Dolly Parton is ready to share the origin stories behind eight of her seminal songs in her new Netflix series Heartstrings, which premieres Nov. 22, and you can watch the trailer now, exclusively on Billboard. The anthology series will take on hour-long love stories, family dramas, revenge comedies, westerns and inspirational tales to dissect eight of Parton’s hits — “These Old Bones,” “If I Had Wings,” “JJ Sneed,” “Jolene,” “Cracker Jack,” “Sugar Hill,” “Down From Denver” and “Two Doors Down” — which also double as the episode titles.
Both new and classic music from Parton’s catalog will score each stand-alone episode, which will feature an all-star cast comprised of Kathleen Turner, Delta Burke, Gerald McRaney, Ginnifer Goodwin, Kimberly Williams-Paisley, Timothy Busfield, Melissa Leo and Julianne Hough as Jolene.
Parton will only get screen time for the “Jolene” episode of Heartstrings, when she plays the character Babe. Parton also acts as one of the show’s executive producers, alongside showrunner Patrick Sean Smith and Sam Haskell.
Watch the Heartstrings trailer below.