I really liked he first season, with a really good story line around Marilyn Monroe, the songs are good too, and the actors are good, and really can sing.
In the era of The Voice and Glee, executive producers Steven Spielberg and Craig Zadan & Neil Meron, and songwriters Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman, bring you the blood, sweat, and tears of... More
In the era of The Voice and Glee, executive producers Steven Spielberg and Craig Zadan & Neil Meron, and songwriters Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman, bring you the blood, sweat, and tears of the making of a Broadway musical.
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If you like Glee and Nashville you will probably enjoy this show too.
It features great actors and great music, but it also gives you a small glimpse into the broadway/theatre/music business (and drama ;) ). I really enjoyed the show and I am so sad that it is concluded after only two seasons.
I loved it, because it's about music and is one of the rarest TV shows which shows you a bit of how the process in music business goes around. Not only from the singers perspective, but also from composers and lyricists ...
I also loved the characters, the singers and the music.
If you're a musical fan, you'll love it!
Great show lots of catchy songs lots of drama and a great cast just one problem two seasons weren't enough!
I liked the first season, it was full of drama, great music and informative on the subject of Marilyn Monroe, but I absolutely LOVED season two! (No spoiler alerts though) - You'll simply have to watch it to see why :p
The first season was AMAMAMAMAMAMAAAAAZING!!!! I still can get over the 20th Century Fox Mambo....
Tv-series can bring out so many feelings. Music is known to bring out more. Smash is a combination of the two and has therefore settled down near my heart. I saw Smash about a year ago, and I still feel so much just by listening to the soundtracks.
I absolutely loved the show!
It's a glee for adults. The singing is great. They give new twists to songs we already know and also provide new ones that I played and sung for days. The story shows the hard side of broadway and someone trying to make it there. The highs and the lows.
Not the "smash" hit it wanted to become, Smash was a prototype version that Nashville emerged from. Following the show business of Broadway, Smash's writing was always a little odd and frustrating to follow, but the songs within the show were incredibly well done and memorable. The several cameos from some of Broadway's stars were entertaining and a nice addition to the show.