Why did smash get Cancelled?

Why did smash get Cancelled?

NBC has cancelled the show soon after poor ratings relegated it to the dreaded Saturday night slot. The hour-long network drama about the behind-the-scenes of Broadway had a promising start with a stellar pilot and solid audience numbers during its first season. What went wrong?

Is smash ever coming back?

Hey, remember Smash? The Katharine McPhee–led NBC musical series—which was created by TV writer and playwright Theresa Rebeck and debuted in 2012—is officially getting a revival, on no smaller a stage than Broadway itself. Steven Spielberg is one of the show’s lead producers, noted the Hollywood Reporter.

Is the smash series over?

Anyhow, we don’t get to see Best Director presented — but we do watch Rosie O’Donnell announce proudly that Bombshell has managed to wrest Best Musical from Hit List’s edgy, iPad-encrusted grasp. It had to end this way, as this ended up being the series finale.

What happened to smash the show?

NBC canceled the series after just two seasons. The curtains didn’t close completely, though. Spielberg, “Smash” executive producer Neil Meron and former NBC Entertainment chair Robert Greenblatt announced in a press release Thursday that they are developing a musical adaptation of the TV series for the Broadway stage.

Is there a season 3 of Smash?

Smash canceled, no season three.

Does Karen win a Tony in Smash?

* Oh, and while Hit List got beat for Best Musical, Karen, Ana, Sam and Jimmy scored a victory when Derek tricked Daisy into missing her solo number during the Tonys telecast — and the quartet (backed by the entire Hit List chorus) performed a stellar “Broadway Here I Come” accompanied only by their own hand claps and …

Is Ultimate Sakurai’s last game?

Ultimate is to be the last Smash game, no one would complain. It’s the franchise’s final form, and as the best-selling fighting game of all time, it could keep selling millions of copies for years to come.

Is there second season for Smash?

The second and final season of the American musical drama television series Smash premiered on February 5, 2013, on NBC and consisted of 17 episodes.

How many seasons did Smash run?

Smash (TV series)

No. of seasons 2
No. of episodes 32 (list of episodes)
Executive producers Craig Zadan Neil Meron Darryl Frank Justin Falvey Marc Shaiman Scott Wittman Steven Spielberg Theresa Rebeck David Marshall Grant Joshua Safran

What happens to Ellis on Smash?

The little tool salvages his job by slobbering over his boss’s early work and supplying him with croissants. But by episode eight, Ellis unceremoniously quits to go work for someone more powerful: the musical’s producer, Eileen (Anjelica Huston).