TV on Tap: "Smash" Pulls Back the Musical Numbers, Stephen Colbert for South Carolina and "Leverage" Hopes for the Best but Plans to Say Aideu

There better not be any snakes at this Video Game Awards show.


New Smash show runner Josh Safran tells EW that viewers can expect fewer random musical numbers, like the bowling alley performance and the Bollywood dream sequence, though there still could be dream sequences, just ones that aren't so glaringly out of place.

Silvio Horta and Salma Hayek are teaming up again, six years after the two worked to bring Ugly Betty to ABC. According to Deadline, the two are working on Bastards, a drama about a "colorful" (and I'm guessing wealthy) Cuban-American family who learns that there's a bastard relative out there, the first revelation of many secrets within the family.

The fifth season of Leverage — currently TNT's longest-running show airing new episodes — will air its finale on Christmas Day, and with the prospect of a sixth season still uncertain, series producer Dean Devlin wrote an open
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