Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Smash nbc

  • NEW YORK -- As TV series go, Smash does a smashing job of abstaining from the usual: no courtrooms, no operating rooms, no interrogation rooms.
  • (Toledo Blade)
  • Smash: Dramatic series. 10 p.m. Mon. on NBC.
  • (San Francisco Gate)
  • The kind of pal that gets you two great gigs. In the new NBC series "Smash," launching on Feb. 6, Hilty plays veteran chorus girl Ivy, who's vying for the lead role in a musical about Monroe's life.
  • (New York Daily News)
  • Like an actor on opening night, Bob Greenblatt must be feeling nervous about this Broadway turn. NBC's entertainment chief has more riding on "Smash" — his heavily hyped backstage musical drama — than just his reputation.
  • (New York Post)
  • Set behind the curtain of a Broadway musical, the NBC drama Smash might have done very well on the network about 15 years ago.
  • (MediaPost)
  • The network will generate $250 million to $300 million in ad revenue for this year's Super Bowl, Miller said -- a record according to Seth Winter, senior vice president of sales and marketing at NBC Sports.
  • (Businessweek)
  • Decades before his elaborate film productions like E.T.
  • (Seattle Times)
  • When Robert Greenblatt was 7 years old and his mother was watching soap operas, Robert would saddle up to the piano in their Rockford home and start playing the shows' theme songs by ear.
  • (Rockford Register-Star)
  • "Smash" will premiere Feb. 6 on NBC. The Wall Street Journal: While there are character arcs, "Smash" is really about the process of making a musical come to life.
  • (Wall Street Journal)
  • Dont let the one-word name fool you, NBCs newest gem Smash is nothing like its rivaling Fox showtune success-predecessor Glee.
  • (Examiner)

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