And at 10 pm — when NBC had been averaging fewer than 4 million viewers this season — the second episode of the network's highly hyped “Smash” averaged 8 million. Together, the two shows have handed NBC two consecutive Monday prime-time wins among
Nielsen, we have a problem. Broadcast executives are scratching their heads this morning over inexplicable across-the-board ratings declines last night on.
It's only week 2 of "Smash" and they up and cast Marilyn. And you thought the McPhee-Hilty claw-down was going to last another thirteen episodes.
By Winchester, February 14th, 2012 As a sometime player in the Broadway follies, I was most excited to finally see NBC's “Smash” debut last week, after a more-than-relentless series of promotional ploys. I mean, I saw promos, adverts and hype,
The NBC musical "Smash," ABC's "Paranormal Activity" meets "Lost" show "The River" and AMC's "Comic Book Men." I'm not really a fan of musicals and I'm not a huge comic book guy. I do love a good horror story, so I was most excited about "The River.