The former WB series with a cult following will debut its new season on Netflix in November.
The fourth outing in the series of cheesy Syfy movies shows diminishing returns; "Bates Motel," "Teen Wolf" and "Vampire Diaries" ending.
Students learn how to make a TV show — and star in it — through Steeltown Entertainment Project’s “Reel Teens: Pittsburgh.”
The shows jumped into Part 2 of democracy in action Monday night, mixing barbs and sharp commentary about the convention in Philadelphia.
Mr. Parsons was the ABC affiliate’s assistant news director and investigative reporter for 15 years.
TV writer Rob Owen answers questions about Disney movies on Netflix, “Criminal Minds” and “Jesse Stone.”
No guts, no glory this week on the Fox reality cooking show featuring Slippery Rock native Nathan Barnhouse.
The actor, a Swissvale native and Kiski School grad, replaces Virginia Montanez as the magazine’s monthly columnist.
Drew Jubera wrote an article for GQ and now it has been turned into a Netflix docuseries; more “Murderer” on the way.
Plagued by allegations that he forced out a former anchor after she spurned his sexual advances.
Fox wanted to stay with breaking news reports from Munich, Germany, where several people were shot at a shopping mall.
Bill Cardille was co-creator and host of "Chiller Theatre," a popular late-night show for horror flicks, and host of “Studio Wrestling.”
The man who gave Fox it’s news direction for nearly 20 years is let go after allegations of sexual harassment.
Garry Marshall was an unabashed throwback to the family oriented comedies of television’s first generation of the 1950s and ‘60s.
The franchise approaches the milestone with “Beyond,” the third entry in the big screen reboot.
Garry Marshall died at a hospital in Burbank, Calif., of complications from pneumonia following a stroke
The unwanted advances occurred when Ms. Kelly was a young correspondent at Fox, according to the magazine.
Who would have expected the most stirring moment of Monday's late-night talk shows would be a call to arms for the "old" Stephen Colbert?
WYEP’s news magazine that focuses on Pittsburgh issues will be discontinued and is expected to be relaunched in August with a new format.
Questions answered about jewelry on local news anchors, a GSN game show, renewal status of several shows and recasting on “Blue Bloods.”
Dancer Erik Cavanaugh’s run on “America’s Got Talent” is over, but he’s still gaining fans.
Netflix’s supernatural thriller embraces the hallmarks of a Steven Spielberg/Stephen King, 1980s’-era childhood; USA’s “Shooter” delayed.
“Game of Thrones” and “Veep” lead nominations in the Emmy Awards.
The winners for the tops in TV will be announced Sept. 18, with the event broadcast live on ABC.
“The Five” will be broadcasting live from PNC Park July 22, their first stop after the final night of the Republican Convention.
Questions answered about weather forecasting, PBS’s “Poldark” and “The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story.”
He starred in such shows as “Follies” and “Sweet Charity.”
“Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood” is among the PBS Kids shows that moved off Netflix last week.
HBO’s eight-part miniseries follows one crime through the criminal justice system.
Discovery Channel’s eight-hour drama series “Manifesto,” about the Unabomber investigation, is expected to begin production in late August.
Misha Collins, who stars as the angel Castiel, has been empowered to work with “Supernatural” fans to do charitable works.
Chief executive Roger Ailes denied the allegations and accused the former Fox News anchor of retaliating after her contract was not renewed.
Longtime WDVE-FM veteran and comedian hosted the show for a year.
Before the ABC sitcom airs, watch the web series that inspired it online; public access channel PCTV is now open to more area residents.
Questions answered about an American “Downton Abbey,” a “Fear the Walking Dead” ad and “Other Space.”
The return of “The Great British Baking Show” on PBS takes the cake.
Supporters go old-school with pen-and-paper to flood the “Chiller Theatre” creator with good wishes and memories.
BBC America goes on “The Hunt” while Discovery Channel sings a cheery, “Hello World!”
Terry O’Reilly has been named the new president and CEO of Pittsburgh Community Broadcasting Corp.
CW's 'Supernatural' cast, including Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles, bringing convention to Pittsburgh
The show entering its 12 season of demon-hunting will be at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center July 8-10.
Are the Starks of Winterfell in “Game of Thrones” finally getting a break?
Justin Antoniotti, who has been at WTAE since 2012, has been promoted by Hearst to head stations in Plattsburgh, N.Y., and Burlington, Vt.
Reality-TV star Abby Lee Miller, who was trying to hide her assets from bankruptcy proceedings, will be sentenced in October.
The longtime KDKA-AM broadcaster died at age 92 in December.
Questions answered about “Trailblazers,” “Today” and access to the CBC.
A yART Sale, an incubator for the new musical “Dear Boy,” jazz and more are on tap this week.
Is true love possible for Ben Higgins and Lauren Bushnell after “The Bachelor” cameras stop rolling?
Showtime’s new hourlong comedy introduces some promising characters; Netflix’s “Mindhunter” still needs extras.
Nathan Barnhouse is put in charge on tonight’s episode of “MasterChef.”
Abby Lee Miller indicates she will admit to bankruptcy fraud and related offenses next Monday.