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Smash - Season 2In this season, as tension mounts on the road to Broadway, new romances are formed, loyalties are betrayed, and rivalries are reignited. Since Bombshell works to open on Broadway in New York City, the show runs into legal and creative troubles which threaten its future.
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Creators of "Smash - Season 2"Theresa RebeckBirthdate: 19 February 1958, Kenwood, Hamilton, Ohio, USA
Critic Reviews of "Smash - Season 2"NewsdayFebruary 04, 2013
Smash is also a little less "let's put on a show," more "let's figure out a TV narrative." That's the most practical direction, but it also makes it all feel a little more earthbound.TV GuideMay 24, 2013
The music and lavish production numbers were almost always a treat.TV FanaticFebruary 05, 2013
Smash's new direction was well set up in the first two hours.Huffington PostFebruary 05, 2013
It's moderately competent a decent amount of the time, I guess, but this house-trained, reined-in incarnation has left some of the magic behind.New York Magazine/VultureFebruary 05, 2013
The slightly meta flavor is promising, because it mends the frayed bond between the show and its disenchanted viewers by proving that it actually listens to them.New York TimesMay 16, 2013
Its failure wasn't so much that it didn't reflect the real workings of Broadway; it never came close to reflecting any aspect of the real world.Los Angeles TimesFebruary 05, 2013
Even after Safran's cuts, nearly every relationship in the series remains fraught, with new ones just as fraught coming to join them.AV ClubFebruary 05, 2013
Thus far, I have no confidence that this new Smash is going to be any more cohesive or mature than last year's Smash.Entertainment WeeklyFebruary 05, 2013
My pleasure in watching Smash has to do with an admiration for the Harold Hill-like hustle and jive the TV show tries to pull off on its audience.
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