‘House of Cards’ Casting Call for Medical Staff in BaltimoreIf you are a medical staff employee in the Baltimore area, you could a member of the "House of Cards" cast.
Casting Call For 'House of Cards' Scheduled in AnnapolisDo you look like a regular working Joe? Or maybe you can rock a tuxedo. Perhaps you're more of an art gallery type.
Md. Lawmakers Pass Film Tax Credit MeasureThe amount of film tax credits for producers of movies and television shows in Maryland will be determined by the governor, under a bill that has cleared the Maryland General Assembly.
Amended Film Tax Credit Gives Funding Discretion to GovernorMaryland's film tax credit program is getting some edits in the Senate.
'House of Cards' Dealt Netflix a Winning HandEven if it never wins another award, "House of Cards" already ranks among the most influential series in television history.
Md. to Consider Ending Film Tax CreditsMaryland lawmakers will be talking about whether the state should stop giving tax credits to attract film productions.
Maryland DLS Recommends Ending Film Tax CreditThe Maryland Department of Legislative Services is recommending an end to the film tax credit, detailing in a report that the break does not provide sustainable economic development.
10 Reasons Why #NBADramas Should Be Your New Favorite MemeLately, the NBA has been on fire with Twitter memes and they're back at it again. Their latest edition? Tackling some of TV's hottest dramas in a perfectly punny way.
'House of Cards' Filming in D.C.The "House of Cards" series is filming in the District of Columbia this weekend.
'House of Cards' Season 3 Casting Call in Bel AirThe wildly popular Netflix series House of Cards will hold an open casting call for extras this weekend in Bel Air.
'House of Cards,' Maryland Reach Agreement Gov. Martin O'Malley says officials have reached an agreement with the production company that owns the Netflix series "House of Cards" that will keep it in Maryland to film its third season.
'House Of Cards' May Crumble In Maryland'House of Cards' producers threatened to stop filming in Maryland if they didn't receive additional tax credits. Lawmakers didn't give them any.