Kelly Sasso returns to Pittsburgh for WTAE-TV newscasts
Citing ‘disrespect’ from male producers, “Dance Moms” star Abby Lee Miller announces departure from show.
TV writer Rob Owen answers questions about grammar in local newscasts, The Weather Channel and “Sunday Housecall.”
The “NEBBY: Rick Sebak’s Tales of Greater Pittsburgh” series announced Thursday it will raise funds through a Kickstarter.com.
Stranger-than-strange trios were the challenge for super teams on Syfy’s “Face Off: All-Stars.”
ABC’s inferior high-concept comedy took the in-season slot that could have gone to Pittsburgh’s “Downward Dog;” TV Land launches “Nobodies.
Kathy Griffin to bring stories of her celebrity run-ins, and more, to PIttsburgh show
The 44th Daytime Emmy Awards will hand out its creative prizes April 28, with the rest on April 30.
The new trailer released Wednesday promotes the comedy special Red Nose Day, a fundraiser for children living in poverty.
The two-hour audition drew Chicago-area residents and visitors from Iowa, Wisconsin and Indiana.
CMU grad Lilli Passero steps into “The Voice” battle rounds
Mr. Trump’s budget revealed plans to eliminated funding for 19 agencies, including the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.
TV writer Rob Owen answers questions about local TV news, a British TV drama, “Columbo” and “The Walking Dead.”
The newest season of CBS’s reality race competition pairs strangers that include contestants with Pittsburgh connections.
The fact that so much of the action in the first two days occurs while the majority of Americans are at work sets March Madness apart.
Social issues come to the fore — but there’s still a mystery and sex! — in Fox’s new event series.
The 1969 testimony by the champion of responsible children’s programming inspires arts advocates through threats to federal funding.
The Pittsburgh broadcasting icon’s passionate defense of Public Broadcasting nearly 50 years ago is still relevant today.
The filmed-in-Pittsburgh comedy created by Pittsburghers Michael Killen and Samm Hodges will finally air in May.
Robert E. Kelly and his wife said their family tried to lay low after being overwhelmed with phone calls and messages.
The Netflix film’s stars include Trevante Rhodes, adult Chiron of “Moonlight” fame, and Alfre Woodard.
The hit Pittsburgh-set NBC drama wraps its first season tonight but will it reveal how Jack Pearson died?
A federal grand jury sitting in Manhattan is expected to soon hear testimony about business practices at Fox News.
The maker of Heinz ketchup is taking inspiration from Don Draper, a character in the popular cable television series “Mad Men.”
The White House has started using employees from conservative organizations as the pool reporter for the rest of the media.
The newsman has been off the air since Feb. 8.
John Lithgow headlines a consistently funny-goofy NBC legal comedy; a meteorologist leaves WTAE; local digital subchannels come and go.
Anchor announced her diagnosis on the air and on Facebook; says she will keep working.
Year-to- year, WTAE’s news programs saw the most growth while KDKA’s saw the most decline.
Questions answered on vacationing news anchors, laugh tracks, “Damien” and “Chain Reaction.”
Gino Anthony Pesi is promoted from recurring character to series regular on season two of NBC’s Jennifer Lopez cop show.
With Trump involved, people have a “bad taste and don’t want to participate” and boycotts followed, the former California governor said.
A new cast for ABC’s “Dancing With the Stars” brings a lot of talent, choreography skills to the mix.
Writer/producer Ryan Murphy’s latest production looks at the rivalry between divas Bette Davis and Joan Crawford.
In the latest retransmission battle, WTAE’s channels became unavailable to DISH subscribers on Friday.
The EU competition enforcer will decide by April 7 whether to clear the deal.
Netflix has released the first teaser trailer for shot-in-Pittsburgh FBI profiler drama series "Mindhunter" to premiere in October.
The media personality said she didn’t think she had the necessary experience to run the country, but now thinks differently.
New data suggests that as television series grow grander, more viewers are watching them on laptops, tablets and cell phones.
Brian Cullinan, overseer of the ballots, has been identified as the person who gave the wrong envelope to Faye Dunaway and Warren Beatty.
She was to be the headline speaker at #Burgh3.0 on March 16 but was advised by her attorney to avoid such talks due to upcoming litigation.
ABC’s “Dancing With the Stars” cast has two Pittsburgh connections.
A carriage agreement between Dish Network and Hearst Television — WTAE’s parent company — expires Wednesday at midnight.
Oscars host Jimmy Kimmel explains during his Monday show what happened in frantic final moments of Academy Awards broadcast
The retired California judge helped spawn and entire genre of courtroom-based reality shows.
Focusing on speeches given by the former President Barack Obama, this one-hour film stresses the importance of language and oratory.
TV writer Rob Owen answers questions about TV ad time, a Discovery Channel star and TV listings.