Hart Of Dixie

Aired: Mar 27, 2015 , Saturday at 20:00 on CW


Episode Summary: Zoe makes a monumental decision, and Wade tries to fulfill her wishes before their baby arrives. Meanwhile, Lavon feels awful about misleading Lemon and tried to repair things, and George and Annabeth are faced with a big choice.
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There's no other town like Bluebell. Wade and Zoe could have been speaking on behalf of the audience when they talked about how much they loved their town. Bluebell deserved a heartfelt send off, and Hart of Dixie Season 4 Episode 10 certainly delivered one! Hart of Dixie Photos from "Bluebell" Start Gallery It's hard not to describe this episode as anything but a series finale. Unfortun... more



Wilson Bethel on His 'Mind-Boggling' Journey from The O.C. to Hart of Dixie

Before Wilson Bethel won over Rachel Bilson as her love interest on Hart of Dixie, he was just a guy sitting next to her in a kissing booth on The O.C. while Seth Cohen made his big “Acknowledge me now or lose me forever” declaration. The grand gesture proved successful for Seth, but Bethel’s jock Brad was not so lucky. In fact, he was nev... more

Rachel Bilson of 'Hart of Dixie' Cast as Series Regular on 'Nashville'

After killing off the star of the show, Rayna Jaymes (Connie Britton), Nashville has to add some serious star power to their ensemble to be able to maintain the fierce drama that the series has provided thus far. No one can deny Britton's star power, and without that the series may move into unrecognizable territory. However, after the mid-season finale, TV Line reported that Rachel Bilson ( The O.C., Hart of Dixie) and Kaitlin Doubleday ( Empire) will be joining the cast as series regulars. After the mid-season fin... more

'Crazy Ex-Girlfriend' Review: A Quirky New Comedy with an Unlikable Lead Character

The CW has found its creative and ratings groove over the past couple of years, cranking out a series of successful action shows and female-centric dramedies. But their track record with shows that fall outside those two genres is iffy and I'm not convinced their luck is going to change with the new show Crazy Ex-Girlfriend. The series was originally developed for Showtime and so far it seems to be a mix of pay-TV darkness and CW bubbly optimism. To Be 16 and in... more


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