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Watch the Season 2 'Smash' Premiere Online and On Demand Now

The Golden Globe nominated Smash is getting an early preview, much like Bombshell had in Boston, only you can watch part one of the premiere from the comfort of your own home. NBC has released the first hour of the Smash premiere "On Broadway" now. The preview is available online, on demand, at; Hulu, iTunes, Amazon and Xbox.  //

'Smash' Season 2 Cast Photos: Meet the New and Returning Performers

Back from a successful run in Boston, Eileen (Anjelica Huston), Julia (Debra Messing) and Tom (Christian Borle) are blindsided by both personal and professional obstacles as they seek to take ?Bombshell? to Broadway. Karen (Katharine McPhee) consults her new mentor, Broadway star Veronica ?Ronnie? Moore (guest star Jennifer Hudson), as she finds herself on the brink of fame, but her success may come at cost to Ivy (Megan Hilty). A new talent (Jeremy Jordan) is discovered in an unexpected place. - From NBC. //

"Smash," "Body of Proof" Returns to Get Dinged by State of the Union on Tuesday, February 12

Both shows return on February 5 and now probably won't air again until February 19. //

Watch: 'Smash's' Jennifer Hudson belts new song 'I Can't Let Go'

Watch Jennifer Hudson as her "Smash" character, Veronica "Ronnie" Moore sings "I Can’t Let Go," //

Smash Season 2: Bigger, Younger, More Musical

When Smash Season 2 premieres on February 5, viewers will see new faces, a new Broadway production and nary a scary around Julia's neck. These were just a few of the changes teased yesterday by new showrunner Josh Safran at the Television Critics Association winter press tour. Attempting to satiate fans from last year, while also bringing in those who quit on the critically-lambasted series, Safran explained to reporters in attendance: //

Smash's Second Season: A Tale of Two Musicals and Less Scarves

Bad news, Smash fans. You may not have seen the last of Broadway's most annoying assistant just yet. "Ellis is still alive," executive producer Neil Meron told reporters with a laugh at NBC's winter TV previews Sunday. "How could we forget Ellis?" Much to the contrary, the much-maligned character is just one... //

'Smash' Season 2 changes: 'Bigger, younger and more music' -- but 'the stuff you love is still there'

'Smash' Season 2 changes: 'Bigger, younger and more music' -- but 'the stuff you love is still there' "Smash" faced the music today (Jan. 6): At the TCA press tour, the cast and producers took to the stage to address television critics' concerns about its first-season nosedive -- and the changes its new showrunner, Josh Safran, has implemented for Season 2. Safran was diplomatic about the freshman flaws -- "interesting" was the closest he came to an actual critique of Season 1, which he called "exciting and thrilling to watch" as an audience member. "Changes wise," insists Safran, "I think it's [still] 'Smash': I don't think it's changed that much. Stuff from last year that you loved is still there, and maybe stuff people thought went off on tangents we've looked at [and] sort of tried to find a way to put back together. "But it still is the same Smash, [but] maybe bigger,... //

Video: New "Smash" Trailer

The show's second season kicks off Tuesday, February 5 with a two-hour premiere. //

Check Out 'Smash' Season 1 On DVD With Ultraviolet Jan. 8

"Smash" is a musical drama that celebrates the beauty and heartbreak of the Broadway theater as it follows a cross-section of dreamers and schemers who all have one common desire - to be a "Smash... //

Smash's Sophomore Season Surprises

Smash executive producers Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman 's high-energy music and lyrics for the show's fictional play Bombshell helped earn the NBC drama a Golden Globe nod for Best Comedy/Musical. For Season 2, premiering February 5, the duo have composed tunes for other faux Broadway shows that will compete with Bombshell for ticket sales as the Marilyn Monroe-themed production nears its premiere. //