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The Ensemblist miniseries, SMASH’ED, is all about rewatching and dissecting what is still the Broadway community’s favorite tv show: Smash. Yes, we’re talking about the NBC series that aired from 2012-2013. The show gave a behind-the-scenes look at the creation of an imaginary Broadway musical called Bombshell, from the auditions to its workshop to its journey to the Tony Awards. Go back in time to see how the show has weathered: what it got right and what it got very, very wrong.

Episodes

#206 - Smash'ed (Episode 4)

#206 – Smash’ed (Episode 4)

“The Cost of Art” premiered on February 27, 2012, and was the first episode in the series NOT written and directed by show creator Theresa Rebeck and Michael Mayer. The episode was written by David Marshall Grant, and directed by Michael Morris. At premiere, the episode was viewed ...
The Ensemblist host Mo Brady Episode 204 - Smash'ed (Episode 3)

#204 – Smash’ed (Episode 3)

“Enter Mr. DiMaggio” premiered on February 20, 2012. It was written by Theresa Rebeck, and directed by Michael Mayer ...
Mo Brady Hosts The Ensemblist Ep 202

#202 – Smash’ed (Episode 2)

Episode 2 is titled, “The Callback,” and it premiered on February 13th, 2012. It was written by Theresa Rebeck, and directed by Michael Mayer, both of whom also wrote and directed the pilot ...
Mo Brady Hosts The Ensemblist Ep 200

#200 – Smash’ed (Episode 1)

The first episode of Smash is aptly named, “Pilot.” The episode premiered on February 6th, 2012. It was written by the show’s creator Theresa Rebeck, and directed by Michael Mayer. The pilot premiered to an audience of 11.44 million people! This episode featured seven songs, three of which ...
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