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ABC’s ‘Nashville’ VR specials will be a last hurrah for the show

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The network didn’t opt for a fifth season, but you can drown you sorrows in VR, as ABC’s ‘Nashville’ VR specials will be a last hurrah for the show.

May 13, 2016

Written by: Billy Steele

ABC’s ‘Nashville’ VR specials will be a last hurrah for the show.

There was sad news for fans of ABC’s country music drama Nashville this week. The network announced that the show was being cancelled at the end of season 4, which is currently airing. That revelation came on the heels of ABC revealing that it would give fans an inside look at the series with virtual reality. A collection of videos are set at the Bluebird Cafe serving as a companion to what will be the last few episodes of the show.

As you might expect the so-called “On the Record” series include performances from that iconic venue featuring actors from the show. Like other ABC series, reality shows and news features, the Nashville videos area available on the web and through Littlstar’s app for VR headsets, mobile devices and Apple TV. At least there’s some additional content to help fans cope with the show’s end, until the inevitable rumors of a Nashville movie start circulating.

 

Source: engadget

 

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