Tag: TV

Production Back on in Md. for ‘House of Cards’ Season 6, with Two New Actors

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Netflix and MRC have revived production on the sixth and final season of “House of Cards” with a couple big names added to the cast, the companies announced today.

Frosh Opposes Planned Sinclair-Tribune Merger, Calling it a ‘Bad Deal for Marylanders’

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Fox45, the local Sinclair Broadcast Group affiliate. Photo via Wikimedia Commons.

Maryland’s attorney general sees the public bad that comes with a merger between Hunt Valley-based TV news giant Sinclair Broadcast Group and its smaller counterpart, Tribune Broadcasting.

Phelps Loses ‘Shark Week’ Race to Computer-Simulated Great White Shark

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In an athletic showdown between the Baltimore Bullet and one of nature’s most feared beasts, nature triumphed…sort of.

Netflix Releases Chilling Trailer for ‘House of Cards’ Season 5

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“The American people don’t know what’s best for them,” says Frank Underwood in the trailer for the fifth season of Netflix’s “House of Cards.” “I do. I know exactly what they need.”

Ravens In the Running to Star in HBO’s ‘Hard Knocks’

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A shot from the 2001 series intro, Courtesy HBO/YouTube

As other NFL teams’ fans gear up for the playoffs this week, Ravens Nation is sitting around wondering what’s going to give for their franchise in the offseason. Perhaps it’ll be more exposure, courtesy of HBO?

NBC’s Hairspray Live! Is Re-Broadcasting the Day After Christmas

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NBC has decided the world needs another chance to watch the broadcast of its live musical rendition of John Waters’ “Hairspray” right after Christmas.

Big Fish: Fox45’s Kai Jackson Talks About Being on TV and Journalism in Baltimore

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Courtesy Kai Jackson

Even leading up to college, Kai Jackson never planned to be on TV. In fact, when he first enrolled at South Carolina State College, he was an engineering major, though he admits now that may not have been the best fit.

Viceland Profiling Four Baltimoreans Tonight on Show ‘Payday’

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AJ Elliot, tattoo artist, Courtesy of VICELAND
Tattoo artist AJ Elliot, who is featured in the episode. Courtesy of Viceland.

The ever-edgy news network Viceland will air a show tonight about the economic livelihoods of four individuals in Baltimore: a dirt biker, an underground tattoo artist, a photographer and the owner of a hookah business.

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