Nashville’s season one finale began with a tired looking Juliette (Hayden Panettiere) trying her best to deal with the police. Meanwhile, Rayna (Connie Britton) talks to her kids about going with Deacon(Charles Esten) to the Country Music Awards, Gunner (Sam Palladio) finally admits to having stolen his brother’s lyrics and Scarlett (Clare Bowen) is mad at Will and contemplates taking up Avery’s (Jonathan Jackson) invitation to come by his gig.
Hayden Panettiere, 23, got up close and personal as she wore a skimpy bikini in her latest interview and photo spread with Esquire. Panetteire, star of the new ABC drama Nashville, opened up about her taste for Fireball Cinnamon Whiskey, how she thinks it's funny when muscular men walk tiny dogs, and how frustrating she finds the dating game to be.
For his new movie, The Fitzgerald Family Christmas, starring Kerry Bishe and Connie Britton, Edward Burns, who wrote, directed and also stars in the film, had a great source of inspiration: his own friends and family.
Nashville star Hayden Panettiere, 23, may just be channeling the life of a country music star, but she fit right in with the best and brightest in music at Sunday night's American Music Awards at Los Angeles' Nokia Theatre, where she was escorted by her footballer boyfriend, Scotty McKnight, 24.
Nashville premiered on ABC last night to rave reviews for stars Connie Britton (Friday Night Lights, American Horror Story), 45, who plays aging, curb-bound, wise ol' country crooner Rayna Jaymes, and Hayden Panettiere (Heroes, I Love You Beth Cooper), 23, who shines as wicked — but not entirely without reason — newcomer Juliette Barnes, who is itching to get out with the old and get in with the new.
Since her stints on Friday Night Lights and American Horror Story, it seems like everything Connie Britton, 45, touches turns to gold. Now she's starring as Rayna James in ABC's new Nashville, about a fading country singer who suddenly has to play second fiddle to Hayden Panettiere's young vixen, Juliette Barnes.
Jimmy Kimmel decided the 64th Primetime Emmy Awards was the perfect setting to prank the Twitterverse during his hosting debut. Here's how it went down: Kimmel asked Tracy Morgan to fake passing out stage.
According to the Mayan calendar, we have less than 4400 hours left until Doomsday. That’s still plenty of time to pursue a few realistic dreams, make amends with your creators, and find that special someone who satisfies your carnal and psychological needs.
In Seeking a Friend for the End of the World, beloved actor Steve Carell plays Dodge, a man whose wife leaves him upon learning that an asteroid is barrelling toward earth. Dodge then sets out to find his high school sweetheart accompanied by his whimsical young neighbor, played by Keira Knightley.
Joseph Fiennes, 42, is in talks with FX to appear in a recurring role on Ryan Murphy's American Horror Story, starring Jessica Lange, Dylan McDermott, Denis O'Hare and Connie Britton, and which has been picked up for a second season that will premiere in October.
Throw enough mud and some of it is bound to stick. The makers of American Horror Story certainly threw a lot of crap last week; unfortunately whatever they were aiming at was either really small or just a little too dark to see.
It's been a bumpy road for Friday Night Lights, the TV drama centered around a football team in small Texas town. For years it's struggled to get the kind of respect many fans felt it deserved — which, after a switch from NBC to DirecTV and then a cancellation — seemed just not in the cards.