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Smash Failed, But a Broadway TV Show Could Succeed

Sunday night marked the ignoble finale of Smash , and truth be told I am a little sad. I can't remember the last show I wanted to love as much as I wanted to love Smash . Perhaps sensing my desperation, the show was 80 percent terrible, and I have had to learn to live with disappointment in this and other areas. But despite the show's weaknesses, I remain a true believer: A show about Broadway could work. And boy, what wouldn't I give to watch it. Read More... //www.vulture.com/2013/05/smash-broadway-tv-show-could-succeed.html

Oops! 'Smash' Finale Misspells Anjelica Huston's Name in Opening Credits

Poor "Smash" can't seem to get anything right. This time, it was the spelling of one of its star's names in the opening credits of the show's last-ever episode. Read More... //www.thewrap.com/movies/tv/article/oops-smash-finale-misspells-anjelica-hustons-name-opening-credits-94031

Behind The End Of 'Smash'

After two seasons, the curtain has closed on NBC's ambitious musical "Smash," marking the end of an attempt to reboot the series under new executive producer Joshua Safran ("Gossip Girl"), who replaced series creator Theresa Rebeck. EW talked to Safran about the surprising finale, what season 3 would have looked like, and Rebeck's criticism of his "Smash." Read More... //feeds.huffingtonpost.com/~r/HP/Entertainment/~3/dpfvIr3S74E/smash-season-3-josh-safran_n_3343528.html

Smash Ends! Here's What Would've Happened on Season 3

*Smash series finale spoilers ahead!* Smash has been smushed. Season 2 just ended with the Marilyn Monroe musical winning Tony awards for Ivy (Megan Hilty), Tom (Christian Borle) and Julia (Debra Messing). Entertainment Weekly talked to executive producer Joshua Safran about what he would’ve done for Season 3. For example, at the end of Season 2, an agent comes over to Karen (Katharine McPhee)and says, “I know you didn’t win tonight, but I want to tell you I think you’re incredible and I don... //feeds.wetpaint.com/~r/wetpaint/latest/excerpt/~3/5-kbKl_rToc/2013-05-27-smash-ends-heres-what-wouldve

So Long, 'Smash'

The "Smash" series finale ended with a big musical number. The troubled NBC musical drama ended its run on TV with a musical number performed by Katharine McPhee and Megan Hilty. The song, "Big Finish," was written by Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman and Hilty said she was pleased with it and the series finale . Read More... //feeds.huffingtonpost.com/~r/HP/Entertainment/~3/G8rexeG55Sc/smash-series-finale-nbc_n_3342001.html

Smash Series Finale 2013 “The Nominations; The Tonys”

Smash season 2 Episode 16 & 17 "The Nominations; The Tonys" airs Sunday May 26 on NBC (9-11:00 p.m. ET). Episode Synopsis: Smash Season 2 Episode 16 & 17 "The Nominations; The Tonys" – It’s a crucial moment for both shows as Tony nominations loom, but keeping your eye on the prize can be hard. As Tom (Christian Borle) crosses an influential Tony voter and Ivy (Megan Hilty) copes with some very distracting news, Derek’s (Jack Davenport) past has repercussions for the entire "Hit List" team. On Tony night, the awards might not provide the answers everyone is looking for. As Jimmy (Jeremy Jordan) faces a final reckoning, Tom, Julia (Debra Messing), Derek (Jack Davenport), Karen (Katharine McPhee), Ivy, and most of all, Eileen (Anjelica Huston) wait to see if the ceremony will confirm their place in the Broadway pantheon once and for all. Rosie O’Donnell, Cheyenne Jackson, Ron Rifkin, and Bernadette Peters guest star. READ MORE...