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Television

A collection of news and information related to Television published by Tribune Company sources.
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  • Permanent closing of Aberdeen Proving Ground museum a bad idea [Editorial]

    The loss of the museum on Aberdeen Proving Ground, which appears to be a casualty of the fight in Washington, D.C., over the federal budget, is unnecessary and an insult to the community. There had been a museum on Aberdeen Proving Ground since seven...
  • Amy Schumer talks about her journey from Towson to TV and concert stardom

    Amy Schumer talks about her journey from Towson to TV and concert stardom
    Amy Schumer can tell a story. Knowing how to craft a short narrative and make it pay off with a laugh has, after all, helped make her one of the hottest comedians on TV and the concert circuit these days. So, let the star of Comedy Central’s...
  • Nearly 1,000 turn out for Bel Air 'House of Cards' casting call

    Nearly 1,000 turn out for Bel Air 'House of Cards' casting call
    An estimated 1,000 people came through the Bel Air Reckord Armory Saturday in the hope of landing a part on the second season of the Netflix television series "House of Cards." "It was a great cross section of people, I think, that will allow us to...
  • PBS to launch Charlie Rose weekend show

    PBS to launch Charlie Rose weekend show
    PBS is going to launch a new Charlie Rose in July, the public broadcaster announced Monday. The show will air Friday nights at 8:30 and be called "Charlie Rose Weekend." With his CBS duties, the 71-year-old Rose is going to be a very busy guy. Good...
  • Sean Hayes plays gay dad in new NBC sitcom

    Sean Hayes plays gay dad in new NBC sitcom
    As the television networks announced their fall schedules during this week's upfronts, news was pretty mixed for TV's LGBT characters. The good news first: Former "Will & Grace" star Sean Hayes is returning to NBC with a new sitcom bound to touch on gay...
  • Columbia native Binder ready for home cooking at Wine in the Woods

    Columbia native Binder ready for home cooking at Wine in the Woods
    Risa Binder is having a moment. Not only did the singer-songwriter deliver a recent buzzworthy performance on the popular TV show "CBS This Morning," but the Columbia native is currently recording a CD with Nashville super-producer Luke Wooten and just...
  • As Fashion Week wraps, celeb sightings continue

    As Fashion Week wraps, celeb sightings continue
    At the Zang Toi show Sunday evening, "Real Housewife of New York" Romona Singer tweeted that she was front row with Alex McCord, Avery Singer and Sonja Morgan. She tweeted that the three of them were her "three favorite blonds." Baltimore's Stacy Keibler...
  • Was 'The New Normal' truly the new normal?

    Was 'The New Normal' truly the new normal?
    "The New Normal" was supposed to be the new normal. After "Modern Family" brought two gay dads into the spotlight on ABC, NBC was bringing audiences a show that put a gay family at its center. "The New Normal" executive producer Ryan Murphy had...
  • Orioles score big with young audiences, advertisers on MASN

    Orioles score big with young audiences, advertisers on MASN
    Nationally, the highest-rated shows among young adults in April and May were “The Big Bang Theory” on CBS, “Modern Family” on ABC and “The Voice” on NBC. But in Baltimore, those viewers preferred a different show:...
  • CNN, MSNBC, Fox show true colors in choice of stories this week

    CNN, MSNBC, Fox show true colors in choice of stories this week
    Last week was a great one for cable news watching. Not because any one channel did such outstanding work, but rather because several stories clamored simultaneously for the camera’s attention. The choices that a channel makes in such situations are...
  • HBO renews Baltimore-made 'VEEP' for a third season

    HBO renews Baltimore-made 'VEEP' for a third season
    On Wednesday, HBO renewed the Baltimore-made sitcom "VEEP" for a third season. That means the series, which stars Julia Louis-Dreyfus as Vice President Selina Meyer, will be producing another 10 episodes in the Baltimore area next year. That's good...
  • 'VEEP' and 'Cards' bringing money, glam to our gritty city

    'VEEP' and 'Cards' bringing money, glam to our gritty city
    Only three years ago, Baltimore and Maryland were all but out of the TV and film production business. After the glory years of “Homicide,” “The Corner,” “The Wire” and tens of millions of HBO dollars spent here on...