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A&E wants more of the show ‘Wahlburgers’

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After a few weeks of solid ratings, A&E has decided that there will be more “Wahlburgers.” The network has ordered 18 more episodes of the local reality show, which features brothers Mark, Donnie, and Paul Wahlberg and their Hingham burger biz. Variety quoted A&E exec David McKillop as saying, “Viewers are responding to the heartwarming dynamics of Boston’s first family as they balance living in the Hollywood spotlight and growing a business.” Donnie, who also stars on “Blue Bloods,” has been live-tweeting “Wahlburgers” episodes to his 500,000-plus followers.

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