Sky Living Adds Two Major New Drama Shows
Nashville returns for its fourth series, although this is the first time it has aired on Sky Living. It stars Connie Britton (American Horror Story) as country music superstar and Hayden Panettiere (Heroes) as future star.
The fourth series sees more drama, southern accents, and guest stars from the world of country music.
Shades of Blue, meanwhile, is a new crime thriller starring Jennifer Lopez as Brooklyn-based Detective Harlee Santos. In typical police drama style, Harlee “often gets the team to step outside the bounds of the law in order to effectively protect their precinct and theirs” – but it gets her in trouble when the FBI forces her to become her. own informant. unit.
The rest of the cast is made up of Ray Liotta (Goodfellas), Warren Kole (24), Drea de Matteo (The Sopranos), Dayo Okeniyi (Terminator Genisys), Hampton Fluker (The Blind Side), Vincent Laresca (Graceland), and Sarah Jeffery (Snape).
Adam MacDonald, director of Sky 1 and Sky Living, is excited to add the shows to the channel. He said, “These two brilliant upcoming shows on Sky Living only strengthen our reputation as a fantastic American drama, so I couldn’t be happier that Shades of Blue and Nashville are coming to the channel. They’ve got it all. a Sky Living drama should have and more: strong characters, compelling storylines and the ability to speak that our customers love. “
Both shows will land on Sky Living later this year. Sky customers can catch up on Nashville’s first three series via Sky Box Sets and Now TV, before the fourth arrives in the summer.
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