Nashville Season 6

Release Date, Episode Guide

Nashville season 6 started airing on Thursday, January 4, 2018. Series returns with new episodes on Jun 07, 2018. Subscribe below for season Six fan alert to get a short reminder email the day of the season finale: Jul 26, 2018. Get a brief email if and when the next season is announced. Make sure to come back to where we’ll have season recap and discussion.

List of Episodes

S6E1 New Strings

S6E2 Second Chances

S6E3 Jump Then Fall

S6E4 That's My Story

S6E5 Where the Night Goes

S6E6 Beneath Still Waters

S6E7 Can't Help But Wonder Where I'm Bound

S6E8 Sometimes You Can't Just Win

S6E9 Pick Yourself Up

S6E10 Two Sparrows in a Hurricane

S6E11 No Place That Far

S6E12 The House That Built Me

S6E13 Strong Enough to Bend

S6E14 For the Sake of the Song

S6E15 I Don't Want to Lose You Yet

most recent episode S6E16 Beyond the Sunset

How many episodes are in season 6 of Nashville?

The season consists of 16 episodes. The second half premiered on Thursday, June 7, 2018.


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Previously on Nashville: With Deacon and the artists of Highway 65 taking a stand, Zach sends a message. Maddie and Juliette's conflict comes to a head. Daphne goes to a pool party. Gunnar returns from Avery's tour.

Critics Reviews

    Over at Chez Claybourne, the gang poses for a late Christmas photo in front of the tree. Maddie, Daphne, and Scarlett all wear matching red frocks and Deacon wears … the same flannel shirt he always wears. Deacon is excited about spending New Year’s Eve together as a family, but then Maddie gets invited to perform at MTV’s Hits and Hunger concert. Deacon can’t deny his disappointment, but he encourages her to go and asks Scarlett to chaperone. Daphne and Maddie then have the same conversation they always have. She and Avery decide to take a vacation and go to Asheville, North Carolina, of all places. Juliette can’t sleep and wanders into the hotel lobby at 2 a.m., where she meets this self-help guru guy named Darius Enright (Josh Stamberg). He is the king of psychobabble-y <...> - via New York Magazine/Vulture [Max Weiss]

    "From the get-go, #6balloons is a cat’s cradle rope maze, a kaleidoscope of mess, that super-glues scenes of heroin withdrawal to the heartbreak of seeing someone you’d do anything (even bad things, like enable their addiction) for suffer." Savannah is the definition of a Georgia Peach. She’s a twenty-something who loves food, fashion and, of course, all things entertainment. She is a TV critic/writer for The Young Folks and while she loves being social, she typically prefers being in front of her TV watching the many shows on her DVR. Don’t get her started on Game of Thrones or the ending of How I Met Your Mother, she might never stop. Thanks to Criminal Minds and Quantico, Savannah fully believes she can be a FBI agent and solve any case that comes <...> - per The Young Folks [Savannah Brock]


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With so many people watching Nashville cannot beli
With so many people watching Nashville cannot beli
1 year 6 months ago

With so many people watching Nashville cannot believe that you all would take it off the air. I am very disappointed

1 year 6 months ago

Very disappointed that you are taking this show off The air

1 year 6 months ago

Wish it wasn’t ending

1 year 5 months ago

This show is so down home I cannot believe they are taking it off and leaving some of these of these other goofy shows on. Had me crying last night, it’s soooooo good and real. Somebody needs to keep it on!!!!