CMT Sets ‘Nashville’ Series Finale for July, Shares New Teaser for Final Episodes (Video)



CMT has scheduled the series finale of “Nashville,” with the final eight episodes of the country music drama to begin airing on June 7.
Starring Hayden Panettiere, Clare Bowen, Chris Carmack and Charles Esten, “Nashville” will conclude its sixth and final season on July 26.
The network released a new teaser for the last run of episodes following Thursday’s midseason finale.
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CMT also announced on Thursday that “Deliverance” star Ronny Cox and “The Strain’s” Mia Maestro would join the series for its final run of episodes in recurring roles.
Cox will play Deacon’s father Gideon, a recently reformed, lifelong alcoholic who’s back to try and heal a long broken relationship with his son. The character is described as “a crusty, frustrated, would-be musician, who resented his son’s success.” Maestro will play Rosa, a dedicated follower of Darius’ (Josh Stamberg) Movement who begins to have doubts about her role in it.
Cox is represented by APA and Levine Management, and Maestro is represented by ICM Partners and Brillstein Entertainment Partners.

Sometimes your zeal and dedication to a TV show turns out to be one big disappointment once it all comes to an end. And according to fan fervor over the highly anticipated “Girls” series finale, the HBO show may have already earned that dubious distinction. Here are seven examples from some of television’s best shows of all time — which, sadly, also became famous for their epically bad series finales. 
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“Seinfeld”
The series finale of the beloved “show about nothing” has gone down in history as a big flop. Jerry (Jerry Seinfeld), George (Jason Alexander), Elaine (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) and Kramer (Michael Richards) end up in prison for violating the “Good Samaritan” law. In the last shot, we see Jerry performing stand-up to his fellow inmates. It was just weird. 
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NBC

“How I Met Your Mother”
The CBS show had a cult following for the near-decade it was on the air. It followed the life of Ted Mosby (Josh Radnor) in New York City. Everyone’s favorite perpetually single architect was always on the lookout for love. He eventually finds it in the very last season, but ends up going back — in the series finale — to Robin Scherbatsky (Cobie Smulders), his friend that he’s been in love with since they met in the first episode of the season. The recreated first date from the first season was cute, but fans were annoyed to see Ted and Robin together after spending the entire season leading up to Robin and Barney’s (Neil Patrick Harris) wedding. 
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“Lost”
Fans were upset with the finale of “Lost” for one of two reasons: It was either too confusing or not confusing enough. For many die-hard “Lost” fans, they loved the mystery of the show and the finale was satisfying enough. For the many others, however, the strange is-this-real-or-not feeling was just too much to handle. 
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ABC

“Dexter”
Some thought that “Dexter” went on past its prime, and that resulted in an unsatisfactory finale. For a show that started out strong, many fans were left feeling disappointed that a once-great drama was unable to be redeemed. 
Showtime

“Weeds”
For a show that once brought Showtime some of its highest ratings, “Weeds” went on a few seasons too long in the eyes of many fans. By the series finale rolled around, a lot of dedicated viewers saw its time-jump forward as a cop-out. 
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“Roseanne”
For a show that pushed so many boundaries, the series finale was a gut-punch to fans — who found out that many of the things they loved about the comedy weren’t true at all. Much of it came from Roseanne’s (Roseanne Barr’s) imagination as she reveals in that last show as she pens her autobiography. 
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ABC

“Girls”
The series ending to “Girls” was confusing to say the least and felt more like an epilogue. The penultimate episode, “Goodbye Tour,” felt way more like a finale, wrapping up with the four main characters dancing the night away together. The actual finale, “Latching,” surrounded Marnie (Allison Williams) and Hannah (Lena Dunham) taking care of Hannah’s baby in upstate New York and involved a whole lot of yelling and nudity. 
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Sometimes, what starts out as a good thing can end up so, so wrong

Sometimes your zeal and dedication to a TV show turns out to be one big disappointment once it all comes to an end. And according to fan fervor over the highly anticipated “Girls” series finale, the HBO show may have already earned that dubious distinction. Here are seven examples from some of television’s best shows of all time — which, sadly, also became famous for their epically bad series finales. 

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