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Mar 21

Are the Lights Going Out on SMASH?

This past week it was announced that starting on April sixth, Smash will be aired on Saturday nights at nine o’clock due to a decline in viewers since the season two premiere this past February. Due to this decline in viewership, it isn’t looking too bright for a third season of Smash. Many are blaming weak plots and poorly developed characters, however producers are hoping that the schedule change can recoup Smash’s ratings and get their viewers back. Since season one, Smash has been struggling to keep it’s ratings on top, but their loyal fans are hoping that this isn’t the end for Bombshell and Hit List. Perhaps the world wasn’t quite ready for a theater centered show, or maybe the show is becoming lackluster and a bit predictable. No matter what the verdict is, the show is continuing to deliver elaborate musical numbers and showcasing some of Broadway fans favorite stars.  If you want Smash to keep running to be able to see more of Jeremy Jordan, Christian Borle, Megan Hilty, and other of Broadway’s finest star on your television screens, then be sure to tune into Smash every week Tuesdays at ten! To catch up with last weeks episode, be sure to check out Smash online at http://www.nbc.com/smash/

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