Good news, most likely.
In which Debra Messing has a saucy scene and Anjelica Huston plays Big Buck Hunter.
Lyle West is back on May 14.
Monday's ratings don't prove that Smash is becoming a word-of-mouth sensation, but they do make a season two look promising.
"Don't get ahead of yourself."
It's been four weeks, so we can declare that it's found its level.
Katharine McPhee needs to sing a show tune already.
This guy and Broadway — he just can't stay away!
Learn TV’s Extended Family Trees, Courtesy of Omnipresent Parents Stephen Collins, Blythe Danner, and More
Bunny from Sex and the City is the missing mom link between Sex and the City, Cheers, and Parenthood.
Including that Bruno Mars thing at La MaMa.
It's Joe DiMaggio. And sex.
Adele she ain't, but, still, fun!
The Voice remains very potent, however.
"To make the big boys hire me / Please make that rhythm fiery."
Ivy or Karen?
Are you in the for the long haul?
Called “20th Century Fox Mambo.”
How would the three songs from the untitled Marilyn musical actually hold up onstage?
It did fine, while The Voice was huge.
Smash’s ‘Napoleonic Little Nazi’ Michael Riedel on Getting Name-Checked in the Premiere and His Upcoming Cameo
"To be perfectly arrogant about it, I don’t think you can do a TV show about the Broadway world without including a powerful and notorious Broadway gossip columnist."
“You could do a baseball number."
Can Mariska Hargitay dance, or can Mariska Hargitay dance?
The musical numbers on NBC's Broadway drama Smash are dazzling — and way too short.
Including: The Voice, Smash, 30 Rock.
We analyze what will happen to the fading network if the heavily hyped show is a hit, a bomb, or just meh.