ABC has cancelled it’s popular country music drama Nashville after four seasons.
The season finale which airs May 25 in the US will serve as the series end ,which is set to leave fans wanting more as it’s been reported that it will end with a big cliff hanger.
Star of the show Connie Britton posted her reaction to the news on Instagram with a heartfelt post.
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To the amazing friends and family who are Nashville, to the cast and crew, and most of all to the fans…I'd just like to say it's been my honor to be a part of this world, to live in it and breathe it in and try to replicate it. Sometimes we were more successful than others. But the place of Nashville in my heart is deep and permanent. I am grateful for the hard work and faith of so many who dedicated themselves to creating and supporting this show. And I am forever changed for the better. Thanks for the music.
Show creator Callie Khouri shared her thoughts on the news via Twitter.
With a heavy heart, I thank all our incredible fans for all of your love, huge thanks to the city of Nashville. See you on down the road.
— Callie Khouri (@CallieKhouri) May 12, 2016
To my amazing, hilarious, hardest working crew ever, I thank you from the bottom of my heart. You made it worth every minute. ????????
— Callie Khouri (@CallieKhouri) May 13, 2016
Ed Amatrudo, who had a reoccurring role on the show as Juliette’s manager, Glenn, since the beginning of the series, sounded far more optimistic in a post written Friday.
Visualize the "NASHVILLE" pickup party! It can happen! Talk about pure insanity! HULU, CMT, here's your opening! Go! #BringBackNashville
— Ed Amatrudo (@EdAmatrudo) May 13, 2016
Lionsgate TV have also spoken out about the cancellation and have reassured fans they are trying to find a new home for the show.
— Lionsgate TV (@LionsgateTV) May 13, 2016
Are you sad by the news Nashville has been cancelled, are you hoping that Liongate manage to find it a new home? Let us know over on @CelebMix !