ABC, Fox, National Geographic and IFC were specifically cited in a tweet issued late Friday from the Twitter account of the hacker, with a chilling warning: “Who is next on the list? The Twitter account where the four networks were divulged, @tdohackr, is identified as the account affiliated with the hacking group in that message.
While that message doesn’t cite the four networks, it does make clear that Netflix was not the only target of the hack.
It’s unknown which specific programs TDO might have gotten a hold of from those networks or whether there is programming from other networks that were obtained from the hack.
The hack that may have brought all of the purloined content in question occurred last year at Hollywood-based ADR studio Larson Studios, according to Torrentfreak.
On Monday, the network announced that Rachel Lindsay, a 31-year-old attorney from Dallas, will be the next bachelorette when the reality dating series starts a new season in May.
Rachel appeared on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” to confirm the news, mere hours after she was shown in the latest episode of “The Bachelor,” where she secured herself a spot in “hometown dates” episode next week with the three other remaining contestants.
read more » When things in the newsroom are dark and quiet, Lucy begins to write her fantasy, and "Lucinda" is whisked back into time - into the home of ... In 1996, most of Capital Cities/ABC's assets were purchased by The Walt Disney Company.The hacking group that goes by the name The Dark Overlord doubled down on its piracy of the new season of Netflix’s “Orange is the New Black” by claiming to have absconded with content from four other networks as well. We’re not playing any games anymore.” The Dark Overlord, also self-described as TDO on a long screed the group posted online, according to piracy blog Torrentfreak, which broke the story.[‘The Bachelor’ is embarrassingly white] As Kimmel pointed out, Rachel’s announcement is quite a spoiler for the current season, which stars 36-year-old Nick Viall as the bachelor and wrapped filming several months ago.“I think it’s safe to say your hometown date with Nick did not go as planned,” Kimmel deadpanned.