Put a scarf on it: The show's dead.
Will Smash be better this season? Not sure, but we'll say this — it's certainly more professional.
Fade in on a girl...
It now seems to be as much a show about Smash as a show about Bombshell.
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"No one from last year is gone," says new showrunner Josh Safran.
He's a huge Ellis fan.
Clutch your scarves! It's really happening!
Don't shoot the messenger.
Ah, The Newsroom.
"Is power itself bigger than storytelling?"
What new information did we glean from this four minutes and seven seconds of televised Broadway glory?
She'll guest-star as herself this spring.
Season two is looking better and better.
Is anyone not on Smash? Does that cover everyone?
Oh hell yes.
Sheryl Lee Ralph joins the show.
It's a mini Will & Grace reunion.
Uh, is this second season actually starting to sound good?
So long, Dev!
Get ready for more songs.
New showrunner Joshua Safran knows where his priorities are.
She'll shoot several second-season episodes.
As a love interest for Katharine McPhee?