The Series Finale of 'Hart of Dixie' Is TONIGHT!

The Series Finale of 'Hart of Dixie' Is TONIGHT!

Zoe (Rachel Bilson) and Wade (Wilson Bethel) wait to hear news about their baby in this new still from the series finale of Hart of Dixie.

In “Bluebell”, As Zoe and Wade try to work out their issues, she makes a life-changing decision and Wade does everything he can to make it happen before their baby is born.

Lavon (Cress Williams) feels guilty about misleading Lemon (Jaime King) and is determined to make things right.

Meanwhile, George (Scott Porter) and AnnaBeth (Kaitlyn Black) are frustrated with their current situation, leaving them with a big decision to be made.

“Bluebell” airs TONIGHT, Friday, March 27th @ 8PM ET/PT on The CW. 10+ pics inside…


Hart of Dixie – Inside “Bluebell”
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Photos: The CW
Posted to: Hart of Dixie, McKaley Miller, Rachel Bilson, Television
  • Delores Pauldo

    No one cares at this point don’t you think?

  • http://sceneontv.tumblr.com Darci

    I wish they would’ve granted HOD a shortened half season to wrap things up in a more deliberate, slow manner, but they still did a good job of cramming it all into this finale. I’ll miss this show’s characters, upbeat tone, and music. Loved that song at the end – I almost cried watching Lemon and Levon’s wedding day come together and hearing the whole cast sing it.

    I was worried that if the show went on, AB and George would be torn apart by the long distance. When she confronted him about expecting her to move to Nashville (another moment with a great song, “Odd World” by Molly Marlette) I was so torn – happy for her to stand up for herself, but sad thinking that they might be finished. However, I’m really glad that (I think*) the ending montage seem to imply that she followed him to Nashville because I liked them together.