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Former Raven Trevor Pryce to debut kids series 'Kulipari' on Netflix

For most athletes, their best years are well behind them by the time the hit the big 4-0. But at 41, former NFL star Trevor Pryce has found a new and what he calls a better life among the frogs and scorpions of "Kulipari." The trilogy of children's books he created starring a wannabe warrior frog...

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  • Z on TV: Baltimore media should be tougher police watchdogs

    Z on TV: Baltimore media should be tougher police watchdogs

    It's time for media in Baltimore to get real with the police. A police department doesn't get as sick as the Department of Justice says Baltimore's is without lots of help. And if the media want to really make Baltimore a better place to live, they have to push back against the police — as unpleasant...

  • Z on TV: City leaders can't blame the media for image-crushing DOJ report

    Z on TV: City leaders can't blame the media for image-crushing DOJ report

    For years, Baltimore civic leaders have been blaming the media for the city’s troubled image. One of the favorite refrains when police practices were questioned was to use the metaphor of a few “bad apples” to suggest the media were emphasizing the negative exceptions to the positive norm, giving...

  • MPT to produce promotional film about Ellicott City

    MPT to produce promotional film about Ellicott City

    Maryland Public Television announced today that it is going to make a film about Ellicott City that will "showcase the area for economic, residential and tourism development," according to a news release from the state-run broadcaster. The station is characterizing the initiative, to be titled...

  • Syed book underscores role media played in reviving case

    Syed book underscores role media played in reviving case

    Not since the O.J. Simpson trial have the media played as crucial a role in a legal proceeding as they are now doing in the case of Adnan Syed. With Simpson's 1995 murder trial in the killings of his wife, Nicole, and her friend Ronald Goldman, it was cable TV making the former NFL star's guilt...

  • Bruce Elliott takes over Tom Marr slot at WCBM

    Bruce Elliott takes over Tom Marr slot at WCBM

    WCBM-AM (680) named Bruce Elliott as its new mid-day host replacing Tom Marr, who died last month from a stroke following surgery. Elliott, a veteran Baltimore radio show host, had been filling in for Marr during the 9 a.m.-to-noon weekday slot since early July. "WCBM believed it was important...

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  • CMT announces 'Nashville' Season 5 premiere date

    CMT announces 'Nashville' Season 5 premiere date

    "Nashville" is heading back to TV with a new network, new showrunners and a new year. The fan-favorite show -- which was axed by ABC after four seasons -- will return for Season 5 with a special two-hour episode on CMT on Thursday, January 5 at 9 p.m. Hulu will continue to stream "Nashville" for...

  • Keegan-Michael Key to co-star in Netflix series about Harvard alumni

    Keegan-Michael Key to co-star in Netflix series about Harvard alumni

    The new Netflix series "Friends From College" is set to begin shooting this fall in New York with an ensemble cast comprising Second City veteran Keegan-Michael Key, Cobie Smulders and Fred Savage, among others. The project comes from the married team of Francesca Delbanco and  Nick Stoller (the...

  • 'The Jim Gaffigan Show' to end after Season 2

    'The Jim Gaffigan Show' to end after Season 2

    TV Land's "The Jim Gaffigan Show" will end after its second season, star and creator Jim Gaffigan announced via Twitter on Monday. In a statement posted to social media site WhoSay, Gaffigan wrote on behalf of himself and his wife, Jeannie: "After months of discussion Jeannie and I have decided...

  • 'GMA's' Amy Robach says on-air racial slur 'a mistake'

    'GMA's' Amy Robach says on-air racial slur 'a mistake'

    "Good Morning America" co-anchor Amy Robach has apologized for saying "colored people" on Monday's broadcast of the ABC program. Her use of the term sparked criticism on social media. "Offensive," tweeted one viewer. Another said Robach "gets a pass this time" but vowed to ditch "GMA" for a rival...

  • 'Family Feud' to host auditions in Baltimore in September

    'Family Feud' to host auditions in Baltimore in September

    If you think your family has what it takes to make it on "Family Feud," here’s your chance. The TV game show, hosted by comedian Steve Harvey, will hold auditions in Baltimore on Sept. 10 and 11, according to the "Family Feud" website. Auditions are by appointment only and require all five family...

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