Nothing’s ever easy for Hayden Panettiere’s Juliette Barnes in Nashville.
CMT released the trailer for the sixth and final season of the drama set in the world of country music on Thursday.
And it shows the young star having what seems to be a meltdown as she walks off stage, saying: ‘I don’t think I feel like singing. I just need to stop.’
Yet another crisis: Hayden Panettiere’s Juliette Barnes appears to be in more trouble in CMT’s Nashville, which revealed the trailer for its sixth and final season on Thursday
Working too hard: The star’s character appears to have a meltdown in the two-minute trailer
Sunk in deep depression, she meets Darius, the charismatic founder of a self-actualization movement who offers to help guide Juliette out of her darkness.
But he may not be what he seems.
The trailer also hints at relationships between Deacon Claybourne (Charles Esten) and Jessie Caine (Kaitlin Doubleday) and between Maddie Stella (Lennon Conrad) and a new Justin Bieber-esque pop star named Jonah Ford.
Distressed: Juliette walks off stage saying, ‘I don’t think I feel like singing. I just need to stop’
Bleak: Sunk in deep depression, she meets Darius, the charismatic founder of a self-actualization movement who offers to help guide Juliette out of her darkness
Realization: Juliette soon comes to realize that Darius may not be all as he seems
There’s more drama between on-off couple Gunnar Scott and Scarlett O’Connor (Sam Palladio and Clare Bowen) as they struggle to perform without each other after yet another breakup.
CMT announced that the sixth season of Nashville will be the show’s last after seroes five wrapped with the death of actress Connie Britton’s Rayna James – the celebrity country star on the show.
The series kicked off on ABC in 2012 but it was canceled after four seasons of sharing the stars’ musical careers and their love lives.
One her own: Clare Bowen as Scarlett struggles with life after yet another break-up with her stage partner Gunnar, played by Sam Palladio
Single guy: Gunnar also seems to be having a hard time – suggesting yet another reconciliation might be on the cards
Hanging with a pal: He is surrounded by adoring young fans as he and a pal got out to a park
That’s when CMT came in and saved the show for its final two seasons.
‘All of us on Nashville are so incredibly grateful to the show’s fans, who convinced CMT to give us a chance to keep telling the story of these remarkable characters,’ executive producer Marshall Herskovitz said in a press release.
‘And we want to return the favor with a final season that celebrates all the joys and passions, twists and turns – and amazing music! – that made Nashville such an exciting journey for the last six years.’
Nashville season 6 is set to premiere on CMT on January 4.
On the way out: The sixth and final season of Nashville will kick off on CMT on January 4