The Sept. 25 season premiere of Nashville served up major heartbreak, baby mama issues and an extra side of drama. Last season with country queen Rayna James (Connie Britton) having a LOT of explaining to do — but her explanation was cut short when she and Deacon (Charles Esten) got into a serious car accident.
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“We need some help in here!” That fateful line is uttered by a doctor working frantically to save Rayna (Connie Britton) in the brand-new promo video for Nashville‘s second season — but it could probably also be uttered by the legions of nervous fans watching through their computer screens. As the ABC series’ Sept. 25 premiere draws closer, the network is starting to release footage of the drama to come, and things are definitely heading south.
Connie Britton, 45 adopted her son, Yoby, 2 after the death of her father. At that time in her life she knew that motherhood was for her even though she wasn’t married, so she pursued adopting a baby from Ethiopia.
Plus, Juliette proves she’ll do literally anything for sex. The Dec. 5 winter finale of Nashville gave faithful fans the multiple payoffs we’ve been waiting for. Not only was Rayna (Connie Britton) finally made aware of Teddy’s (Eric Close) shady dealings, but Gunnar also finally (Sam Palladio) stopped tip-toeing around his feelings for Scarlett (Clare Bowen)! Of…
Rayna (Connie Britton) and Juliette (Hayden Panettiere) went head to head, and eventually mic to mic, on the Nov. 28 episode of Nashville. After a heated showdown between the dueling divas, they ultimately made nice and performed a killer song they wrote together. Dare I say they actually seemed to have fun? I give ’em about two more episodes before they’re back at each other’s throats and all is right with the world.
After weeks of awkward sexual tension between Rayna (Connie Britton) and Deacon (Charles Eston), the country queen finally made a declaration on the Nov. 7 episode of Nashville: Her marriage to Teddy (Eric Close) is the most important thing to her. And she sealed it with a ‘click,’ rejecting Deacon’s late-night phone call — from jail.