An aspiring young country singer (Katharine McPhee) finds the band she's been missing when she takes a job as nanny for a musically talented family, helmed by a rugged cowboy (Eddie Cibrian) and his five children.
This list rounds up the best and most recent documentaries, dramas, and competitions focused on country music, ranging from Dolly Parton's Heartstrings to Ken Burns' outstanding documentary on the history of country music.
These lighthearted comedies buck the trend towards cynical humor, and harken back to an earlier era of network sitcoms complete with multiple cameras, live studio audiences, and, yes, laugh tracks; These throwbacks remain current--featuring diverse casts and discussing topical issues--without losing their lighthearted vibe.
The deep dysfunction, unsympathetic characters, and cynicism of the Bluth, Gallagher or Roy families can be hilarious, but can also wear you down--for a change try these family comedies with a good heart.
Sitcoms about families with blue colors from states that vote red, including Netflix's recent addition 'The Ranch', which is like 'That '70s Show', but set in Texas, and with more conventional facial hair.