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.
"I like to see artists treated with tremendous respect."
With advice on who should be in future soft-lit sex scenes.
Six steps toward a better show.
So that was an elegant hour of television, huh?
Do you know what Nashville needs? More record contracts.
Rayna's vocal problem: a convenient way to get Connie Britton to stop singing?
Welcome, new villain/suit!
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.
Some resetting was in order.
To make out with someone, presumably.
Because he's "too busy."
It’s a shame that season finale was so uneventful, huh?
Plus: Star Trek, dubbed in Spanish by Chris Pine, and more, on our daily late-night roundup.
Check your death pools!
“Even if the show didn’t go on, I would always want to have some sort of a base in Nashville.”
Deacon really dropped some man wisdom last night.
Sure, they're "singing." But what they're really doing is undressing each other with their eyes.
A night full of misdirection capped by sweet release.
There were bad influences all over last night’s episode.
Who will sign them?
Rayna takes the girls to NYC, and the cuties threaten to be the Thing That Ate the Show.