Katharine Mcphee Smash

February 7, 2012 by staff 

Katharine Mcphee Smash, It’s easy to compare NBC’s savior-to-be “Smash,” starring Katharine McPhee, to the only other musical show currently on air, “Glee,” but these comparisons are cheap. “Smash” is no more “Glee” than “CSI” is “Law & Order.”
There are no courtrooms, no operating rooms, and no interrogation rooms. That alone should make “Smash” stand out as a unique program.

Sure, there is music. Sure, it happens out of nowhere from time to time. Sure, it’s being offered on iTunes after each show. But “Smash” and “Glee” are two different animals.

“Glee” is a complete clash of styles that was initially enjoyable but, as many critics now say, has turned into a mess. It toddles in the superficial and the momentary, handing us pop culture candy and hoping we enjoy it.

“Glee” shifts weekly, while “Smash” centers on the ongoing production of a musical – a musical about Marilyn Monroe. Moreover, “Smash” is about adults – about the pursuit of dreams and the potholes along the way. It doesn’t meander in high school mores like its supposed counterpart.

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