Will Fans Convince NBC to Save ‘Smash’ From a Crash? 19

Leslie Odom, Jr. and Megan Hilty of Smash

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A Facebook page titled “Don’t Cancel SMASH” has more than 16,000 “likes” at this writing, and an E! Online vote for the network show that’s most worthy of saving has “Smash” currently in the lead with 35.83% of the vote.

Will these fan pleas be enough to get NBC to renew “Smash” for a third season? That remains to be seen. The show has done poorly in the ratings and was moved from Tuesday to Saturday night, which is known as a death sentence time slot.

While I have been disappointed with some of the writing on the show and would like to see the world of Broadway more realistically portrayed, I love the music and the actors. So, I’d love to see “Smash” get another chance.

If you would like to see “Smash” continue, “like” the Don’t Cancel SMASH page on Facebook, and vote for “Smash” on E! Online. The deadline for voting is Sunday, April 28, 2013.

Meanwhile, watch one of the show’s great musical numbers.

About Melanie Votaw

Melanie Votaw is a New York City-based freelance writer and the author of 15 non-fiction books. She’s a former actress/singer/dancer who started performing at age 4 and now loves to write about film, TV, and theater. Visit her Web site, Rule the Word, and follow her on Twitter and LinkedIn.

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