Staff Media Lead
The winter finale of Nashville left us with not one, but two
After Teddy’s music festival, he wards off a potential gunman only to find his beloved (and obnoxious) Peggy lifeless on the ground due to a stray bullet.
On the other side of town, Will has clearly come to his breaking point. After making valiant attempts to create a relationship with Layla, he finally gives in to his real desires and spends the night with his man-crush. But it all might have proved to be too much, as he wanders out into the night, straight into the path of an oncoming train in what appears to be a suicide attempt. Guess we will have to wait until January to find out.
In other news, Juliette was on the brink of proclaiming her love for Avery (we think) when she realizes he is with Scarlett. Though it would appear Avery is going through some turmoil of his own in regards to the two blonde beauties.
Deacon and Gunner both get shafted at the music festival, but join forces to make sure their voices are heard. At least one of them might be getting a break from their impromptu show.
Juliette deals with the media uproar surrounding the rumors of her affair with Charlie Wentworth, and lets Layla know she’s not as sneaky as she thinks. Jeff also gives Layla fair warning that her career could be in jeopardy should he find out she was the one who leaked the information that could harm Juliette’s career.
All in all, there’s just a lot of drama happening in music city. When Nashville returns on January 15, it doesn’t look like there’s going to be much of a silver lining to look forward to.