Smash Finale Scheduled for May 26

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NBC has shifted Smash once again.

But just for one week this time around.

The network announced today that the series will bid farewell with a two-hour episode on Sunday, May 26, getting a reprieve from its new Saturday night time slot for what it certain to be a series finale.

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The concluding episode will be titled "The Tonys" and will feature both a pregnancy and an arrest, according to an earlier interview between TV Line and showrunner Josh Safran.

Smash Season 2 premiered on Tuesday, February 5 and quickly fell of a ratings cliff. It only garnered 4.5 million viewers for that episode and was moved to Saturdays on April 6.

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I guess the operators of this site don't care too much about Smash. We never got the last review of the finale. I thought it was great! Except for one HUGE, GLARING FLAW. Rosie O'Donnell There are some people that I wish would just fade away she's one of them and also Kim Kardashian I hope her fame fades quickly as well and also that turd Justin Beeeeber.


I hate to see SMASH go. I love the music and dancing. The actors and talent generally, are great. Keep Smash going!!!! It has wonderful potential!!!


Apparently, once a show is informally cancelled/moved to a Saturday time slot, it's no longer worth reviewing, eh?


Smash is a GREAT show. Actually has a good plot, great music, and terrific choreography. Please save this show! We DO NOT need another reality show (seems like that is all there is now); we need a show with a little class and a lot of culture!!


Well it is another show that I think is well written, has a good cast, great singing and music and that little bit of back stabbing drama that's gonna bite the dust. How do shows that are nothing more than mere drivel such as America's Next Top stay on season after season and a pretty decent show like this get cancelled so quickly? The low common denominator of the viewing public I guess.