‘Hart of Dixie’ season 4, episode 9 preview: Rachel Bilson, Wilson Bethel, and ‘End of Days’

Hart of Dixie -Hart of Dixie” may be coming to an end soon. Sad thought, no? Well, that does appear more likely now than ever before, given that creator Leila Gerstein posted on Twitter earlier today (see below) that tonight’s “61 Candles” was one of the “final three episodes.” If the series finale is coming in two weeks’ time, though, at least be prepared for an ending that ties together most loose ends. If the show is going out, it seems to be going out with closure. (Gerstein also claimed that she and the writers “prepared” for this sort of possibility.)

We won’t get too far ahead of ourselves here, though. Instead, let us just talk about “End of Days,” which is the new episode of the CW series airing next week. Brick’s birthday will have come and gone, and in that storyline’s place, we’re going to see one that makes BlueBell wonder whether or not the town is about to completely fall apart. Take a look at the full synopsis below:

“AnnaBeth (Kaitlyn Black) is visited in a dream by BlueBell’s founder, who prophesies five omens about the end of BlueBell. Not taking it seriously, AnnaBeth shares her dream with Crickett (guest star Brandi Burkhardt) who tells everyone and creates a town-wide panic. Zoe (Rachel Bilson) and Wade (Wilson Bethel) are surprised when it comes out that they have very different opinions about marriage. Meanwhile, George (Scott Porter) is at a crossroads when he gets an offer that could change his life forever.”

This episode could be fun, but know this: There could also be some huge story moments in here, as well. The show has to prepare its characters for the rest of their lives, so expect some movement in that direction.

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