NBC‘s Smash wrapped filming of Season 2 last night, with several cast members taking to Twitter to report the news and post a photo or two: Megan Hilty, Debra Messing, Katharine McPhee, Andy Mientus, Jeremy Jordan and Krysta Rodriguez. But some tweeters wondered whether messages about “closing another chapter” might also imply the ending of the show. After a promising beginning last year, Smash has been troubled. Josh Safran replaced Theresa Rebeck as showrunner and the show’s focus was adjusted. Guest stars such as Leslie Odom, Sean Hayes and Jennifer Hudson also joined for multi-episode arcs. Ratings on its new night and without The Voice lead-in have not been great and last week tied the series low, which probably doesn’t bode well for a Season 3.
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