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In the drama series Smash, a songwriting duo sets out to make a Broadway musical about Marilyn Monroe. Getting the show on stage isn't easy. It's made even more difficult by all the behind-the-scenes drama. Debra Messing, Jack Davenport, and Katharine McPhee star. Smash is a Music series that is currently running and has 2 seasons (32 episodes). The series first aired on February 6, 2012. It has mostly positive reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 7.7.

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2 Seasons, 32 Episodes
February 6, 2012
Cast: Debra Messing
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Smash Full Episode Guide

  • Both shows await the Tony nominations, while trying to stay focused. As Tom crosses an influential Tony voter and Ivy copes with some very distracting news, Derek's past has consequences for the entire "Hit List" team.

  • An unexpected event connects "Bombshell" and "Hit List."

  • Jimmy could ruin "Hit List's" future. Meanwhile, Tom and Julia's partnership reaches it's breaking point as Ivy, Eileen, and the entire "Bombshell" team attempt to outshine the competition.

  • It's opening night and Ivy's nerves are calmed by an unlikely source. Meanwhile, Tom and Julia look to their next project. Jimmy finally opens up to Karen about his past, but is it too little too late?

  • As Tom and Julia work hard to get "Bombshell" ready for previews, Tom's willingness to prove himself may be detrimental.

  • Tom plans a surprise for Ivy in an attempt to navigate through their work life and their friendship. Relations between Karen, Jimmy, and Derek explode just as "Hit List's" rehearsal process nears its close.

  • After Leigh Conroy joins the cast of "Bombshell," Tom struggles to keep the peace between her and Ivy. Jimmy and Karen's connection is put to the test. Derek learns more about Jimmy's past just as the public sees their first piece of "Hit List."

  • When Ivy brings Sam, back to town, Tom finds himself in an uncomfortable situation. Jimmy and Derek disagree over the direction of "Hit List," while both Ana and Karen struggle to stand up for themselves.

  • New circumstances create obstacles for Karen, Tom, Julia and Derek as they adjust to their new surroundings. Meanwhile, Eileen may be able to save "Bombshell" with the help of her daughter, Katie.

  • Derek and Karen find themselves at a fork in the road and are faced with a dilemma. Jerry's troubled partnership with Eileen hits a snag, as does "Hit List's" first performance at the Fringe Festival.

  • The focus is on Julia's revamped book, Hit List has its first read-through and Ivy is introduced to her new co-star. Sean Hayes guest stars.

  • Derek recruits help for a special event. Jimmy's pride may prevent him from a huge opportunity Karen has planned for him and Kyle. Peter challenges Julia's pride as they continue to work together.

  • Loyalties are tested when Eileen asks Tom and Julia to contend with an unwelcome new collaborator. Jimmy and Kyle anticipate their presentation.

  • Karen is mentored by a Broadway star and happens upon a new artist in an unexpected place. Julia and her husband are faced with a trial.

  • The second season opens with "Bombshell" making it's way back to New York in an effort to find a theater on Broadway, but personal and professional obstacles may prevent that from ever happening.

  • The Big Night has finally arrived and Tom and Julia work desperately to save the show. Meanwhile, Derek makes a decision that will effect Ivy and Karen's lives.

  • Tom and Julia try to repair the show when the first preview ends early.

  • Karen must face a difficult decision; Derek is infatuated with Rebecca and does his best to calm her nerve; Eileen and Julia face off; "Bombshell" moves to Boston.

  • Karen falls in love with the glamorous life of Rebecca Duvall.

  • The arrival of movie star, Rebecca Duvall, could save or destroy the show. Meanwhile, things heat up between Sam and Tom.

  • The show has landed a star, the fickle Rebecca Duvall, but Eileen becomes frantic when Rebecca gets stuck in Cuba. Derek puts Karen in as understudy, but she must endure the pressure as he threatens to break her will.

  • Karen and Ivy compete for an orange juice commercial.

  • The team deals with the aftermath of the workshop. Ivy is clueless about her fate, while Derek recruits Karen to help him steal the musical from Tom and Julia. Eileen must face up to her ex-husband, Jerry, when their daughter Katie pays a surprise visit from India.

  • The team meet with investors for the play "Marilyn The Musical."

  • Ivy is faced with big problems when she starts to lose her voice; Julie struggles to avoid Michael; Karen accepts a side job at a Bar Mitzvah.

  • Karen displays great acting skills accompanying Dev to a high society government party. Michael and Julia's drama only gets worse and Eileen and Tom's assistant, Ellis, become allies. Ivy feels something is off with her and Derek's relationship.

  • Karen must learn the art of moving up in the high-stakes world of Broadway as Derek hosts a party for hot young star Lyle. Eileen tries a sly new strategy for raising funds, while Tom goes on a first date. Nick Jonas stars as Lyle.

  • The search is on for a Joe DiMaggio to play alongside Marilyn. But cast favorite Michael has a secret.

  • Ivy and Karen go out of their way to get a role from directer Derek Wills.

  • The hit-making Broadway writing team of Julia Houston and Tom Levitt collaborate with producer Eileen Rand to create a new musical based on the life of Marilyn Monroe. Seasoned chorus girl Ivy Lynn competes with newcomer Karen Cartwright for the dream role.

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'Smash' Adds a New Face!

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'Smash' Says Goodbye to Ellis And Dev

Have you spent all season watching slimy Ellis on NBC's "Smash" while throwing things at the screen? Well tell your TV there's some good news, because the abuse will stop soon. NBC revealed to Entertainment Weekly that two characters will be exiting stage right when the Broadway musical set drama premieres in season two.

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