Emmy Magazine recently did a shot with the Smash stars Katherine McPhee and Megan Hilty.
Inside this issue the magazine will be covering:
That Marilyn Magic
In NBC’s Smash, two girls vie for a Broadway role as the iconic blonde of the blowing skirt, Marilyn Monroe. With season two affirmed, it looks like Broadway was a good bet.
The Revolution Will Not Be Televised
In the hyper-driven world of original online programming, viewers are users and showrunners arechannel creators. Despite the new lingo, Netflix, Yahoo, Hulu and YouTube are acting an awful lot like networks.
A Far Cry
It’s got three guy and three gals, but don’t confuse it with Friends. The stars of Happy Endings, ABC’s bright and scrappy comedy, are laughing all the way to season three.
Shaking the Family Tree
As HBO’s True Blood embarks upon season five, changes lurk behind the scenes and on the set for stars Anna Paquin, Stephen Moyer and Alexander Skarsgard.
A Year to Remember
As The Game notches another season, writer-producer Mara Brock Akil looks toward a new BET series and looks back on her most satisfying year as a writer.
On a Blue Streak
USA’s blue-sky brand of upbeat dramas is a straight-up success. Now, with an eye on a wider horizon, the network is dipping into some different hues: comedy, reality and edgier fare.
Driven to Succeed
For the complicated Gavin Polone, success in Hollywood is not all that complicated: it means keeping control of a project and working harder than the next guy.
What do you think of these photos? Are you looking forward to Season Two?!