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[SPOILER ALERT IF YOU HAVEN'T WATCHED THE SERIES FINALE OF SMASH!!!!]
After two seasons, the curtain has closed on NBC’s ambitious musical Smash. The series climaxed with Marilyn Monroe musical Bombshell winning big at the Tonys, including awards for Ivy (Megan Hilty) and composers Tom (Christian Borle) and Julia (Debra Messing). It also marked the end of an attempt… Continue reading ‘Smash’: Exec Producer Josh Safran on the series finale and what season 3 would have been
“Congratulations! You’re pregnant.”
That bombshell — as it were — ended the next-to-last episode of NBC’s “Smash,” and it sends Broadway star Ivy Lynn into Sunday’s (May 26) two-hour finale with very conflicted emotions. As played by actual Great White Way veteran Megan Hilty, Ivy has become the toast of New York as Marilyn Monroe in the musical “Bombshell,” but the unexpected news from
“Smash” finally returns to NBC on Tuesday, February 5, with its two-hour Season 2 premiere — but you can watch the first episode “On Broadway” right now, right here on Zap2it. Watch the full episode in the player above.
“On Broadway” marks the first episode with former “Gossip Girl” executive producer Josh Safran at the helm. Last week, he told reporters that while he did make a few significant changes to… Continue reading 'Smash' Season 2 Episode 1: Watch 'On Broadway' -- now with more original songs
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NBC’s Smash is getting another American Idol veteran. Actress-singer Jennifer Hudson is joining NBC’s musical drama for a multi-episode arc next season.
Hudson will portray “Veronica Moore,” who’s described as a Tony Award-winning Broadway star who impacts the lives of Karen (fellow Idol vet Katharine McPhee) and Ivy (Megan Hilty). “This series is a showcase for some of the… Continue reading Jennifer Hudson joins NBC’s ‘Smash’
The suits at NBC woke up in a panic this morning, knowing they’d have to find some old Seinfeld-era “We won!” boilerplate to dust off. The network dominated (yes, you read that correctly) Monday night with its tag team of singing competition The Voice and singing drama Smash, winning the 18-49 demo in the 8pm to 10pm time slot on a Monday for the first time since 2008.
Following up on… Continue reading Can Smash and The Voice Save NBC?