Brian Hickerson says Hayden Panettiere is allowing him to make "amends" for past abuse.
Brian Hickerson, the ex-boyfriend of Hayden Panettiere, is serving his jail sentence in his domestic violence case involving the "Nashville" and "Heroes" star.
Brian Hickerson pleaded no contest on Tuesday to two felony counts of injuring a spouse/cohabitant/girlfriend/child's parent
Panettiere hopes her "story will empower others in abusive relationships to get the help they need and deserve."
Hayden Panettiere shares an update with fans after her ex-boyfriend Brian Hickerson is arrested on multiple charges including domestic violence.
Brian Hickerson was arrested for domestic battery, interference with a police officer after alleged altercation with Hayden Panettiere.
Hayden Panettiere's boyfriend was charged with domestic violence this week,the Los Angeles Police Department told HuffPost on Saturday
Hayden Panettiere and Wladimir Klitschko have apparently ended their relationship after nine years. The news comes one day after the "Nashville" actress was photographed with a mystery man.
Juliette walks off stage, admits her depression, and possibly joins a cult on the Season 6 premiere of "Nashville."
Combine bubbly soap opera material with amusingly lively scenes of Will, Avery, and Gunnar forming the band you didn't know you'd always wanted.
On the season finale of “Nashville,” things got intense when Zach shut down the studio and froze out all the Highway 65 employees. And to add to the drama, Deacon finally found out that Juliette stole Maddie’s song, which did not go over well.
There was a lot of drama on “Nashville” when both Maddie and Juliette were nominated in the same American Music Award category. The two were nominated for Favorite Pop Song, but Juliette’s song was actually intended for Maddie — until she stole it.
Things certainly looked grim for Rayna James at the end of last week’s Nashville: After escaping from a hostage situation with her stalker, the country music queen climbed into the back of a squad car, which proceeded to drive her directly into a traffic accident. A promo that aired immediately following the episode suggested that her life hung in the balance, as her friends and family descended on the hospital. But this exclusive clip from the Feb. 23 episode, “If Tomorrow Never Comes,” suggests that Rayna has received a stay of vehicular-related execution — for now.
Thursday’s “Nashville” ended with a bang as Rayna was involved in a serious car crash. Earlier in the episode, Rayna was working in her office when a stalker appeared with a knife. Rayna had gotten a restraining order against the man in a previous episode, but the deranged fan, Wayne, hid in her office waiting for her.
Jesus, take the wheel! After her horrific plane crash, it appears that Juliette Barnes is entrusting the future of her life and career to a higher power. After four seasons as Nashville‘s resident bad girl, the singer (played by Hayden Panettiere) is following in the footsteps of secular artists like Bob Dylan and MC Hammer by going gospel. Juliette’s turn to more spiritual pursuits has been hinted at all season long, starting with her burgeoning friendship with the woman who stayed by her side in the crucial moments after the crash, church choir singer Hallie Jordan (played by Grammy-winning musician Rhiannon Giddens).
Last week’s return of Nashville revealed many things, including that Juliette (Hayden Panettiere) is partially paralyzed after the plane crash (there’s hope for her to walk again someday because of movement in a toe), and that Deacon (Charles Esten) and Rayna (Connie Britton) will be making a concept album together that tells the tale of their storied relationship. Esten and Panettiere shared a few more details during a recent visit to Yahoo TV. Panettiere told us she had no idea how Juliette would begin Season 5 — assuming there’d be a Season 5 — when she shot last May’s finale.
“Let’s just leave the past in the past,” said Gunnar (Sam Palladio) to Scarlett (Clare Bowen) in the two-hour Season 5 premiere of Nashville, which has moved from ABC to CMT. In its place is a more leisurely pace and, at its best, a soulfulness that Nashville has long struggled to achieve. The changes must be ascribed to new showrunners Marshall Herskovitz and Ed Zwick, the fellows who brought you thirtysomething, My So-Called Life, and Once and Again.
On Thursday, Nashville premiered its fifth season on its new network, CMT. The country-music-centric show was canceled by ABC last season. Fortunately, CMT saved the show by putting it on its network.
Nashville, the frisky hound-dog soap opera that ABC abandoned at the side of the road, has been picked up by CMT (and Hulu). The fifth season doesn’t start until Jan. 5, but CMT is airing a sneak preview of the season premiere on Thursday night. Creator Callie Khouri has been joined by new show-runners Marshall Herskovitz and Ed Zwick, the men who brought you thirtysomething, My So-Called Life, and Once and Again — richly emotional dramas (if you’re a fan) or slow, maudlin nighttime soaps (if you’re not a fan).
It’s been a bumpy road for Hayden Panettiere since giving birth two years ago to her first child. Like many women, the Nashville star suffered from postpartum depression.