On the last Tuesday episode of the season, tonight’s Smash featured both Karen and Ivy’s parents intervening in their lives, while Jimmy’s past caught up with him in 2×09, “The Parents.”
Broadway royalty continues to make its way on Smash. This week, it’s Liza Minnelli’s turn. Below, watch a sneak peek at her cameo in the musical drama.
Bernadette Peters makes a splash as Ivy Lynn’s mom in Smash 2×09 “The Parents.” Find out how Ivy reacts to her mother’s casting in Bombshell, and check out a couple previews from Hit List below.
Leslie Odom Jr. (Sam) returned to Smash, while Rent‘s Daphne Rubin-Vega made her debut in 2×08 “The Bells and Whistles” tonight. Share your thoughts on the episode and get a peek ahead at next week right here!
The chances of NBC’s Smash being renewed for a third season were nearly annihilated after today’s announcement that star Debra Messing will be the lead in a new CBS comedy this fall.
Bernadette Peters and Leslie Odom Jr. (Sam) return to Smash in the next two episodes. Check out stills from 2×08 “The Bells and Whistles” and 2×09 “The Parents” below!
Jesse L. Martin and Grace Gummer guest starred in Smash 2×07 “Musical Chairs” tonight, as the shows within a show pushed onward toward the Great White Way. Share your thoughts on the episode and get a peek ahead at next week’s installment right here!
Smash showrunner Josh Safran is as surprised with the show’s banishment to Saturdays as fans, but he assures viewers that the remaining season will only get better.
The peacock network made a couple surprise changes to their schedule today. Most interesting is that new episodes of Smash will now air on Saturdays.
Eileen revealed her Bombshell decision and Hit List premiered at The Winter Fringe Festival on Smash 2×06 “The Fringe” tonight. Share your thoughts on the episode and get a look ahead at next week right here!
Grace Gummer, Eileen Rand’s (Anjelica Huston) daughter, returns to help her mother work out her problems in Smash 2×07 “Musical Chairs.” Check out new stills from the upcoming episode below.
It’s a wrap on Smash season 2 filming. With low ratings and an uncertain future for the show, the cast of the NBC musical drama took to Twitter to document their last, bittersweet days on set.
Glee‘s Jonathan Groff and Smash‘s Jeremy Jordan returned to their Broadway roots Monday for a duet of “Let Me Be Your Star,” channeling Marilyn Monroe and her blonde hair.
We won’t know what version of Bombshell Eileen picked for Broadway until Tuesday, but NBC is giving fans a preview of what they can expect in Smash 2×06 “The Fringe.”