Bel Air's South Main Street will be closed between Churchville Road and Courtland Street, starting Friday evening through early Saturday morning, for the shooting of scenes for the Netflix drama "House of Cards." The town administrator says people will still have access to all of the open areas of downtown.
While the line of people for previous open casting calls at the Bel Air Armory for the Netflix series "House of Cards" has snaked down and around the block, there was only a short wait for Saturday's casting call, and those seeking a part as a background extra praised the efficient process.
Critics may disagree about the artistic and entertainment value of "House of Cards," the recurring Netflix political drama, or soap opera if you wish, that just released its fourth season Friday. There can be few disagreements locally, however, about the show's positive impact on Harford County.
Agree to the terms of an economic bailout, stand up to the Russian president, pray that your body accepts the organ, and prepare for some seriously whacked out fever dreams, because it's time to recap Episode 6 of "House of Cards!"
Are you ready? Are you wearing your Claire Underwood pajamas? Is your Frank Underwood hairpiece glued on? Good! Now, let's get you caught up on Season 4 of "House of Cards!" This should go without saying, but spoilers are ahead.
Hundreds of local businesses have benefited from "House of Cards," where set decorator Tiffany Zappulla has a $60,000 budget for each episode to decorate, which translates to $780,000 every season. With four seasons done and a fifth soon to begin, that's $3.9 million just for set decorating
Outside of Claire Underwood (Robin Wright), the women of "House of Cards" have generally been no match for the ambition, guile and mendacity of Francis J. Underwood (Kevin Spacey). But that looks as if it might be changing in Season 4, which arrives at 3 a.m. Friday on Netflix. Most major additions to the cast this cycle are women, and many of the actors who play them come with the kind of resumes and talent that put them in a league with Wright, if not Spacey.
WASHINGTON -- As if the line between entertainer and president was not blurred enough by Donald Trump¿s candidacy, Kevin Spacey came to Washington today for the unveiling at the Smithsonian of a portrait of President Francis J. Underwood, the character he plays in Netflix's "House of Cards."
Harford County received some welcome economic news late last week when the producers of the Neflix political drama "House of Cards" announced the show has been renewed for a fifth season and will again be largely shot in Maryland from its Harford County base.
The Midtown-Belvedere apartment that served as the residence of Zoe Barnes (played by Kate Mara) in the Netflix drama "House of Cards" is for rent, according to a Craigslist post. The unit, located at 6 E. Preston St., is being offered for $750 a month.
Jon Stewart and "Star Trek," two of the most successful franchises in media history, are returning to television. But neither is actually going to be on TV. Stewart signed a four-year contract with HBO, and "Star Trek" has a new deal with CBS. Each development was big news last week for millions of fans. But taken together, they have something even larger to say to all of us: The digital future for TV is arriving a lot faster than many analysts thought. In fact, when it comes to the very best TV
This spring, tourism marketing group Visit Harford! created a self-guided fan tour, pinpointing 10 of those sites. To help residents get the most out of the experience, we arranged the sites roughly west to east in a 38-mile driving tour, and talked to local residents in the know about each site¿s transformation from real-life location to television set. We also pinpointed which seasons and episodes to watch before you go.
An open casting call for extras, ages 18 and older, needed for Season 4 of the Netflix hit political drama series "House of Cards" will be held in Bel Air on the afternoon of Friday, May 15, and the casting agency and town officials are expecting a big turnout.