A&E to cancel season 4 of ‘AMC’s Nashville’ after deadly shooting

Nashville, Tenn.

(AP) A&e has canceled the upcoming season of the ABC drama “AMC Nashville,” after an episode featuring a fatal shooting.

In a statement, the network said it was canceling the third season of “AMCE Nashville,” which was to have been filmed in April, citing “the ongoing investigation into the death of a student and the subsequent police response.”

The show’s creators said in a statement: “The cancellation of this third season is due to the ongoing police investigation.

The episode has been filmed and will air in the future, and will continue to be produced in accordance with our contractual obligations.

We are deeply saddened by this tragic event and deeply grateful for the many prayers and thoughts that have been sent our way.”

The news comes as the show’s producers continue to grapple with the fallout from the episode.

A&P said it would make changes to “AMCN” that will “make it clear the show will be about something other than the tragic shooting and tragic death of Dylan.

The show will continue as scheduled.”

In a series of tweets on Monday, A&A’s president of original programming, Jim Stangl, said the series was “committed to a real story about a tragic story.”

The series will “continue as scheduled” through the end of the year, Stangt said.

The announcement comes after a series producer and actor was arrested in the fatal shooting of Dylan in April.

The suspect, who was not named, was taken into custody, but was later killed.

The gunman was later identified as Dylan’s roommate, Jordan Lewis.

The shooting prompted the city to close the college for about a week, with many students being forced to remain home.

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