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Drama (genre)

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  • 'Bachelor Pad' recap, episode 1, Invasion of the fans

    'Bachelor Pad' recap, episode 1, Invasion of the fans
    Now in its third season and running low on "Bachelor"/"Bachelorette" rejects, "Bachelor Pad" pulls a card from "Survivor" to stay alive. This season combines old contestants with the show's hyper fans. It's good to bring some fresh faces into the mix,...
  • 'The Wire' update: Here are some cast members doing some very good work

    'The Wire' update: Here are some cast members doing some very good work
    With Felicia "Snoop" Pearson's guilty plea Monday to conspiracy to sell heroin, it seems like a good time to catch up with what some of the other cast members of the Baltimore-based series are doing. And two of the finest actors in the series, Dominic...
  • Case offers look into drug ring involving 'Snoop' of 'The Wire'

    Case offers look into drug ring involving 'Snoop' of 'The Wire'
    When Antonio Malone needed $15,000 to pay off the assailants who stormed his West Baltimore rowhouse and demanded money and heroin, a gang leader told him exactly where to go. Police say he was sent to a 12th floor apartment at The Redwood, the home of...
  • 'The Wire' has ended, but its talent is still being tapped

    'The Wire' has ended, but its talent is still being tapped
    With Felicia "Snoop" Pearson's guilty plea last week to conspiracy to sell heroin, one question being asked by fans of "The Wire" is how other cast members of the Baltimore-based series are doing. The answer: Several are doing just fine professionally....
  • Looking back at 'Diner,' 30 years later

    Looking back at 'Diner,' 30 years later
    Few films in movie history — and maybe no other film by a first-time writer-director — proved to be the breakthrough moment for as many talents as a made-in-Baltimore comedy-drama called "Diner." Viewers still respond to all the people in it,...
  • Baltimore actress leads field for 'Mad Men' role

    Baltimore actress leads field for 'Mad Men' role
    From the Z on TV blog: A Baltimore actress, who is studying for a graduate degree at the Johns Hopkins University, is running a strong first in the "Mad Men Casting Call Contest" that promises a walk-on role in TV's top drama for the winner. As of...
  • 'Modern Family' director talks smart about movie comedy

    'Modern Family' director talks smart about movie comedy
    From the Mike Sragow Gets Reel blog: Jason Winer directed every other episode of the first season of the award-winning ABC comedy "Modern Family." He has just made the jump to movie comedy with the forthcoming remake of "Arthur," starring Russell Brand...
  • Maryland has a new go-to role on television — Washington

    Maryland has a new go-to role on television — Washington
    For almost two decades, Baltimore was mainly seen by the TV industry as a place to make shows about cops and crime. But now, the city is looking more like the nation's capital to some of Hollywood's top producers. On Thursday, Gov. Martin O'Malley...
  • Netflix, other Web networks vie to be new HBOs of TV drama

    Netflix, other Web networks vie to be new HBOs of TV drama
    With a reported $100 million price tag and a big-name star like Kevin Spacey, "House of Cards" looks like a drama series that should be headed for HBO or AMC. But the 13 one-hour episodes that start filming in Baltimore in March under the direction of...
  • Baltimore's outdoor summer film series overflow with personality

    Baltimore's outdoor summer film series overflow with personality
    What's the best way to fill an open space with smiles for a summer night? Fit in a big, bright movie screen, and hundreds are sure to follow. Every summer, in every corner of Baltimore, the light of the silvery moon turns outdoor silver screens into...
  • What should decide home field in Series?

    All-Star Game working Joseph Moskowitz The Morning Call The All-Star Game used to mean pride for both leagues. A maniacal Pete Rose charging down the third-base line in 1970 is a vision that will live forever. But when interleague play began and...
  • Outdoors Shakespeare gets a stay at Evergreen

    When the financially stressed Baltimore Shakespeare Festival recently ceased operations, it meant the end for its summer tradition of doing Shakespeare outdoors in the meadow at Evergreen Museum and Library in north Baltimore. Well, the tradition...