ABC's Nashville which debuted in post-September 2012 of the new season has gained hype in the television series. The show airs on Wednesday at 10 p.m. Eastern time which is a soapy new country musical drama. This show has become so popular since it has been written by Callie Khouri, an Oscar-winning screenwriter who has also enlisted the aid of legendary country song writer, producer and musician, T Bone Burnett.
Connie Britton is starring as Rayna Jaymes, a country superstar who has gained fame and popularity and even her career has been excellent but has started to wane. The story starts with her new album which is quite good on the artistic basis but is challenged commercially. Her fans are still waiting in long queues for her autograph but she isn't responding to them as she did earlier.
Juliette Barnes (Hayden Panettiere), who is a young country music singer and the future music star, tries to shove Rayna off stage for improving her situation. Rayna shares the stage with Juliette which she isn't willing to do but needs to since her career is declining. Juliette who is already surrounded with her own demons uses her feminine quality to make a play for Charles Esten starring as Deacon, Rayna's best friend and band leader as well as Rayna's producer.
Rayna is the daughter of former mayor of Nashville, Powers Booth starring as Lamar Wyatt. In his struggle for power, he forces Rayna's husband Teddy (Eric Close) to stand for the Mayor elections of Nashville against Rayna's wish.
The story is a trio of young individuals Rayna-Teddy-Deacon who work in their own way up through famous Nashville's Bluebird Cafe: Clare Bowen as Scarlett, Deacon's niece and also a songwriter and waitress, the country hipster, Jonathan Jackson as Avery who is also Clare's beau and the musician and man which she needs to be with, Sam Palladio starring as Gunnar. The story revolves around Rayna's emotional as well as financial crisis displaying how she struggles to improve her situation.
Nashville is far different and better than a catfight series set to good music. It creates a bold, widely ambitious and great fun with Callie Khouri's screenwriting and RJ Cutler's production. The series sends a message that art is power which demands a single-minded nature that easily into cruelty.
Nashville has something different in it which helps it to stand out from the common television series. Each episode of the series ends at such a point which creates an excitement among the public to watch the next episode. There is a hope that it may top the ABC network in this whole season, seeing its current situation among audiences.