Sunday, May 15, 2016

Farewell, Nashville

I'm usually not one to dwell over the cancellation of TV shows.  It was fun while it lasted, time to move on, circle of life and all that jazz …but Nashville,  Nashville was special.

It wasn't something I had been watching for years (on that note: RIP Castle), or something that makes each day it's on feel like Christmas morning (thank God Lucifer is still with us…literally), but it was that one show I watched almost every sunday afternoon with my best friend. Coffee, tea, cake (lemon meringue pie for premieres and finales) and the shenanigans of Rayna, Deacon, Juliette and co. So it doesn't only mean the end of a show, but also of a  really fun tradition. 

The cancellation didn't come as a surprise, the writing was on the wall for a while, still with all these stories that probably won't get proper closure now, I was still hoping for a miracle.  But to ease the pain at least a little bit, ABC just released a series of special performances that can be experienced in 360° view. It's almost like being at the Bluebird Cafe, which is pretty neat (especially if you're like me and the music was your favorite part of the show): 

Chick here for more

And there's still two episodes left. So who knows, maybe the writers had some sense and we'll get a somewhat happy ending after all.  Here's to hoping.

Peace, Love, and Lobsters

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