The southern weekend

The Southern Weekend celebrates Southern hospitality, history, and culture. Great attractions like restaurants, museums, unique stores, and music venues are highlighted.

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Season 3 Episodes

Institutions - Natalie spends some time in Nashville with Carly Pearce at the Ryman Auditorium, then Travis Denning at the Grand Ole Opry while Molly visits the Stax Museum of American Soul Music in Memphis.
Adventure Time - Natalie braves the SOAR Adventure Tower in Nashville and goes waterskiing with Morgan Myles while Molly heads to Louisville for site seeing and a hot chicken adventure of her own.
Leisure Time - It’s all about relaxing in Nashville as Natalie takes in some fly fishing with Lee Brice and golfing with Runaway June while Molly sips tea in Charleston, South Carolina.
Take A Tour - Natalie takes a tour of the beautiful Cheekwood Estates just outside of Nashville and then gets a tour of the Glen Campbell Museum with musician Ashley Campbell. Molly visits the Atlanta Beltline and the Telfair Museums in Savannah.
Anything Goes - Natalie hangs with country band, Seaforth, at Pins Mechanical and Adam Chaffins at the legendary Station Inn in The Gulch. Meanwhile, Molly grabs a bite to eat in Tyler, Texas and then heads to the Appalachian Mountains.
Weekend Of Nature - Natalie meets up with Big Smo at Bloomsbury Farm, then goes horseback riding with Jenna Paulette while Molly goes kayaking in Savannah’s low country.
Great Adventures - Natalie takes a look back at some of the best adventures that she and Molly have had over the course of the show.
Oh The Places I've Been! - Natalie takes a look back at her favorite places she's been to in search of the perfect Southern weekend.

Season 2 Episodes

Women of the South - Hosts Natalie Stovall and Molly McKinney catch up with female business owners in Nashville and Charlotte.
Places to See - Find plenty of places to see in the South, from historic Studio B in Nashville to the Muhammad Ali Center in Louisville.
Fun Things To Do In The South - Find fun in the South as Molly visits Rocket City while Natalie catches up with Lewis Brice.
Animal Adventures - Natalie goes horseback riding and Molly spends some time at the zoo. Natalie also catches up with Easton Corbin to talk about his single "Raising Humans."
Southern Traditions - Molly McKinney hits the Kentucky Derby Museum in Louisville while Natalie goes line dancing and visits with the Song Suffragettes at The Listening Room in Nashville.
Two Souths - Molly hangs with alligators and hikes through the Smoky Mountains while Natalie visits a leather atelier and then heads to the studio for a visit with Emily Ann Roberts.
Southern Eats - Hosts Natalie Stovall and Molly McKinney get their taste buds on with BBQ in Mississippi, Cajun and Creole cuisine in New Orleans and tasty donuts in Nashville.
Best of Season 2 - Host Natalie Stovall counts down her five most favorite moments from the second season.

Season 1 Episodes

Cowgirls and Country Music - Host Natalie Stovall visits with sister duo Walker County as they do some boot shopping in downtown Nashville.
Elvis in the House - Host Natalie Stovall sits down with The Swon Brothers at Gruhn Guitars, one of the most iconic guitar stores in the world.
Hanging Out in the South - Host Natalie Stovall explores one of the country’s most popular new sports, Axe Throwing, and has a beer and a conversation with accomplished songwriter and country artist John King.
Southern Style - Host Natalie Stovall meets up with Nashville fashion designer Cavanagh Baker, and also heads to the George Jones Museum.
Southern Cooking - Host Natalie Stovall cooks up something special at Blake Shelton's Ole Red in Nashville and then takes a hot chicken challenge with country artist Canaan Smith.
Music Down South - Host Natalie Stovall does some karaoke with Santa while Molly McKinney takes a tour of a famous music studio in Muscle Shoals, Alabama.
Southern Adventures - Host Natalie Stovall takes us on a Southern Adventure filled with racing go-karts, whitewater rafting, rollercoaster riding, surfing and ice cream shakes with country artist Aaron Goodvin.
Best of Season 1 - Host Natalie Stovall counts down her five most favorite moments from the first season

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