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  • A bad investment

    A bad investment
    Maryland's film industry employs a lot of good people, mostly highly skilled laborers. Because the state has been home to a string of television series over the years, of which "Veep" and "House of Cards" are only the latest, many of them have set down...
  • Netflix announces premiere date for 'House of Cards' Season 3

    Netflix announces premiere date for 'House of Cards' Season 3
    Ready for more Frank Underwood? Netflix today stealthily announced the premiere date for all of Season 3 of its acclaimed original drama series, which is filmed in and around Baltimore (and yes, often inside The Baltimore Sun building). Mark your...
  • 'House of Cards' season 3 premiere set for February 27

    'House of Cards' season 3 premiere set for February 27
    "House of Cards" season three will debut on Netflix on Feb. 27, the streaming service announced Monday. The news broke with Frank Underwood's typical panache -- through a video posted to Twitter and Facebook featuring stars Kevin Spacey and Robin...
  • 'House of Cards' Season 3 debuts Feb. 27

    'House of Cards' Season 3 debuts Feb. 27
    The president has spoken, and "House of Cards" will be back for a third season Feb. 27, 2015. Adapted from the British series of the same name, "House of Cards" is Netflix's first breakout hit and the first online-only TV series to be noiminated for Emmy...
  • Season 3 premiere set for 'House of Cards'

    Season 3 premiere set for 'House of Cards'
    Source: Handout Hot date Feb. 27 That’s when Season 3 of “House of Cards” will hit Netflix. The show’s Twitter account, @HouseofCards, tweeted a 12-second teaser Monday showing now-President Frank Underwood and first lady...
  • Glenn Whipp's Golden Globe nomination predictions

    Glenn Whipp's Golden Globe nomination predictions
    The Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. didn't throw us many curveballs last year with its Golden Globe nominations, which sort of defeats the purpose of the whole exercise, doesn't it? If we wanted a group to rubber stamp the awards-season consensus, we'd look...
  • Netflix grabs Tina Fey comedy 'Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt' from NBC

    Netflix grabs Tina Fey comedy 'Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt' from NBC
    Netflix seems to want everything these days — even Tina Fey comedies that were meant for someone else. The movie and TV streaming giant announced Friday that it had picked up two seasons of "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt," a new series about a woman...
  • TV seems to know what you want to see; algorithms at work

    TV seems to know what you want to see; algorithms at work
    Your TV is inside your mind. It knows what you watch. More than that, it knows how you watch. When you pause a program, your TV is taking notes. When you rewind or fast-forward, the machine jots that down too. But here's maybe the scariest part of...
  • How Netflix 'Crouching Tiger' deal sets theater chains against studios

    The Netflix deal to finance Weinstein Co.'s "Crouching Tiger" sequel is opening a new front in the long-simmering conflict between Hollywood studios and theater owners. Three of the nation's largest theater chains said Tuesday that they would refuse...
  • Netflix, Weinstein Co. partner for release of 'Crouching Tiger' sequel

    Netflix, Weinstein Co. partner for release of 'Crouching Tiger' sequel
    Netflix, already a player in original TV shows, is taking a stab at new theatrical movies. The online video company has partnered with independent film studio Weinstein Co. for the release of a sequel to the 2000 martial arts movie "Crouching Tiger,...
  • Film deals reflect Netflix's growing clout

    Film deals reflect Netflix's growing clout
    After turning the television industry on its head, Netflix wants to shake up Hollywood. In its first original movie, Netflix said this week it would finance the Weinstein Co.'s sequel to the 2000 film "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon," coming next summer...