success, because they keep ramming them down our throats.
The second half of this season gave us exactly what we wanted right out of the gate.
Because cancer is offensive to restaurant customers.
This show keeps featuring relationships that we’re not invested in.
We just need to accept the fact that there’s Good Nashville and Bad Nashville, often on display in the same episode.
For whom the wedding bells toll? They toll for Teddy.
With advice on who should be in future soft-lit sex scenes.
The 'GQ' critic might not like the Charleston original, but he is absolutely smitten with the Nashville follow-up.
Do you know what Nashville needs? More record contracts.
Rayna's vocal problem: a convenient way to get Connie Britton to stop singing?
The pioneering chef is keeping mum — for now — on his plans.
Meanwhile, Law & Order: SVU is one popular 15-year-old.
On soap operas, people come down with comas the way the rest of us come down with the common cold.