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  • Netflix 'Orange Is the New Black' Fruit Pie and Ice Cream Truck to Troll NYC

    Netflix is taking to the streets of Gotham to promote "Orange Is the New Black" season two, which hit the streaming service Friday, with a food truck giving away free fruit-flavored pies and ice cream. The "Crazy Pyes" food truck - inspired by fan-...
  • Kevin Spacey stops play to yell at audience member whose cell phone rang

    Kevin Spacey stops play to yell at audience member whose cell phone rang
    Do not disturb Kevin Spacey while he's working. The "House of Cards"€ star was performing the one-man-show "€œClarence Darrow"€ at London's Old Vic, when a patron's cell phone suddenly went off, according to a report by the British paper  "The...
  • Jodie Foster, 'Orange Is the New Black' Stars Talk Binge-Viewing, Working with Femmes

    "We want it when we want it" -- that's how "House of Cards" co-star Robin Wright described the audience's response to Netflix's innovation in the way it launches series programming. Wright, Jodie Foster and "Orange is the New Black" thesps Taylor...
  • Four actors who light up the TV screen in small roles

    Four actors who light up the TV screen in small roles
    Sure, the Emmys honor top talent on TV, the stars and supporting actors who bring the drama or the laughs to the forefront. But what about the actors who don't necessarily get the cute catchphrases or flashy support arcs, yet they bring the intensity,...
  • 'Orange is the New Black' Trending Stronger Than 'House of Cards'

    When the success of Netflix in original programming is cited, two of its series come to mind: "House of Cards" and "Orange is the New Black." But in the absence of any stats measuring how many viewers are watching these shows, there's some other...
  • Inked-in bets and a few penciled-in ones in Emmy's drama acting races

    Inked-in bets and a few penciled-in ones in Emmy's drama acting races
    "True Detective" and "Breaking Bad" produced only eight episodes apiece but, for their ensembles, it's the quality not the quantity that counts. The shows should dominate the Emmys' drama series acting nominations. Here's an early look at the front-...
  • Baltimore: a theater town once more [Commentary]

    Baltimore: a theater town once more [Commentary]
    Baltimore theater fans are hard-pressed as of late to find a reason to leave the city with so much available right at home: superb local theater companies and community theaters and the renovated Hippodrome. It's a welcome revival of an industry the...
  • How TV's Bad Boys Reap Emmy Awards

    Rascals are in vogue these days. Just ask Emmy. Last year's lead actor in a drama slate featured Walter White of "Breaking Bad," Don Draper of "Mad Men," Frank Underwood of "House of Cards" and Damian Lewis of "Homeland." Connivers and cheaters all; many...
  • Kevin Spacey Talks 'House of Cards,' Presidential Aspirations and His Old Vic Tenure

    "House of Cards" star Kevin Spacey has served as the artistic director of the prestigious Old Vic theater in London since 2003, but will step down from the position in fall 2015, handing the reins to Matthew Warchus. It will perhaps come as a relief to...
  • EMMYS: Is It Broadcast vs. Cable, or Quantity vs. Quality?

    "The Good Wife" triggered discussion with an Emmy campaign mailer predicated on the fact the CBS series produces far more episodes (22 a season) than its likely cable rivals. But is quantity a legitimate factor in assessing quality -- or indeed, even...
  • Emmy Creative Arts: Netflix, Amazon Try New Approaches Without Broadcast Restrictions

    Over-the-top streaming services like Netflix and Amazon have drastically altered TV viewing habits, but their original programming is also beginning to change how shows are actually made. Netflix's first original series, "House of Cards," is being shot...