20/20 interviews Dharun Ravi this week.
The good news is that Smash has been renewed for a second, longer season of 15 episodes. However, the show may be different when it returns as creator and showrunner Theresa Rebeck is leaving the series. While I find Smash watchable, it has a lot of creative issues, so I'm feeling hopeful for the upcoming season.
NBC's Hannibal has found a man to play the series' FBI profiler and I think plenty of you will be happy with the decision, as the cannibal will be chased by Hugh Dancy.
NBC’s ‘Smash’ Renewed For Second Season EXCLUSIVE: Smash, which was just renewed for a second season, will return next fall without its creator/executive producer/showrunner Theresa Rebeck. I’ve learned that Rebeck is exiting the mu... Read Post
Smash creator and former showrunner Theresa Rebeck has broken her silence about her departure from the NBC drama. In an Read Post
Post by Adriana VelezSmash is back! And things are different -- from the inside. The creator and head writer for the television show, Theresa Rebeck, has been replaced with Gossip Girl's Josh Safran. This could be a good thing. Afte... Read Post