What we said then:
"The worlds of music, politics and Southern hospitality collide beautifully in what is arguably fall TV's best new drama
... It all comes together in superb fashion, plus the backdrop of the actual Nashville makes for a great setting."
What we say now:
The singing and music-industry settings of "Nashville" remain brilliant, and the show has done a fine job developing its central characters. The same can't be said for the political b-plots -- which never stop feeling extraneous -- but the show wisely keeps its focus on the music.
-- Laurel Brown, Zap2it