Join Nashville Summer Binge Watch: It Only Gets Better

Nashville super fans are awesome. They’re invested in the show, watch it live as much as they can (maybe even live tweet, make fan videos or write fan fictions), root for the cast and crew, debate over characters and storylines, listen to the soundtracks on repeat and look at the music industry through brand new eyes. They show special interest in the city itself (maybe even visit it) admire the talent of the cast and go watch them perform live whenever they can and maybe even make friends with other fans from all around the globe.

Super fans protests against misguided people that consider cancelling their show (NEVER!!!), becomes Nielsen ratings experts and most importantly use the summer to introduce the show to new people by encouraging them to binge watch it on Hulu so that more people will be part of the Nashville experience.

Super fans know Nashville IS important: The city, the beautiful music that tells a story, complex characters, the spotlight on songwriters and musicians in general, the epic love stories (by the way #TeamDeacon), the variety of rich full realized female characters, the depth, the humanity and intelligence, the humor and the love and passion that all the people involved in this huge production share for this special ‘one of a kind’ thing called Nashville that comes across IN EVERY SINGLE SHOT and transforms it to the show with the biggest heart on TV….ALL of it (and more) makes Nashville for more than “Just” another TV show.

thing is once you go Nashville you never go back. Meaning, once you’ve become a Nashville fan, summer hiatus can become quite difficult. That’s because a sad well known fact is that fans are never on hiatus. So while the productions of our beloved Nashville go on a (well deserved) vacation to gather their strength before diving back into the madness and ruin our mental stability for another year (full 22 episodes. Hooray!!) , the loyal fans are not going anywhere. There’s no vacation in the world that can take away entirely our pining for everything Nashville, even if we have a great time (Just for the record: despite popular belief we do have lives). All it takes is one tiny piece of information, one tweet from the writers’ room, to derail us.

So what’s our “coping mechanism”?

Well, shooting at empty bottles or sleeping with Luke Wheeler is probably not it, but acceptance and intensive re-watch is.

First, we accept it as a necessary evil; the kind that gives us a well needed perspective on our…hmmm…Addiction…and helps us NOT cross that thin line that separates a passionate super-fan from a crazy creepy one.

Second, we rewatch. We go back to old episodes (best to share it with new fans), get reminded of great moments, forgotten characters and storylines, enjoy all the things we enjoyed the first time and notice all the things we might have missed before.

Since the ones writing these lines know and shares your pain, we offer our support with weekly rewatch of pivotal Nashville episodes. Some of you already know about it and join us every Wednesday during Nashville’s regular timeslot. For the rest, this is an open invitation:

We welcome you with open arms to follow us on twitter, join the live tweet, and share your thoughts (and pain) so that we will get through this summer together without turning into Deacon “On the road”. Instead, use us as your personal support group. It’s the responsible thing to do…and it’s also so much more fun this way.

So here’s the list of episode we plan to watch until September:

June 25 – Episode 1X14 “Dear Brother”

July 9 – Episode 1X18 “Take These Chains from My Heart”

July 16 – Episode 1X19 “Why Don’t You Love Me”

July 23 – Episode 2X21 “I’ll Never Get out of This World alive” (season 1 finale)

July 30 – Episode 2X01 ” I Fall to Pieces”

July 31 – Episode 2X02 “Never No More”

August 6 – Episode 2X04 “You’re No Angel Yourself”

August 13 – Episode 2X07 “She’s Got You”

August 20 – Episode 2×12 “Just For What I Am”

August 27 – Episode 2X13 “It’s All Wrong, But It’s All Right”

September 3 – Episode 2X19 “Crazy”

September 10 – Episode 2X20 “Your Good Girl’s Gonna Go Bad”

September 17 – Episode 2 X22 “On the Other Hand” (season 2 epic season finale)

 

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Nashville: The Delicate Balance of Lowbrow and Brilliant

Nashville groundbreaking and unique combination between the “High” and the “Low” in culture change the genre of “late nigh soap”, and create something fresh, smart, subversive at times and completely original. 

Multilayered characters, self-awareness, strong complicated (and even groundbreaking) female characters, music that tells a story in various ways and a city that serve as another character.

Yes, Nashville is a genre of its own and it only took 2 seasonsfor the american critics to start to understand they underrated this special show.

Read this article from Indiewire that shed a light on the way Nashville change TV :

Nashville: The Delicate Balance of Lowbrow and Brilliant

Then think about how great it is you already knew it?

Follow us on twitter @Nashville_S3 tomorrow Wednesday 10/9 for live tweet of rewatch of the Pilot episode to help ease your summer withdrawls.

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Nashville: On The Edge

Originally posted on "I'M ALL EARS" MUSIC BLOG:

Every year around this time most of the TV watchers are out there being put at the edge of their seat with cliffhangers from some of their favorite shows. But what if your show is on the so called “Bubble” that TV networks classify as shows that have a possibility of being cancelled? Do you curl up into a ball on the bathroom floor like Izzie did when Denny died in the Season 2 finale of Grey’s Anatomy? Or do you tough it out and find another show that might catch your new acquired interest? 

Well for me I like to fight for what I want and apparently so do other Nashville lovers out there. Currently the hit ABC show Nashville is on the “Bubble” of not returning for a 3rd season and my fellow Nashville lovers have begun a movement via a WordPress blog to tell the execs over at ABC…

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How you can help Nashville ABC be renewed for a 3rd season:

At this time no decision has been made as to whether NASHVILLE will be renewed or canceled. We want to show ABC how much the fans love the show and want it to be renewed for a 3rd season, so we need to take action, and we need your help! 
 
We’re organising a campaign to contact Paul Lee, ABC Entertainment President, who will be making the scheduling decisions for the Fall 2014 season, to tell him we want a 3rd season of NASHVILLE. 
 
There are 3 ways you can help, and you can do all 3 for maximum impact:
 
Mail
Mail is the most effective means of communication for our purpose. Letters – typed or handwritten, with signature – or postcards should be sent to:
 
Mr. Paul Lee
ABC Entertainment Group 
500 S. Buena Vista Street
Burbank, CA 91521-4588
 
Email
Send your email to:
paul.lee@abc.com 
 
Please note that all emails will be filtered and monitored. 
 
Phone Calls
Contact the ABC Burbank office at 1-818-560-1000 and ask for Paul Lee’s voicemail to leave him a brief (no more than 30 seconds) recorded message. 
  
Tips for your communication to Paul Lee and ABC
 
DO mention that you want NASHVILLE to be renewed for a 3rd season and why 
 
DO include your demographic information (age, gender, living location) so they see NASHVILLE’s fanbase 
 
DO keep your messages respectful and polite, as well as brief and to the point
 
DO mention if you watch the show by any legal means other than live, such as: DVR, ABC.com, Hulu, iTunes
 
DO NOT threaten to boycott ABC as that has no impact on NASHVILLE’s renewal status 
 
DO NOT complain about any NASHVILLE characters, storylines, etc 
 
DO NOT bring up any negatives about the show, such as ratings 
 
DO NOT complain about or mention any other shows in your communication 
 
Template Letter/Email Text (you can copy and paste or use as a guideline)
Dear Mr. Lee, 
 
I am writing to you in regards to the primetime drama NASHVILLE. 
 
I am a (your age) year old (your gender) who lives in (city, state/country). In addition to watching NASHVILLE live, I watch the show back via DVR. I also purchase the singles and albums of music from the show which are released on iTunes. 
 
My reason for writing is to express my interest in the show NASHVILLE being renewed for additional seasons. This show provides a look into the world of country artists and the city through wonderful acting, writing, and importantly through music. 
 
I hope that you, along with everyone else at ABC, will strongly consider renewing NASHVILLE for its third season during the 2014-2015 year. 
 
Thank you for your time. 
 
Respectfully yours, 
(your name) 
(your address) 
 
Template Voicemail
This message is for Paul Lee. My name is (your name). I am (your age) years old and live in (city, state/country). I am calling to express my interest in the show NASHVILLE being renewed for additional seasons. I watch this show live, as well as purchase the singles and albums on iTunes. I greatly enjoy the acting and singing on the show and hope to see more next year! Thank you.

 

You can write/email/call as many times as you’re able – it all helps. Don’t forget to spread the word to your friends, family and anyone else who can help!  

Good luck Nashville fans,- let’s get season 3!!!