Nashville “Stop the World (And Let Me Off)” Season 4 Episode 5

The ABC tv show Nashville “Stop the World (And Let Me Off)” Season 4 Episode 5 airs Wednesday, Oct 21 2015 at 10pm on ABC. In this new episode, Rayna pushes back on Layla’s romantic relationship with Jeff, and Markus pushes back on his producer, Avery — which does not go well. Maddie joins Colt on Luke’s tour, giving the teens opportunities for more freedom than Maddie can handle. She turns to Juliette for advice and shocks Luke with the results. Meanwhile, Deacon and Scarlett head to Natchez despite their falling-out, and Gunnar enlists Kevin and Will’s help as “wingmen” in an effort to pick up a new woman.

Show Summary: The critically acclaimed drama series “Nashville” returns for a third season. In the season two finale, Rayna was left at a crossroads with marriage proposals from both Luke, her superstar boyfriend, and Deacon, her first love and the father of her oldest child. Whom will she choose? And how will she navigate the turbulent road helming her own label, Highway 65? Juliette had lost the security of her newfound love with rising artist Avery, which foundered when she cheated on him with Jeff Fordham, the record label executive who has made no secret of his contempt for her. This season she will not only grapple with that heartbreak, but also with a pregnancy.

Will’s sham of a marriage is cracking under the weight of his admission to his wife Layla that he’s gay, and to the cameras of the reality show shadowing their every move. Will his burgeoning career be his salvation or an albatross? Scarlett, Gunnar and Avery continue to struggle to find their muses and voices within in the music industry, and the dynamics of their careers, friendships and search for love seems to shift continually.

Rayna’s daughters, Daphne and Maddie, cope with their mother’s engagement as well as her ever-increasing fame, while her ex-husband, Teddy, forms a shaky new alliance with Rayna’s nemesis, Jeff Fordham.

“Music City” can mean so many things to different people. In Nashville, musicians and songwriters are at the heart of the storm driven by their own ambitions. Some are fueled by their creativity and passion for fame. Others struggle to cope with the pressures of success and doing everything in their power to stay on top.