I am going to have to make a trip to New York – because ‘HIT LIST’ – you know, the fake show from SMASH is coming to the stage. And it stars Jeremy Jordan! Yes, Jeremy Jordan!
The musical series Smash: the show’s fictional musical Hit List will be getting a run at New York City’s Studio 54 starring Jeremy Jordan and Krysta Rodriguez!
The world premiere of the show will debut in a concert performance on Monday (December 9).
A news release of Hit List described the show as “a modern fable about identity and the price of fame” that “tells the tragic love story of a wannabe pop singer who transforms herself to become a star and the hidden songwriter she uses to get there – but at what cost?,” according to the New York Times.
I will just say it. If I was in New York and I saw Jeremy Jordan dancing in the streets, I would try to join. Here’s some pictures of him filming for ‘The Last Five Years’. It is a musical you guys, so no shock, he’s dancing in the streets.
We can’t wait for The Last Five Years. Not only cause of the director, but because of the cast. But we have to say Anna Kendrick, it’s in total bad form to text at your wedding – even if it is your imaginary one.
Truth be told, I really loved SMASH. I have the entire 2 seasons taking up room onmy DVR and will not erase them. Where as everyone may not have been the biggest fan of Season 2, I loved it.
Katharine McPhee isn’t letting the cancellation stop her. She’s got a role in a new thriller.
McPhee is attached to Paul Tamasy’s new thriller, Depravity, which was scribed by Dennis Lehane.
Depravity centers on “a group of roommates accidentally kill an innocent man they thought was a thrill killer.”
“Sure, I wish that it could have five more seasons, but we had two great seasons and all I can say is I loved every moment of it,” said McPhee, whose costars included Debra Messing, Anjelica Huston, and Megan Hilty. “I loved getting to the set, I loved the people, I loved my crew. We did amazing things on the show in two years.”
Season Two Finale of SMASH has it’s air date. I can’t be the only one hoping for a Season 3. Say what you will about SMASH, but I don’t even like musicals and I can’t get enough of this one. I know that it’s the end, but that makes me sad, because I love this show.
NBC‘s Smash is getting a slot upgrade for its finale. The network has announced that the musical drama — which was banished to Saturdays after several very low-rated airings on Tuesday — will get a send-off on a Sunday. Smash will end its second season with a two-hour finale May 26, the first Sunday after the end of the season, airing from 9-11 PM. That will serve as a series finale as there is no possibility for Smash to come back next season.