NASHVILLE PREVIEW: "You're Gonna Change (or I'm Gonna Leave)"

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NASHVILLE continues its inaugural season on Wednesday, November 14 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on ABC

In "You're Gonna Change (or I'm Gonna Leave)," Rayna wants to change her sound and seeks out the help of a highly successful music producer, Liam McGuinnis, played by Michiel Huison (TREME). Juliette goes on a sham date with a squeaky-clean NFL quarterback as a PR move for her tarnished image.

Meanwhile, Lamar's plan to delay Coleman with a police traffic stop on his way to an important photo op for both candidates works too well, and Scarlett's relationship with Avery gets rocky.

Watch a sneak peek below:

NASHVILLE stars Connie Britton (FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS; AMERICAN HORROR STORY) as Rayna Jaymes, Hayden Panettiere (GUIDING LIGHT; HEROES) as Juliette Barnes, Clare Bowen as Scarlett O'Connor, Eric Close (SANTA BARBARA) as Teddy Conrad, Charles Esten (BIG LOVE) as Deacon Claybourne, Jonathan Jackson (GENERAL HOSPITAL) as Avery Barkley, Sam Palladio as Gunnar Scott, Robert Ray Wisdom as Coleman Carlisle and Powers Boothe (24) as Lamar Wyatt.

Guest Starring Kimberly Williams-Paisley as Peggy, Judith Hoag as Tandy, David Alford as Bucky, Ed Amatrudo as Glenn, Tilky Montgomery Jones as Sean Butler, Rya Kihlstedt as Marily Rhodes, Nicholas Strong as JT, Gary Weeks as Reid Olsen, Michiel Huisman as Liam McGuinnis, Ron Clinton Smith as Officer Dunigan, Michelle Rivera as female cop, Matthew Cornwell as Mitch, Todd Truly as Marshall Evans, Matt Lowe as Steve, J. Karen Thomas as Audrey, Afton Williamson as Makena, Cory Allen as hipster producer, Linds Edwards as soul patch producer, Mike Parker as old school producer, Jim O'Rear as creepy silent producer, Victoria Galen as zoo keeper, Anthony Nguyen as photographer.

"You're Gonna Change (or I'm Gonna Leave)" was written by Meredith Lavender & Marcie Ulin and directed by David Petrarca.

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1 comment:

  1. I wasn’t sure of Nashville before I caught the premiere on my sweatpants and DVR day. I was a little worried that the show would let the music run it, like we’ve all seen with Glee. That wasn’t the case at all, and I’m glad that I discovered it. A few friends that work with me at DISH are big Britton fans, so we usually gossip from week to week. A show with drama and country music will never get old to me, so I’ll be saving this entire season to my DISH Hopper; it has plenty of memory, and it’s my way to beat nostalgia between episodes.