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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

Andrew Rannells, Megan Hilty, and Neil Patrick Harris during THE 67TH ANNUAL TONY® AWARDS broadcast live from Radio City Music Hall in New York City, Sunday, June 9 (8:00-11:00 PM, live ET/delayed PT) on the CBS Television Network.  Photo: Heather Wines/CBS ©2013 CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved

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

SMASH -- "The Tonys" Episode 217 -- Pictured: Debra Messing as Julia Houston -- (Photo by: Will Hart/NBC)

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

Smash Series Finale: And the Tony Goes to…

Smash Series Finale Recap

Drama, drama and more drama — of the baby-daddy, divorce, drug-crime, possibly gay movie-star, Tony performance mutiny switcheroos and early-prison-release variety, to name a few — went down in the Smash series finale. But as befits a series about the inner workings of a pair of dueling Broadway musicals, most of the real tension centered on the winners, losers and performers at the Tony Awards.

Whether you were #TeamKaren or #TeamIvyLynn, #TeamBombshell or #TeamHitList, #TeamJulia or #TeamDeadGuy, there was …READ MORE

Smash Recap: 'The Only Thing Better Than Winning a Tony Would Be Beating You to Get It'

SMASH -- "The Transfer" Episode 215 -- Pictured: Jeremy Jordan as Jimmy Collins -- (Photo by: Will Hart/NBC)

Warning: By its very nature, the following recap contains spoilers. So if you haven’t seen this week’s Smash, exit stage left and come back to this URL later. Everyone else, read on!

This week on Smash, Jimmy continued lobbying for the “Most Ungrateful Fink on TV” award, Will and Grace Tom and Julia’s friendship hit more turbulence, Derek continued to let “little Derek” do all the thinking in their partnership and Ivy Lynn got smacked with a big reason to reconsider her nude scene in Bombshell. Oh, and a bitchy showdown between …READ MORE

It's Curtains: NBC Officially Cancels Smash


Fade out on a girl: NBC has cancelled its Broadway drama Smash, TVLine has confirmed. READ MORE

Matt's Inside Line: Scoop on Grey's, Scandal, Smash, Five-0, Castle, Falling Skies and More

Grey's Anatomy Scandal Smash Spoilers

What is Grey’s Anatomy‘s big finale secret about? Why is Kerry Washington worried about Scandal fans surviving the hiatus? Will Smash go out on a high note? Does Falling Skies have a killer in its midst? Read on for answers to those questions plus teases from other shows. GET THE INSIDE LINE!

Smash's Andy Mientus Talks Kyle's [Spoiler], Hit List's Rent Parallels and Jimmy's Redemption

Andy Mientus Smash Kyle Dies Dead

Warning: If you haven’t seen this week’s Smash, stop reading now — there are spoilers ahead. Otherwise, proceed without caution!

Tonight’s Smash resolved a cliffhanger that no one — especially not optimistic young playwright Kyle Bishop — saw coming. READ MORE

Ousted Smash Creator Theresa Rebeck Slams Season 2 as a 'Complete Disaster'

Smash Season 2

Smash creator Theresa Rebeck is not a fan of the show’s second season.

Rebeck, who departed NBC’s musical drama at the end of the show’s rookie season, has offered her first critique of Season 2. And it’s far from glowing. READ MORE

Smash Recap: About Last Nightcap…

Smash Recap Season 2 Producers Jeremy Jordan

This week on Smash, the last few holdouts finally realize Jimmy is the WORST, Hit List‘s Broadway prospects dim and Tom & Julia: The Sitcom looks closer to cancellation. Oh, and the episode ends with two shocking developments — one very sexy and one involving somebody getting hit by a car. READ MORE