Connie, we missed you.
Connie Britton very obviously didn’t want to be on Nashville anymore and she made it happen in a way that assured her character will not be able to return. Unless...
The next season of Nashville will be premiering on CMT in January, it’s brand new home. The house warming has already begun with this fire trailer.
What it means to be a woman is on many American women’s minds right now, since our current presidential election is playing out like a gender studies course simulation. Even Chelsea Handler is not immune, and she used an episode of her show Chelsea to explore some of the issues women think about.
Connie Britton may have signed on to Season 5 of Nashville, which has left ABC and will premiere on CMT in January, but does she particularly want to be doing this show that she stars in anymore? Doesn’t look like it!
On Thursday, Nashville’s resurrection was confirmed with a fifth season to air on CMT, then stream on Hulu. The special deal was the work of long negotiations, passionate fan support, and the city of Nashville itself.
We thought Nashville was finally put to rest after limping along on ABC for four seasons. But its passionate fanbase and Lionsgate Television have refused to accept a terminal diagnosis, and are trying to give it new life on CMT for a fifth season. You think Connie Britton is psyched?!
After four seasons, Nashville, a show that offered few concrete reasons to love it but tricked many of us into loving it anyway, has been cancelled by ABC. Were you still watching? Did you have any good reasons why?
Though her turn as Faye Resnick on The People vs. O.J. Simpson has sadly come to an end, Connie Britton is still making the rounds promoting Nashville, which is nice and all, but nowhere near as exciting to talk about as Faye.
Only four of the ten episodes of FX’s American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson have aired, and yet we must face something bleak: Connie Britton, who plays the morally corrupt Faye Resnick just as her morally corruptness was becoming clear to America, will not appear in any more of the series.
In case you were wondering how the majorly increased visibility of Carrie Brownstein (Portlandia) would affect the reunion of Sleater-Kinney after nine years, here is your answer: they are famous and can now get people like Connie Britton, Ellen Page, Natasha Lyonne, Sarah Silverman, and Norman Reedus aka hellooooo…
The email was a lark—hardly even a serious offer. My friend and former professor Lorrie Moore was moving to Nashville to teach at Vanderbilt, and she wrote me to say that they needed someone to fill in for a semester, to teach a single undergraduate creative writing workshop. I was six months pregnant, with no idea of…
As legend has it, a beautiful and noble friendship once blossomed in the halls of Dartmouth College: Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand and Connie Britton were roommates in the '80s.
In today's Tweet Beat, ethereal beings Wendy Davis and Connie Britton took a beautiful Texas photo together, Samm Levine has a sad moment and don't believe the rumors you've heard about Rihanna's return to Instagram.
In today's Tweet Beat, Connie Britton follows Laura Benanti on Twitter and someone is very happy about it, Megan Hilty is frustrated with her real estate agency and Stoya wants to be schooled on tech etiquette.
NEW YORK, NY - NOVEMBER 21: Actress Connie Britton attends the 5th Annual African Children's Choir Gala at City Winery on November 21, 2013 in New York City. (Photo by Michael Loccisano/Getty Images)
Last night, the 47th annual Country Music Association Awards were held in Nashville's Bridgestone arena to honor all the very talented humans in country music. From my understanding of the night, the two main themes were "Taylor Swift" and "not Miley Cyrus." As usual, the red carpet was swarmed with sparkles, ruffles…