Universal Studios Home Entertainment is releasing Smash: Season 1 on DVD January 8, giving fans a chance to catch up with the series before Season 2 debuts February 5 on NBC. Katharine McPhee and Megan Hilty star as Karen and Ivy, two hungry young actresses both vying for the role of Marilyn Monroe in a hot new Broadway play. We're giving away this amazing set on DVD, so act fast and enter our contest today. Details on how to win are below.
- Smash: Season 1 DVD
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Talented newcomer Karen Cartwright (McPhee) is up for the role of a lifetime in a new Broadway musical based on the iconic Marilyn Monroe. The only thing standing in her way is Ivy Lynn (Hilty), a seasoned theater veteran who is determined to land the part herself and will stop at nothing to realize her own dreams of fame. Smash: Season 1 also stars Tony Award winner Christian Borle (Broadway's Peter and the Starcatcher) and Jack Davenport (Pirates of The Caribbean) and also features an incredible lineup of guest stars including Uma Thurman (Kill Bill Vol. 1 and Kill Bill Vol. 2), Broadway legend Bernadette Peters and pop sensation Nick Jonas. Mary McNamara from the Los Angeles Times says Smash: Season 1 is "a genuine triumph!"
- Deleted and Extended Scenes
- Gag Reel
- A Dream Come True: Take an in-depth look at the amazing cast and discover why Smash is truly a "triple threat!"
- Song & Dance: Go behind the scenes with composers Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman as we take a look at how the original music is created for the show and see choreographer Joshua Bergasse put the cast and dancers through their paces as both song and dance come to life!
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