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Dolly Parton's Heartstrings: Season 1 (2019)
Critic Consensus: As unique as Dolly herself, Heartstrings' many tales of heartache and love don't always play, but strong performances and a sense of tension should be enough for fans of music and melodramaalike.
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as Lucy Jane
as JJ Sneed
as Amelia Meegers
as Tom Freeman
as Delilah ‘Dee’ Covern
as Mary Shaw aka Old Bones
as Roy Meegers
as Ellie Holder
as Lincoln Dollarhyde
as Tyler Meegers
as Reverend Covern
as Deke Fletche
as Reverend Riggs
as Myrna Jorgensen
as Lee Meegers
as Nancy Bridges
as Mrs. Grover
as Cole Evans
as Mrs. Cunningham
as Kendal Hooks
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"Heartstrings" walks an interesting tightrope in these politically fraught times.
Not without moments of charm, each episode makes one wish they had just listened to her greatest hits on Spotify instead.
I couldn't stomach it, though I think in its middle-of-the-road approach to cozy life lessons, the show is doing exactly what it intends to do.
The most objectionable thing about Dolly Parton's Heartstrings is its length. There is no good reason why even an excellent show adapted from three-minute-long country songs would need to have 80-minute long episodes.
Heartstrings is an acquired taste, it's true. But [Dolly] Parton herself is a universally adored figure that you wish were available to call you sugar and sing you a lullaby as you softly cry yourself to sleep for the 280th time this year.
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