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  1. 'Smash' Enlists Oscar Winner Jennifer Hudson for Season 2

    4:04 pm 6/22/2012

    The "Dreamgirls" alum is joining NBC's Broadway drama for a multiple-episode arc.Read more

  2. Debra Messing Looks Back at 'Will & Grace,' Forward to 'Smash'

    12:56 pm 6/18/2012

    THR's awards analyst Scott Feinberg interviews Emmy-winning actress Debra Messing about her early influences, her studies at Brandeis University and NYU's Tisch School of the Arts, and her work on the hit NBC television series 'Will & Grace' and 'Smash.'Read more

  3. 'Smash' Adds Tony Nominee Jeremy Jordan for Season 2

    4:10 pm 6/14/2012

    The "Newsies" star will play a sexy Brooklyn-born singer with a self-destructive streak in the second season of NBC's Broadway drama.Read more

  4. Emmys 2012: Danny Huston on Embracing His Inner 'Badass' as Villain of 'Magic City'

    8:57 am 6/13/2012

    Huston, a part of an acting dynasty that dates back a century, says his character on the Starz series reminds him of the villain his father played in "Chinatown."Read more

  5. Emmys 2012: Debra Messing Aims to Turn 'Smash' Into 'Must-See TV' (Video)

    8:53 am 6/13/2012

    America's favorite TV redhead since Ball and Burnett discusses acting influences, 'Will & Grace' and gay marriage, and bringing Broadway to the masses on NBC.Read more

  6. Emmys 2012: On the Set of NBC's 'Smash'

    10:00 am 6/6/2012

    300 background artists. 50 backup dancers. Times Square tourists doubling as extras. Go behind the scenes of NBC's awards contender.Read more

  7. 'Smash' Shakeup: Four Stars Axed From Second Season

    2:05 pm 5/22/2012

    UPDATED: Brian d'Arcy James, Raza Jaffrey, Jaime Cepero and Will Chase will not return to the NBC Broadway drama under new showrunner Josh Safran.Read more

  8. 'Smash' Finale Postmortem: A Marilyn is Crowned Once and for Good

    8:00 pm 5/14/2012

    "At some point in Season 2 Karen is going to have to deal with the fact that with her success comes personal failure," Katharine McPhee tells THR.Read more

  9. Gentlemen Prefer Blondes: Theater Review

    2:44 pm 5/10/2012

    Lorelei Lee lives again in "Smash" star Megan Hilty's inspired comic turn in this 1949 musical, based on Anita Loos' novel about a gold-digging flapper who knows how to work her assets.Read more

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