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  1. 'Nashville' Adds 'Looking' Grad Murray Bartlett in Recurring Role for Season 5

    12:12 pm 9/22/2016

    The actor will play a successful fashion designer.Read more

  2. 'Nashville' Casts Transgender Actress Jen Richards in Recurring Role

    11:09 am 9/13/2016

    She will recur on the upcoming fifth season of the country music drama.Read more

  3. 'Nashville' Casts Grammy Winner in Recurring Role for Season 5

    5:15 pm 9/1/2016

    Rhiannon Giddens is a co-founder of the group Carolina Chocolate Drops.Read more

  4. Critic's Notebook: 'Nashville' With Less Connie Britton? Why Would Anybody Want That?

    1:06 pm 8/24/2016

    CMT's 'Nashville' revival could have a reduced quantity of Rayna Jaymes, and that would be bad.Read more

  5. 'Nashville': Connie Britton Eyes Reduced Role in CMT Revival

    10:14 am 8/24/2016

    The actress, who also is a producer on the country music drama, has only signed on for 10 episodes.Read more

  6. 'Nashville' Set for January Launch on CMT

    1:52 pm 8/23/2016

    The country music channel also has ordered a pilot for the soapy comedic series 'His Wives & Daughters.'Read more

  7. Off Script: Will Chase Bids Farewell to 'Nashville', Returns to Broadway as William Shakespeare (Q&A)

    2:00 pm 7/29/2016

    The actor, who played Luke Wheeler in the ABC country music drama, explains why he's satisfied with his character's storyline and what he'll miss most about shooting in Music City.Read more

  8. Is 'Nashville' Losing Its Most Promising Character for Season 5?

    7:00 am 7/6/2016

    THR examines how the loss of Layla Grant will impact the ABC-turned-CMT country music drama.Read more

  9. 'Nashville': Connie Britton, Hayden Panettiere and More Returning for Season 5

    7:38 pm 6/29/2016

    Seven other series regulars will return when the new season launches on CMT this fall.Read more

  10. 'Nashville' Star Will Chase to Return to Broadway

    11:30 am 6/23/2016

    The actor will step into the role of theatrical rock star William Shakespeare in the musical comedy 'Something Rotten!,' a part he originated in the show's earliest reading. Read more

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