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Fire and Rain 

Juliette helps Maddie navigate the wave of attention she receives after her performance at the CMT Music Awards, and Zach demands the masters from Rayna and Deacon's unfinished album.

Director:

Timothy Busfield

Writers:

Callie Khouri (created by), Jesse Zwick
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Connie Britton ... Rayna Jaymes
Hayden Panettiere ... Juliette Barnes
Clare Bowen ... Scarlett O'Connor
Chris Carmack ... Will Lexington
Charles Esten ... Deacon Claybourne
Jonathan Jackson ... Avery Barkley
Sam Palladio ... Gunnar Scott
Lennon Stella ... Maddie Conrad
Maisy Stella ... Daphne Conrad
Joseph David-Jones ... Clayton Carter
Cameron Scoggins ... Zach Welles
David Alford ... Bucky Dawes
Trevor Noah ... Trevor Noah
Harry Connick Jr. ... Harry Connick Jr.
Michael Patrick Lane ... Movie Star
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Juliette helps Maddie navigate the wave of attention she receives after her performance at the CMT Music Awards, and Zach demands the masters from Rayna and Deacon's unfinished album.

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Drama | Music | Romance

Certificate:

TV-PG
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Language:

English

Release Date:

9 March 2017 (USA) See more »

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Lionsgate Television See more »
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Stereo

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Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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This season is continuing at a whole new level
13 March 2017 | by naturallyrockinSee all my reviews

Just finished this episode on Hulu. Every week is blowing me away this season. Almost every episode has been gut-wrenching and a tear-jerker. The depth of raw emotion they are tapping into week after week is something I haven't felt in a show in a long time. Charles Esten is the most effective "crier" I've ever seen in an actor. In this episode, you get that understanding full-on. It's the second time this season I've been rocked by his ability (the first time was at the end of "If Tomorrow Never Comes" a couple episodes back). In this episode, there's a certain moment that is unearthly it's so good - I wanted to watch the transition in his face over and over. If he hasn't already won a "Best Supporting Actor" award, he needs to; he's brilliant at expressing emotion.

Really deep issues are being explored in this season, and woven together in a masterful way by the new set of writers. I just hope the thread of Juliette's new-found faith doesn't get lost in the upcoming episodes, because there have been so many great, touching moments as that has unfolded. This episode seems to set her back a bit into old patterns, but the latter scenes of this episode are hauntingly beautiful and supremely inspirational.


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