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"Songs, they're just stories put to music", Parton says, introducing the trailer. In her long, fruitful career, Dolly has recorded an array of hits including two-time chart-topper "I Will Always Love You", "Jolene", "Coat of Many Colours" and "9 to 5".
Dolly recently told Entertainment Tonight about casting for the series, in which she plays a mysterious character called "Babe", saying she hoped her goddaughter Miley Cyrus would play Jolene.
Of course, Cyrus and Parton have a great relationship - Dolly Parton is her godmother, for one, and they've performed the song on more than a few high-profile occasions. Every trial, every struggle, every smile, every sorrow.More news: Ranked Barty 'extremely hungry' for Fed Cup final win
'It's the melody of my memories - it's the sound of my heartstrings'. What Dolly Parton song would you like to see made for TV?
"Down from Dover" is a Vietnam War-era story featuring Bellamy Young and Camryn Manheim in the story of a home for unwed mothers. Sugar Hill and Cracker Jack will also be featured.More news: Forex- U.S. Dollar Rises as Trade Deal Progresses
The trailer gives a glimpse into every one of eight episodes, while Dolly can be heard speaking about her work in voiceover.
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