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Mark Wahlberg produces another Boston-based reality show for A&E

Mark Wahlberg in Los Angeles in 2013.

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Mark Wahlberg in Los Angeles in 2013.

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Undaunted by his dead-on-arrival reality show “Breaking Boston” — it aired for a single episode before being yanked — Mark Wahlberg is moving ahead as executive producer of another Boston-based reality show. According to Deadline, A&E has given the green light to a show tentatively titled “The Big Brew Theory.” It centers on four MIT grad students who pool their cash to open a microbrewery. But wait, there’s a twist! The fellas hire a beautiful MIT undergrad to help. We’re guessing both love and hops may be in the air. While “Wahlburgers” has been a hit for A&E, “Breaking Boston” was a flop when it debuted in March. It was promptly dropped.

Christopher Muther can be reached at christopher.muther@globe.com. Follow him on Twitter @Chris_Muther
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