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House of Cards (tv program)

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  • Netflix 4K Ultra HD Queue Adds 'Breaking Bad,' 'Smurfs 2,' 'Ghostbusters'

    Netflix is now offering Ultra HD versions of all 62 episodes of "Breaking Bad," as well as "Smurfs 2," "Ghostbusters" and "Ghostbusters 2" in the U.S. -- although only a few thousand subscribers actually have TVs capable of playing back the format. The...
  • Binge Viewing is Forcing Showrunners to Evolve

    Binge-viewing is one of the most profound changes to hit the smallscreen business in memory, a revolution in the way TV is distributed and consumed. By Advanced Television's estimate, 70% of U.S. viewers self-identify as "binge-ers," and Netflix's...
  • Netflix continues original content push with Chelsea Handler deal

    Netflix continues original content push with Chelsea Handler deal
    Chelsea Handler is taking her bottle of vodka to Netflix. The host of E!'s late-night program "Chelsea Lately" has signed a deal to create and star in a talk show for the streaming service that will premiere in 2016. Known for her boozy and flirty...
  • As TV antiheroes grow ever darker, viewers deal with empathy conflict

    Playing a TV serial killer can be a confusing job, and James Purefoy knows it firsthand from "The Following." He earned a legion of fans attracted to his focused, controlled madman … and nearly lost them with a singular killing. "I slaughtered my...
  • Emmy bids by 'True Detective' and 'Fargo' bend categories

    Emmy bids by 'True Detective' and 'Fargo' bend categories
    HBO's "True Detective" and FX's "Fargo" both premiered this year as closed-end crime dramas, series that wrap up the story line by season's end and when they return next season they'll have new casts, new settings and, in the case of "True Detective," new...
  • Do TV writers know how their series will end? Not always

    Do TV writers know how their series will end? Not always
    TV shows used to end in one of two ways, neither of them pleasant, according to "House of Cards" show runner Beau Willimon. Either the series would end abruptly, like being hit by a car, or it would slowly decline and die, lost and forgotten, its audience...
  • TV's presidential portrayals go from salute to 'Hail to the Creep'

    It all used to be so simple — and patriotic. If the president of the United States were to appear as a character on a television series, and it was a rarity, he was generally upright, forthright and just, well, right. "Even when he was a hack, the...
  • Early Emmy drama odds breaking 'Breaking Bad's' way

    Early Emmy drama odds breaking 'Breaking Bad's' way
    If our DVR queues are bursting, then why shouldn't Emmy categories be loaded too? That would appear to be the guiding principle behind the television academy's recent decision to allow seven shows to be nominated in both the drama and comedy series...
  • Havre de Grace named a best small town to visit by Smithsonian Magazine

    It what could be truly considered a tourism manager's dream, Havre de Grace has made Smithsonian Magazine's list of "The Best 20 Small Towns to Visit in 2014." The April edition of Smithsonian places Havre de Grace at No. 12 on the list, just behind...
  • Sky Italia Creates Two-Tiered Development Model

    Rupert Murdoch's Sky Italia paybox is fixing up its Italo-scripted biz with a dual-content pipeline -- one for series like the $22 million mob-themed "Gomorrah," which is geared to a global audience; the other for spunky local romantic comedies like...
  • 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...