Well at least NBC didn’t cancel it. The network announced today that it will relegate the very low-rated Smash to Saturdays beginning April 6, where it will live out its final days. NBC ordered a total of 17 episodes for its second (and obviously last) season.
A couple of alternatives will air in its place Tuesdays. On April 2, NBC will air a one-hour season finale of The New Normal. And on April 9, Ready for Love will take over the 9-11 p.m. slot after hefty lead-in The Voice.
Ready for Love was originally set to run before The Celebrity Apprentice. Beginning »
- Lynette Rice
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