“Chasing Nashville” on the Lifetime network quickly had a fan base that consisted of country music fans and reality television junkies. The show centers around five teenage girls who have amazing voices. They are competing to get a record deal in Nashville and have to go through several obstacles to get there. Mysteriously Lifetime pulled the show, and there has been no comment about why it was canceled or whether or not that is really what happened. Fans are upset the show was canceled according to a tweet posted by a fan on Dec. 5.
Fans have been rallying around their favorite singers. Savannah Little and Autumn Blair seem to have the biggest fan bases and their fans are constantly tweeting with the hashtag “Chasing Nashville.” Lifetime hasn’t had the best record this year with their reality shows, especially after fans went into an uproar when a second season wasn’t announced for “Pretty Wicked Moms.” Some fans have been suggesting another network like CMT should pick up the show. There was so much potential for the show to go above and beyond the initial vision.
It is disappointing to fans who invest in a show when it is canceled. Lifetime has been allowing the rest of the season of “Chasing Nashville” to be seen, but has stopped putting it on the air. Fans can watch the new episodes on iTunes, on demand, or on the website.
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