‘Nashville Season 5’ Reveals Juliette’s Fate In the Airplane Situation On Its First Episode
Many "Nashville" fans rejoiced after the announcement that the fifth season of their favorite country-music series will be released on CMT. Aside from excitement, fans can't help but become worried when they recalled that Juliette, played by Hayden Panettiere, was in an airplane problem last season. Is this a sign that we will have to say goodbye to Juliette in "Nashville" Season 5?
After all the guessing games, a new teaser was recently released by CMT, indicating that indeed "Nashville" Season 5 will have a rocky start. Revelations such as Juliette's fate is expected to be revealed in the upcoming first episode of the new season.
The new trailer shows a major turbulence happening in the aircraft where Juliette was situated. Rayna, Deacon, and the kids were also shown in the 30-second clip promo while they are in bed watching the news on the television about a plane crash, Yahoo TV reported.
Callie Khouri, the executive producer of the TV series reportedly shared that the singer's fate will be revealed on the two-hour season premiere of 'Nashville Season 5'. Expectations are also high that the show will deliver exciting twists and turns in their CMT debut.
According to Taste Of Country, there will be changes in "Nashville Season 5". The story of the upcoming season will be slightly different from its previous seasons. Callie Khouri also promised that fans will be more hooked in the show as "some huge things" are set to be showcased in the anticipated come back.
"We're staying away from the 'that would never happen' stuff," Khouri said. "It is a lot more grounded in character. We're telling stories about characters that we love. I think it's more emotional, less soap opera, but it's still delivering dramatic stories."
The executive producer also hopes that Season 5 will be a huge help in promoting the music business because there are speculations that it is already collapsing.
"Nashville" Season 5 premieres January 5 on CMT.