Nashville is dipping into the real world’s country-music talent pool for its Season 1 finale.
TVLine has learned, meanwhile, that twang-tinged crooner will not share any screentime with his wife, Nashville player Kimberly Williams-Paisley.
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• USA Network is giving viewers a chance to visit Graceland ahead of its scheduled June 6 premiere. The new drama’s debut installment will be made available via most cable providers’ video-on-demand service from April 29 to May 12.
• The final numbers — including DVR+7 playback — are in for Justified‘s fourth season, and the FX series scored its most watched cycle ever in total viewers (averaging 4.1 million, up 4 percent). Versus its freshman run, the acclaimed drama is now up 20 percent in total audience. In the coveted 18-49 demo, Justified‘s Season 4 was flat, averaging a 1.85 rating.
• TBS’ Bill Lawrence/Greg Malins penned pilot Ground Floor is staging a Pitch Perfect reunion with the addition of Alexis Knapp. The workplace comedy follows a 25-year-old alpha male (Perfect‘s Skylar Astin) who, upon crossing paths with his company’s support staff, realizes he’s not nearly as happy as he thought he was. Knapp plays a co-worker at the company.
• D.L. Hughley (The Hughleys) and Michael Ian Black (Burning Love) have been tapped to host the TBS’ new Mark Burnett-produced comedic game show Trust Me, I’m a Game Show Host.
• Discovery’s Alaska: The Last Frontier returns with the second half of its Season 2 on May 19, per The Hollywood Reporter.
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