“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.
We can’t wait for SMASH to return in February. I mean, what is better than a show full of American Idol alums? Well, I mean I tell you I love me some JHudson. All the other girls, watch out. She’s coming to take over.