I added a few stills from next week’s Nashville “Lovesick Blues” which airs 11/28/12 and updated the episode guide with information about episode 8.
I added a new video interview of Clare to the video archive from Thunder 106 Radio who interviewed Clare about Nashville and life. You can watch the video below. Enjoy.
• 107 x 2012: 11/16 Thunder 106 Radio Interview Screencaps
You wouldn’t know it from watching the show, but Nashville star Clare Bowen’s drawl is pure practice. The Australia native, who plays waitress-slash-reluctant-singer/songwriter Scarlett O’Connor on the show, tells EW that her father used to bring home movies like Song of the South and Fried Green Tomatoes when she was growing up, and she had a good ear for the country sound. “It’s always been my favorite accent,” she says.
Bowen also talks about Scarlett’s ongoing drama in her relationships with writing partner Gunner (U.K. native Sam Palladio) and her boyfriend on the show, Avery (Jonathan Jackson). But clearly, the drama stays on TV: It was also just announced that Bowen will join Palladrino for a Grand Ole Opry concert at Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium this weekend.
Find out more about the impending love triangle on Nashville, and more on Bowen’s singing background in the video here!
Source: Entertainment Weekly
The actress talks with THR about how her character will handle Avery’s selfish ways, potential romance with Gunnar and how all the story lines on the ABC country music drama will come together.
Rising star Scarlett (Clare Bowen) may be inching toward her breaking point on ABC’s country music drama Nashville.
After a her jealous boyfriend Avery (Jonathan Jackson) stole the spotlight during Scarlett and Gunnar’s (Sam Palladio) golden moment — ruining their chance with Lady Antebellum producers — the aspiring songwriter won’t take her wannabe crooner standing her way much longer on the freshman series.
“Scarlett is very hard to squash and there’s a strength that’s going to come out of her,” Bowen tells The Hollywood Reporter.
Considering Scarlett sacrificed her entire life for Avery — moving to a new town specifically to be with him as he fought his way amid the bustling country music dynamic of Nashville — it won’t be an easy decision for the young singer who has already eclipsed her partner to cut the cord.
“When you’re in love with someone, it’s really difficult to cut them loose; Scarlett has a few things ahead of her before she can do that,” she says. “But people grow apart and if someone isn’t going to grow with you, they need to go their own way and Scarlett is going to make that decision.”
But while the duo’s relationship may need to hit rock bottom first — perhaps Avery cheating on her will do the trick? — the idea of breaking it off with the sleazy wannabe is a scary thought.
The soundtrack features new music from the cast – Connie Britton, Hayden Panettiere, Charles Esten, Jonathan Jackson, Clare Bowen and Sam Palladio – who perform in each episode.
In conjunction with the label’s exclusive music partnership with ABC Studios, Big Machine Records released the first official single, ‘Telescope,’ to Country radio a mere three weeks ago. Sung by Hayden Panettiere (aka Juliette Barnes), the debut single is already Top 40-and-rising and has contributed nearly 50,000 to the total sales.
Award-winning producers T Bone Burnett, Dann Huff and Michael Knox have worked together to showcase the original content on both the show and soundtrack, respectively.
1. Buried Under – Connie Britton/ Written by Chris Destefano, Natalie Hemby
2. If I Didn’t Know Better – Sam Palladio, Clare Bowen / Written by Arum Rae, John Paul White
3. Undermine – Hayden Panettiere, Charles Esten / Written by Trent Dabbs, Kacey Musgraves
4. Sideshow – Charles Esten / Written by Aaron Scherz, Brad Tursi
5. Wrong Song – Connie Britton, Hayden Panettiere / Written by Marv Green, Sonya Isaacs, Jimmy Yeary
6. No One Will Ever Love You – Connie Britton, Charles Esten / Written by Steve McEwan, John Paul White
7. Twist Of Barbwire – Jonathan Jackson / Written by Elvis Costello
8. Love Like Mine – Hayden Panettiere / Written by Kelly Archer, Emily Shackleton, Justin Weaver
9. Telescope – Lennon Stella, Maisy Stella / Written by Cary Barlowe, Hillary Lindsay
10. When The Right One Comes Along- Clare Bowen, Sam Palladio / Written by Georgia Middleman, Justin Davis, Sarah Zimmermann
11. Telescope (Radio Mix) – Hayden Panettiere / Written by Cary Barlowe, Hillary Lindsay
I added 278 screencaps of Clare as Scarlett from last night’s episode of Nashville. What a good episode! I loved all the Scarlett/Avery drama. It was great to see Clare so emotional and damn you Avery! I also updated the Nashville Episode Guide.
FOX has announced that it will be giving Nashville a full season. woohoo!! Keep on watching and share the love with friends and family.
ABC has given the vote of confidence to freshman drama Nashville and expressed optimism in Friday comedies Last Man Standing and Malibu Country.
The network has given a back-nine order to the country music drama from Oscar winner Callie Khouri and picked up three additional scripts for both Tim Allen comedy Last Man Standing and Reba McEntire rookie Malibu Country. Leading into the fall season, the critically acclaimed Nashville received an aggressive marketing campaign ahead of its Oct. 10 premiere. Opening in Revenge’s former time slot on Wednesdays at 10 p.m., the series scored a 2.8 rating among adults 18-49 and 8.93 million viewers, falling below industry expectatios for the well-reviewed series.
It easily bested its time slot competition — NCIS and Chicago Fire — in the key demo, but lost a significant chunk of its haul (half a point) in its second half hour. Thus far this season, the Connie Britton and Hayden Panettiere drama from Lionsgate TV and ABC Studios is averaging 6 million total viewers and 2.12 rating among the advertiser-coveted 18-49 demo.
Source: Hollywood Reporter
Clare and Sam Palladio are nominated for Hottest New Face at the 2012 Fall TV Awards. Take a moment and support Clare and Sam by casting your vote.
Both of Clare’s short films A Burning Thing and The Red Valentine will be premiering this month in St. Louis and in Chattanooga. Check out the information below. I wish I lived closer to these locations so I could go see them. If you go share with us your thoughts!
What? A Burning Thing
When? Fri, Nov 16th at 4:30pm
Where? St. Louis International Film Festival – Plaza Frontenac Cinema
What? The Red Valentine
When? Wed, Nov 14th at 9:15pm
Where? Chattanooga, TN – Tivoli Theatre
For more information about these short films go here.
I added 381 screencaps of Clare as Scarlett from last night’s episode of Nashville. What a good episode. I loved all the Scarlett/Avery/Gunnar drama. I also updated the Nashville Episode Guide.