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NBC’S CRITICALLY ACCLAIMED MUSICAL DRAMA ‘SMASH’ AVAILABLE TODAY ON ITUNES

Entertainment 23 Apr 2012   »   by TheWhatItDo
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UNIVERSAL CITY, Calif. – April 23, 2012 – Select songs from tonight’s new episode of NBC‘s musical drama series “Smash” (Mondays, 10-11 p.m. ET), are now available from NBCUniversal Television Consumer Products and Columbia Records on the iTunes store at http://www.itunes.com/NBCSmash. NBC also provides episode recaps, games, photos, videos, musical performance highlights and even fan challenges each week at http://www.nbc.com/smash/.

The two songs available for tonight’s episode of “Smash,” entitled “Publicity,” include:

“A Thousand and One Nights” – written by Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman; featuring Katharine McPhee and Raza Jaffrey.

“Secondhand White Baby Grand” – written by Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman; performed by Megan Hilty.

In tonight’s episode, Karen (Katharine McPhee) finds herself seduced by the glamorous life of new BFF Rebecca Duvall (special guest star Uma Thurman) — but can Rebecca be trusted? What will Karen’s ascent mean to her relationship with Dev (Raza Jaffrey)? And will Rebecca drive Derek (Jack Davenport) insane? Eileen (Anjelica Huston) introduces new beau Nick (guest star Thorsten Kaye) to ex-husband Jerry (guest star Michael Cristofer), while Julia (Debra Messing) panics when her son Leo (Emory Cohen) goes missing. Megan Hilty and Christian Borle also star.

“Smash” is a musical drama that celebrates the beauty and heartbreak of the Broadway theater as it follows a cross section of dreamers and schemers who all have one common desire – to be a “Smash.” Evolving from an idea of executive producer and multiple Emmy and Oscar winner Steven Spielberg and created by executive producer/acclaimed playwright Theresa Rebeck, the series is also executive-produced by Darryl Frank, Justin Falvey, Craig Zadan, Neil Meron, Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman.

“Smash” is a production of Universal Television in association with DreamWorks Television and Madwoman in the Attic.

For more information on Smash, you can visit their official website.

*Press Release courtesy of NBC Universal
*Photo courtesy of Will Hart/NBC
*Video courtesy of NBC Universal

  • Nosgoth1979

    I wonder how many downloads they get from the music. For me,
    all the appeal is in the performances, so I don’t think I’d ever download the
    music. It’s just not the kind of thing I’m normally into. In fact, Smash took a
    while to grow on me, but now it’s one of my “can’t miss” shows. Unfortunately
    though, I did miss last night’s episode, and forgot to set my DVR. I was
    expecting to have to wait until a repeat to catch up. Then this morning, a
    coworker at Dish reminded me of dishonline(dot)com. It’s this free site with an
    huge number of movies and shows available to stream. So I checked, and sure enough,
    the episode I missed, ‘Publicity’, was already on there. I watched it on my
    lunch break and Uma Thurman was great.
     

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