Millions are expected to watch the new ABC series premiere of “Nashville” Wednesday night.
ABC's Nashville has been filming at numerous iconic and well-known venues across Music City just ahead of the series premiere.
The show is set to make its debut Wednesday night and it's expected to generate large numbers in viewership.
People around the city seem excited about the new show.
“We're interested to see where they filmed in Nashville,” Kim Parks, an interior designer in Nashville, explained, adding, “I'm really interested to see how they decorated the houses on the set, if they did any research and tried to make that regional or not.”
The critics have put “Nashville” on top of the fall lineup.
The New York Post said, “Nashville is arguably the best-written new TV series of the fall season.”
“The hype is justified. Nashville's terrific,” exclaimed Newsday.
Entertainment Weekly is calling it this year's “Best New Drama” saying, “Rarely does a pilot present a world as completely as Nashville does in its first hour.”
Watch the series premiere of “Nashville” Wednesday at 9 p.m. on Nashville's News 2.
- Oct. 9, 2012: Veteran actress Connie Britton carries major story line on 'Nashville'
- Oct. 8, 2012: ABC's 'Nashville' films inside iconic Music City venues
- Oct. 4, 2012: 'Nashville' TV show puts spotlight on Bluebird Cafe
- October 3, 2012: 'Nashville' debuts next week, Filming continues in Music City
- August 12, 2012: New ABC show 'Nashville' films in town
- July 18, 2012: Local extras needed for ABC's 'Nashville'
- July 12, 2012: ABC's 'Nashville' to hold casting call in Music City
- June 20, 2012: 'Nashville' TV show to start production in July in Music City