While it may seem that NBC giving “Smash” an early second season renewal, which the network announced in a press release earlier this afternoon, may seem like a surprise, it… More
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Tonight, Bernadette Peters makes her “Smash” debut as Ivy Lynn’s (Megan Hilty) spotlight-hogging mother, Leigh Conroy. Demonstrating certified Grade A narcissistic behavior, Leigh’s appearance at the “Marilyn” workshop offers more than a few telling insights into the origins of Ivy’s deep-seated insecurities.
We’re sorry, but this content is not available to your web browser. Ever since Ivy Lynn (Megan Hilty) landed the lead role in Marilyn, the cracks in her veneer have… More
With “The Voice” and “Smash” both experiencing double-digit ratings increases on Monday night, NBC took a decisive overall win on an evening that saw CBS’ formidable Monday night lineup in repeats.
Judging by the number of albums she’s sold and all the Grammys she’s won, there’s more than a few of us out there who love listening to Adele. Of course,… More
Attention, young people milling about outside the Al Hirschfeld Theatre: Nick Jonas will not be popping out to shake your hand after matinees of “How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying.”
Nick Jonas makes his “Smash” debut on Monday night as Lyle West, an overconfident former child star with a killer set of pipes. In the preview above, we’re introduced to Lyle at his birthday party as he serenades the crowd with a performance of Michael Buble’s “Haven’t Met You Yet.”
When it comes to the musical performances on “Smash,” Jack Davenport says leave the singing to the trained professionals. The former “Swingtown” star, who plays Marilyn director Derek Wills, vows he’ll never expose his self-described less-than-stellar pipes.
NBC’s “The Voice” powered the network to a Monday night win for the second straight week over a slate of CBS sitcoms that routinely dominated the night in the fall, according to preliminary numbers.
Most of the action on last night’s episode of “Smash” revolved around the callbacks for the pivotal part of Marilyn Monroe in the musical-within-the-show that is the centerpiece of the series. Megan Hilty talks to us about why Ivy got the nod and the romance between Ivy and Derek (Jack Davenport).