And Just Like That … ABC’s “Nashville” Has Been Canceled


And so it’s time to bid farewell to ABC‘s Nashville after four seasons, in a completely shocking announcement that the show has been canceled. Despite a commendable viewing audience and its 100th episode in the not-so-distant future, ABC has pulled the plug on the show that made Music City an even bigger tourist spot, according to The Hollywood Reporter. With only two new episodes left to air, Nashville‘s series finale will take place on May 25.

Nashville starred Connie Britton (also producer), Hayden Panettiere, Clare Bowen, Charles Esten, Jonathan Jackson, Sam Palladio, Chris Carmack, Lennon Stella, Maisy Stella, Will Chase and Aubrey Peeples.


This Post Has 4 Comments

    Robert Pusatere

    The CW needs to pick up this show! They have revived several canceled shows.

    Bonnie Strege

    It doesn’t surprise me that ABC’s Nashville has been cancelled- because they haven’t had much music on there. It’s more of a soup opera!! We always loved it the way it first started out!!!!

    John a hawthorne

    This has been the best t. V. Show to watch weekly since it first aired. I will more than likely be boycotting all of abc shows from now on.
    It seems that if a show doesn’t have a gang or drug related subject it’s not allowed. The way they were addressing the homosexual issue was spot on
    Both my wife and I sympthize with our friends and understand their struggles.

    Abc will not be viewed in our home.

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