Smash's Marilyn Monroe Musical Bombshell Headed for Stage Run
Let’s not turn this into a referendum on whether Megan Hilty or Katharine McPhee makes the better Marilyn Monroe, OK?
Oh, who are we kidding? That’s half the fun of the news that Universal Stage Productions has begun development on READ MORE
Smash's Broadway 'Bombshell' Videos: Watch the Marilyns' 'Big Finish,' 'The 20th Century Fox Mambo' and More
Though it remains improbable that the whole shebang will be released on video (due to unions-related this-and-that), portions of the Smash cast’s one-night-only “Bombshell” concert have surfaced, thank Ellis. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEOS
Smash's Broadway 'Bombshell': Watch Sneak Peeks, Flip Through the Playbill
The Broadway concert performance of Smash‘s Marilyn Monroe-themed musical-within-a-show, “Bombshell,” is taking place Monday night at the the Minskoff Theatre. And for the unlucky many unable to score a ticket SEE PHOTOS & WATCH VIDEOS
Smash's Broadway Event Expands! Who's Joining Ellis (!) in Bombshell?
Smash‘s Broadway concert just became a BYOS (Bring Your Own Smoothie) event. READ MORE
Which Smash Stars Will Reunite for the Live Production of Bombshell?
History will be made at night when Smash‘s lead actresses reunite for a live staging of the defunct NBC series’ central musical. READ MORE
Smash Musical Gets One-Night Broadway Bow — Who Will Star In It?
Let me (briefly) be your star!
“Bombshell,” the musical at the heart of Smash Season 1, is heading to Broadway – for one night only. READ MORE
Video: Debra Messing's Philosophical Take on Smash — 'It Had Its Moment'
If you still haven’t recovered from NBC’s cancellation of Smash, take heed: You are not alone. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
TVLine Items: Smash: The Musical, Southland Actress to Shameless, Doctor Who News & More
Smash‘s Hit List is about to be staged in real life. (Take that, Bombshell!)
For one night only, New York’s 54 Below is putting on the scrappy musical introduced in the now-cancelled NBC drama’s second (and final) season. READ MORE
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
Ratings: Smash Ticks Up With Series Finale
It’s all over but the crying.
NBC’s Smash on Sunday night played to a final audience of 2.4 million total viewers while scoring a 0.5 rating — up …READ MORE