CMT’s new series, Southern Nights, brings 10 well-known cast members from the network’s Sweet Home Alabama to Georgia, where they will live and party together, promising more fun and drama than ever.
The cast heads to the beautiful Southern city of Savannah where some relationships will begin and others will be tested as past conflicts resurface and different lifestyles collide. Throughout the eight-episode series, they will explore the best of the South — from rodeos and ranches to upscale nightclubs and tailgate parties.
Southern Nights premieres April 7 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on CMT with two back-to-back new episodes immediately following the second season premiere of Texas Women.
New episodes will premiere weekly on Saturdays at 10 p.m. ET/PT.
The Southern Nights cast includes:
Cassie Rupp, a journalist from Dighton, Kan., was featured in season two. She is a farmer’s daughter who was brought up helping on the family farm, riding horses, spending time at the nearby lake and enjoying the small things in life.
Cody Harris, a rodeo cowboy from Robertsdale, Ala., was featured in season one. Raised in a family that has strong roots in the rodeo, he has emerged as a young rising star.
Collin Varallo, a landscape company owner from Birmingham, Ala., participated in season one. He considers himself a true Southern gentleman and believes football is a religion.
Courtney Wilkerson, a small-town Southern girl from Theodore, Ala., was featured in season two. She finds her family and friends two of the most important things in life.
Devin Grissom, the bachelorette in season one, is a public relations student at the University of Alabama from Cordova, Tenn. An avid sports fan, she hopes to have a successful sports broadcasting career in the future.
“Jersey” Jeff Miranda, a red-carpet personality and performer from Newark, N.J., was featured in season one. He considers himself to be New Jersey’s most sought-after bachelor.
Kristina Kraus, a stylist from Orange County, Calif., was a cast member in season two. She loves her “OC lifestyle,” which involves tanning every day, wearing hair extensions and getting crystals on her nails.
Landon “Tex” Chase, a firefighter and paramedic from Fort Worth, Texas, was featured in season three. He is a self-proclaimed “good ol’ boy” and avid hunter.
Michael “Flex” Dean, a personal trainer, actor and model from Las Vegas, was part of season one. He leads a healthy and active lifestyle away from the hustle of the Strip and is amazed by the outdoor beauty Nevada has to offer.
Tristan Smith, a nursing student from Robertsdale, Ala., was featured in season two. Without her Southern roots, she says she wouldn’t be where she is today.