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‘Smash’ season debut sneak peek begins Monday
LOS ANGELES (AP) - NBC is giving viewers a sneak peek at the new season of "Smash."
Starting next week, the first hour of the drama's two-hour season debut can be seen online and in the air _ where it will be screened on American Airlines flights.
The "Smash" preview will be available through several outlets, including NBC.com, Hulu, iTunes, Amazon and Xbox and on demand. It will be shown on American's domestic flights starting Tuesday.
"Smash," set in the world of New York theater, stars Debra Messing, Christian Borle and Angelica Huston. Guest stars this season include Jennifer Hudson.
The sophomore drama begins its second season Feb. 5 on NBC. "Smash" is a nominee at Sunday's Golden Globe awards for best musical or comedy series.
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