Smash [NBC, Mondays, 10/9C] is a risky oddball of a series that was developed for cable before winding up on NBC. The story of the mounting of a Broadway play, Marilyn: The Musical, it is a big budget swing for the fences that knocks it out of the park.
It is extremely refreshing to see a series where a courtroom, a hospital, or a crime scene are nowhere in sight. Networks don’t often take chances on a series without one of those popular and successful staples as its foundation. And let’s also get another thing straight – with the exception of the inclusion of songs and musical numbers, there is simply no comparison between http://v-nep.org/classroom/papers-samples/04/ http://belltower.mtaloy.edu/studies/cheap-book-review-writers-service-au/20/ http://mce.csail.mit.edu/institute/columbia-mfa-creative-writing-funding/21/ cialis from india is it safe abnormal psychology case studies assunzione levitra https://soils.wisc.edu/wp-content/uploads/index.php?apr=give-me-an-example-of-a-thesis-statement write an essay on indian constitution how to get free viagra pills https://thejeffreyfoundation.org/newsletter/write-my-homework-for-me/17/ https://drrobertlaprademd.com/medic/doxycycline-sun/64/ quantitative approach in research blade runner essays follow link https://ramapoforchildren.org/youth/popular-cheap-essay-ghostwriter-site-for-masters/47/ rx pills viagra healthymale public administration essay tartuffe essay legal writing services resume writers toronto what is an informative essay https://worldtop20.org/system/essay-on-courage/30/ live homework help online buy viagra online legit get link http://belltower.mtaloy.edu/studies/roots-american-democracy-essay-5/20/ source site viagra non prescription deal sale outline of research essay https://creativephl.org/pills/viagra-for-sale-10/33/ watch Smash and Glee, the first being a serious drama and the latter a comedy that doesn’t take itself too seriously. The good thing about Glee is that its success helped open the door to other shows interested in including music in its formats.
Smash takes us behind the scenes into the world of Broadway giving us views through the eyes of the struggling artist looking for that one break to fulfill their dreams; the creative team looking for inspiration in developing the next big thing along with its music and dance numbers; and the people who can write the checks to pay for it all. The characters involved through each of these views are interesting and engaging, and the talented cast does an excellent job bringing them to life. The musical numbers are richly produced and give a true sense of a Broadway stage while giving us an often-painful peek behind the curtain. But the thing that will keep viewers interested will be the personal dramas associated with all the characters. Based on the Pilot episode alone, Smash appears to be hitting all the right notes.
In less than three weeks, NBC’s series about putting on a show, Smash, will premiere. To whet your metaphoric whistle, here are some behind the scenes videos – including one of executive producer Steven Spielberg talking about why the show fascinates him and will fascinate you, as well.
More videos follow the jump – including interviews with series regulars Jack Davenport, Anjelica Huston, Debra Messing, Megan Hilty and Katharine McPhee.