Series shot in Montgomery County aiming for Hulu, Netflix deal and more Houston-area news

"Breaking Strongholds" is a faith-based, eight-episode series that explores topics such as suicide and depression. (Courtesy Terry Weaver)
"Breaking Strongholds" is a faith-based, eight-episode series that explores topics such as suicide and depression. (Courtesy Terry Weaver)

"Breaking Strongholds" is a faith-based, eight-episode series that explores topics such as suicide and depression. (Courtesy Terry Weaver)

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Montgomery County

Faith-based series filmed in Montgomery County hopes for spot on Netflix, Hulu

"Breaking Strongholds," a faith-based, eight-episode series produced in Montgomery County, is wrapping up filming, with some of the final shots being filmed April 10, the production crew said. The show has been pitched to various platforms, including Netflix, Hulu and Amazon Prime.

Cy-Fair



Family-owned shop brings creative flavor pairings at Popcorn Blast

For Mario Navarrete, one of the owners of Popcorn Blast on Hwy. 6 in Cy-Fair, coming to work everyday is similar to coming to work at a candy store. There are opportunities to be creative with flavors, bring joy to customers and see the eyes light up when children and adults alike walk through the door.

Lonesome Blonde hair salon now open on Cypress Rosehill Road

Professional stylist and salon owner Maegan Willman said the business takes a holistic approach to professional hair services and seeks to provide a welcoming environment. Services include haircuts, coloring, styling and customizable treatments.

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Rice Military hosts 40-house garage sale

The Rice Military Civic Club is bringing back its annual garage sale April 10 with almost 40 households participating.

Sugar Land-Missouri City

Service King to open Sugar Land collision repair center in mid-April

Service King will open its 28th Houston-area and 96th Texas location at 10215 S. Hwy. 6, Sugar Land, in mid-April.

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In-person performances will return to Miller Outdoor Theatre on May 1

Miller Outdoor Theatre, one of Hermann Park’s most popular venues, is bringing back in-person performances when it kicks off its 98th season May 1.

Eva Vigh, Shawn Arrajj, Hunter Marrow, Claire Shoop and Matt Dulin contributed to this report.