'How I Met Your Mother' may or may not have introduced a major curveball into its narrative with this past week's episode "Vesuvius," but its sequel spinoff series 'How I Met Your Dad' is just getting warmed up. Third to join the regular cast alongside indie darling Greta Gerwig and newcomer Drew Tarver is former 'Smash' star Krysta Rodriguez, but which of the new gang's roles will she take?
As controversial as NBC's 'Smash' may have been, many were sad to see the series close out its two year run in recent weeks, even as ousted creator Theresa Beck continued to blast the series. Thankfully, all is not lost as breakout star Megan Hilty will be right back on NBC this fall joining 'Smash' guest star Sean Hayes in new sitcom 'Sean Saves the World.'
And lo, the final curtain has fallen on NBC's 'Smash,' which aired its season 2 (and ultimately series) finale this past Sunday night while much of the world busied itself reveling in 'Arrested Development' marathons. Inside, series showrunner Josh Safran lays out what would have been the plan for 'Smash' season 3, responds to ousted producer Theresa Rebeck's comments, and teases DVD extras and deleted scenes for fans!
And the house cleaning continues at NBC! Just hours after announcing the cancellation of 'Go On' and a number of NBC series, along with a surprising renewal for 'Community' NBC has officially bid adieu to struggling musical drama 'Smash,' as well as Ryan Murphy's freshman dramedy 'The New Normal.' Find out what else is kaput at NBC inside!
Even the most casual of 'Smash' viewers knows that what started as a promising Broadway musical drama quickly devolved into the target of critical angst, leading to a complete creative shakeup in season 2 and the replacement of show-runner Theresa Rebeck with 'Gossip Girl' helmer Josh Safran. Now, as the series lies on the verge of cancellation, Rebeck had some rather harsh words for the direction 'Smash' has taken in season 2, and her own involvement in the debacle.
No one was exactly surprised when NBC's controversial Broadway drama 'Smash' made the leap to Saturday nights, effectively shelving the series as its second season continued to tank in the ratings. Now, however, it seems NBC has granted the upcoming 'Smash' season 2 finale a spotlight on Sunday night, but will it prove to be the series finale after all?
It was of very little surprise that 'Smash' season 2, for all its creative changes and efforts to address criticisms of the first season, was recently relegated to NBC Saturdays, presumably to air its final episodes and accept a quiet cancellation. Much of NBC's midseason lineup has continued to flounder, but what do the 'Smash' producers themselves have to say of the change? Will the upcoming finale prove to be the series-ender after all?
Despite its surprise nomination for the 2013 Golden Globes last night, 'Smash' didn't manage to take home the gold for Best TV Series, Comedy or Musical. Regardless of any awards, the hotly anticipated second season of NBC's musical drama is set to make its two-hour second season debut on February 5, but why wait that long? Would you like to see the 'Smash' season 2 premiere right now?
While NBC is preparing for the February 5 premiere of 'Smash' season 2, which, by the way, you can watch early online, season 1 of the Broadway-singing series hit DVD and Blu-ray on Jan. 8. To get you into the musical spirit, we're giving away five DVD copies of the first season! Click ahead to find out how to enter the contest.
NBC's buzzy musical drama 'Smash' will have quite a few critics to face in its second season, after a first season eagerly anticipated by viewers became quickly marred by absurd plot twists, and a number of poorly-received characters. Now, with the series having undergone something of a renaissance with a modified cast and a slew of celebrity guest stars, the network has released a super-sized trailer in advance of the February 5 debut, so how would you like a first look? Are you ready to get 'Smash'ed again?