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News, reviews and commentary for NBC's Smash

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Ratings Clack – Finales everywhere. That’s good, and bad.

A week full of finales brought good news for some (‘Once Upon A Time’, ‘How I Met Your Mother’, ‘Grey’s Anatomy’, ‘NCIS’), and not so good news for others (‘Suburgatory’, ’30 Rock’, ‘Community’, ‘Touch’).

by Brett Love

Quotation Marks – Community, Smash, and Nikita

Join the Clique as we share our favorite quotes from the week — lots of finales here! Be sure to share some of yours in the comments if we missed ‘em.

by Rachel Blum-Jose

Smash – Would the real Marilyn please stand up?

As the final curtain on the first season of ‘Smash’ comes down, it will hopefully will mean an end to the subplots that nearly ruined the show, and a focus onward to the bright lights of Broadway.

by Ivey West

Ratings Clack – Community, 30 Rock, and Parks & Rec renewed, despite ratings

As upfront week hits, almost all of the renewals and cancellations have been announced. This week we run through which shows will be returning, and which will be readying those complete series DVD sets.

by Brett Love

Ratings Clack – Vampire Diaries, Supernatural and 90210 renewed

As we head to the finish line for the season, more renewals are rolling in. CW has given golden tickets to ‘Vampire Diaries’, ‘Supernatural’, and ’90210′, while HBO has tapped both ‘Veep’ and ‘Girls’ for second seasons.

by Brett Love

Ratings Clack – Worst… Ratings… Ever…

Last week brought a rare sighting to broadcast television, in the form of the lowest rated dramatic premiere ever. Amazingly, that was followed by a renewal for the lowest rated show on another network. Meanwhile, over on cable, the going was also slow for the latest from HBO.

by Brett Love

Ratings Clack – Things TV doesn’t need? More rookie cops…

This spring continues to be a dark time for all of television, with lows hitting across the board. That didn’t bode well for the premiere of ‘NYC 22′ on CBS. Over on cable, HBO had their own struggles with the premiere of ‘Girls’.

by Brett Love