"Nashville's" singers, songwriters and superstars struggle to reconcile their public and private realities. Some will fight to climb to—or stay on—the top. Some will succumb to their own ambition. And all will learn how to survive in the wake of loss—proving that music may be at the heart of Music City, but drama always reigns.
On the series finale, Rayna resorts to drastic measures when she learns that Maddie has crossed paths with a duplicitous figure from her past.
After nearly two decades, Rayna and Deacon face the facts of their storied and often tempestuous relationship
Rayna makes a last-ditch effort to protect her oldest daughter from the perils that befall young artists.
Rayna and Deacon fight to regain the trust of a determined Maddie as she seeks independence.
Rayna and Deacon try everything they can think of to reunite with Maddie and avoid court.
Rayna and Deacon are distraught when Maddie runs away from home, and Juliette is threatened by Avery’s connection to Layla.
The Exes find navigating their newfound fame tricky business when they go out on the road with Autumn Chase.
Fans get a rare and intimate look at life on the road when cameras follow "Nashville" cast members as they tour around the country.
It’s a big morning for Markus Keen when “Good Morning America” comes to Nashville to broadcast a live concert.
Rayna wants to turn down Sony’s contract offer for Maddie to be a solo artist.
Rayna’s concerns about Deacon’s business venture with an old friend from AA.
Rayna pushes back on Layla’s romantic relationship with Jeff, and Markus pushes back on his producer, Avery.
Rock star Marcus Keen (Riley Smith) makes demands on Rayna as she struggles to tend to those around her.
A second aneurysm leaves Beverly brain dead and Deacon consumed with guilt.
Juliette breaks down during an appearance on “Live with Kelly and Michael,” prompting Avery’s concern.
Steven Tyler guest stars as himself to sing a duet of “CRAZY” with Juliette Barnes.