Articles for Smash Season 4

It‘s official. Smash is dead. Just like Kyle Bishop (Andy Mientus should be happy he got out early). Sure, there are a couple episodes left, but NBC made the move Friday that everyone saw coming. After just two seasons, the Steven Spielberg-backed project that was initially supposed to bring a Marilyn Monroe-inspired musical to the real life Broadway is over. And while the move was shocking to no one, the real question on fans‘ minds is how it ever got to this point?NBC Cancels Smash >>>The first season of Smash was widely criticized for some seemingly unbelievable storylines and obnoxious characters, while a few people got sick of Bombshell and wanted to see another side of Broadway (even though Bombshell was in Boston and hadn‘t yet reached the Great White Way -- and dramatic pause -- would it ever?). So executives ousted creator and executive producer Theresa Rebeck, who was apparently wretched to work with, and brought in Gossip Girl‘s Joshua Safran to be the new showrunner. Or as I call it, mistake number one. Read more »
Some familiar faces are returning to American Horror Story. A Cheers alum will show up on Bones. And which singer from Smash is guest starring on Elementary? Read on for all the latest casting news on these and much more, including Arrow, Nashville, Teen Wolf, and Hart of Dixie. Read more »
Hamilton, Lin-Manuel Miranda‘s hip-hop musical about the Founding Fathers, has made history of its own. The production was nominated for 16 Tony Awards, more than any show ever.Hamilton earned nominations in all 13 musical categories, including two for Lead Actor (Miranda and Leslie Odom, Jr.) plus a trio of nominations for Featured Actor (Daveed Diggs, Christopher Jackson and Jonathan Groff). The previous record-holders were The Producers and Billy Elliot the Musical, both with 15 nominations. Read more »