3 | Even if Homeland‘s Dar Adal » When one door closes, another one opens.Just like the door closed on the Rayna Jaymes years on the mid-season finale of the Cmt hit, it's time for the series to adapt to a life without Connie Britton's alter ego.

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"Music city, here I come #nashvillecmt," Bilson said in the Instagram post below. » - [email protected] Bilson can't escape that southern life!

The Hart of Dixie star is returning to television with a major role on Nashville, making the announcement on her Instagram Thursday night, following the country music drama's midseason finale.

No details about their characters are being given, but the actresses provided clues by posting images of Rayna James’ record label Highway 65 (Bilson) and the Bluebird Café (Doubleday).

Both are expected to play major characters associated with the label and the…

If some of you are still on the fence about whether to stick with the series when it returns for Season 5B later this year, we have some casting scoop that will surely soften the blow of the loss of Rayna.

Rachel Bilson and Kaitlin Doubleday are tapped to appear in multiple episodes of the country music drama.

Related: ' Nashville' Star Clare Bowen Breaks Down That Pregnancy Shocker She won't be the only familiar face heading to the country music drama.

Empire's Kaitlin Doubleday will be joining the ensemble, making the news » The Oc fans, this one's for you!

(On her final album, at least.)This week’s episode of the Cmt drama — its midseason finale — allows for some closure following Rayna’s unexpected death two episodes back; where last week’s hour was all about the surreal numbness that permeates immediately following a huge loss, “Fire and Rain” sets the series back in its groove.