‘Nashville’ Producer Posts Cryptic Message About Show’s Future

‘Nashville’ Producer Posts Cryptic Message About Show’s Future | Country Music Videos

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Following the sudden announcement that the network was dropping fan-favorite television musical drama, Nashville, the producers reveal something startling during the season’s finale…

After just four seasons of the show and a huge fan base, ABC decided to pull the plug, but the production company, Lionsgate TV, has done nothing but work toward a resolution that will keep cameras rolling. 

They revealed that they are looking for other networks or sources to pick up the show, while the actors were outspoken about the cancellation saying they were “shocked” by the news. 

Fans were left bewildered and stunned at the ending of Wednesday’s finale (May 25th). They watched as the airplane Juliette Barnes was in disappeared before she was able to return home. 

The stunning ending exploded on social media with fans ranting and raving about what could be the end of the show as we know it. 

But the producers left a very cryptic and almost tell-tale message on their Twitter right after the show ended. 

But what does that mean for the show? Are they insinuating that there will be a season five?

It appears that they are fairly confident that the show will get picked up – especially with the #BringBackNashville response over social media in recent days. 

What do you think they meant by saying that? Let us know in the comments! 

And take a peek at a great scene from the show where character Layla Grant sings “Tell Me” on stage while Juliette fumes in her dressing room. 

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