Video: Tony Awards' Cancelled TV Show Number Brings Out Stars of Smash, New Normal, Go On

Several cancelled series enjoyed some time in the Tony spotlight Sunday night — to uproarious effect.

Newly-unemployed Broadway vets Megan Hilty and Andrew Rannells — whose respective small screen breaks, Smash and The New Normal, were axed last month by NBC — joined host Neil Patrick Harris on stage to literally sing …READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO

Reader Wish List: 30 Actors From Cancelled Series You Want Back on TV Now!

Cancellation makes the heart grow fonder — at least that was the take-home message from the comments section of TVLine’s gallery titled “30 Actors from Recently Cancelled Series We Want Back on TV Now.”

Indeed, while you concurred that the future is bleak without the likes of Jasika Nicole, Sela Ward and Megan Hilty on your screens, you also weren’t shy about …READ MORE & VIEW PHOTOS

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Exclusive Go On Video: Ryan's Stages of Grief Include Denial, Anger and... Breakfast Foods?!

This Thursday’s Go On season finale (NBC, 9:30/8:30c) finds Ryan (still) struggling to move on after his wife’s death — so much so that he’s enlisted the help of a certain breakfast staple to avoid a very important part of the grieving process. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO

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Exclusive Go On Sneak Peek: Ryan and Lauren Dish Out Priceless (and Useless) Break-Up Advice

Next week’s Go On (which airs in its plum new post-Office timeslot on Thursday at 9:30/8:30c) finds Ryan and Lauren desperate to get out of their equally uncomfortable romantic entanglements — and we’ve got your exclusive first look at their disastrous plan to accomplish their parallel missions. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO

Ratings: Voice Predictably Lifts NBC Sitcoms and Smash, Sinks Splash; Body of Proof Tops 10pm

The Voice on Tuesday night did what it was supposed to do — give a boost to NBC’s struggling freshman sitcoms, which in turn helped hoist Smash to best-since-premiere numbers.

With 12 million total viewers and a 3.9 rating, The Voice was down 12 and 19 percent from Monday’s opener yet easily dominated Tuesday …READ MORE