'Smash' ratings smushed!
Did you watch NBC's reboot of Smash last night? If you did, then you saw guest-star Jennifer Hudson's first appearance as Broadway star Veronica "Ronnie" Moore (Hudson appears in 3 out of the first 4 Smash installments).
Touting itself as the most award-winning cast on television, Smash was hoping to lure in new viewers for its second season and hold onto those who rode the.
Nevertheless, while Smash may not yet merit a Cats-like, now-and-forever run, I'm undeniably hooked on its inconsistent charms. So here's hoping initial ratings for the Season 2 premiere give Smash a chance to let all of its
Smash returns for its second season Tuesday with a slew of changes: a new showrunner (Gossip Girl's Josh Safran), a cast shuffle (out: Leo, Ellis, doormat boyfriend Dev; in: a hottie new songwriter and a spunky new roommate played by Broadway's Jeremy
We knew the return of NBC's Smash on Tuesday wasn't going to have nearly as big of an audience as the musical drama's debut last year. The show's first season premiere aired after The Voice and received heavy promotion during the network's telecast of