Wilmington’s ‘Port City PD’ returns to US
WILMINGTON, N.C. — A made-in-Wilmington Web series that attracted fans in 94 countries and then was broadcast in 16 European countries is coming back home.
The StarNews of Wilmington reported that, beginning Tuesday, “Port City P.D.” will air on Tuff TV, a channel available in cities that include Dallas; Little Rock, Ark.,; Wichita, Kan.; and Key West, Fla. It also will begin airing on AMGTV, another satellite network, on Jan. 26.
Producer and star Sean O’Rourke says the show has the potential to be seen in more than 70 million U.S. households.
The show tells the story of cops dealing with the death of one of their own and the killer who was still on the loose. The episodes originally ranged from 15 minutes to 35 minutes, but the America Unleashed satellite network turned them in 24-minutes shows, then broadcast them in Europe.
Information from: The StarNews
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A made-in-Wilmington Web series that attracted fans in 94 countries and then was broadcast in 16 European countries is coming back home.
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