Yes "Hart of Dixie" is a show on The CW. It isn't badly written, acted, directed, etc., despite the core audience of the network. But what has me leaving it on my recording list while dumping "Ringer" and "The Secret Circle" is the music. I'm including links to Amazon's site so you can sample each one though most are also available through iTunes and other sources. Unlike everything else on The CW all the music is great Southern/Country/Blues/Folk. Here's from the pilot's playlist: Crazy by The Kills (an unavailable cover of the Patsy Cline song but here's a link to a YouTube video) For a Little While by Langhorne Slim (did Worries used in the Travelers Insurance commercial with the dog) Have Love Will Travel by The Black Keys (cover of a Richard Berry blues song) Little Miss by Sugarland, and if you don't know who they are why are you reading this thread? Love Story by Taylor Swift, see comment above about Sugarland. Rebels in the Roses by Everest (yeah, they're Alternative Rock, but....) The Come Down by Austin Hartley-Leonard, a new young Folk singer-songwriter. The Man Grows by Beta Radio This by Darius Rucker Walkin' Talkin' Deadman by Pine Hill Haints You Are Mine by Enter the Worship Circle (There was an interesting sounding rap song used near the beginning while Hart was still in NYC, Best Love Song by T-pain featuring Chris Brown.) Anyway, if the other elements of the show stay about as good as or better then the pilot, than the sound track may keep it in our record list all season.