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Brutal temperatures and snow equal toasty ratings in the latest local Nielsen sweeps period.
Mia Zanotti, who goes by the stage name “Mia Z,” performed “The Thrill Is Gone” at “The Voice” tryouts in Los Angeles.
Mr. Nimoy tried to escape his role as Spock on ’Star Trek’ but eventually embraced it, long after the TV series ended.
Mr. Nimoy’s wife, Susan Bay Nimoy, said the cause of death was end-stage chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
Reviewing CBS’s “Battle Creek,” ABC’s “Secrets and Lies” and the return of Netflix’s “House of Cards” for a busy TV weekend.
The crazy world of Saul Goodman and “Better Call Saul” is online; Web video re-creates Oscar-winning films using stock film footage.
Local producer TJ Lubinsky brings an iconic special to television after a 31-year absence.
Fox introduces an original comedy starring Will Forte that feels more like a cable cult show than a mainstream, broadcast network hit.
A Showtime documentary airing Saturday follows Lakers star Kobe Bryant as his career winds down.
WPXI’s Peggy Finnegan and David Johnson credit luck and niceness to their longevity as an anchor team.
Keith Olbermann was taken off his ESPN show for the rest of the week after a comment he made with regard to Penn Stage via Twitter.
A delightful musical number launched the Oscars telecast, but too many of host Neil Patrick Harris’ jokes didn’t live up to the opening.
'Better Call Saul' puts Albuquerque back on the map for tourists who enjoyed tours of “Breaking Bad” sites.
Questions answered about a WTAE weekend anchor, WQED’s World Channel and “The Affair” on Showtime.
The Television Academy said it was making numerous revisions to the Emmy Awards in order to reflect a changing television landscape
PBS’s “The Great British Baking Show” has been one sweet ride.
Triumph the Insult Comic Dog returns in a new sitcom; noon Mass is restored to WEPA-TV; “Outsiders” lands an insider.
With a few updates to make it more with the times, CBS revives “The Odd Couple” with a new cast.
RuPaul’s Drag Race 2015 Battle of the Seasons Condragulations Tour rolls into the Byham on Tuesday.
Even as “Two and a Half Men” ends with speculation that Charlie Sheen may return, CBS comedy impresario Chuck Lorre’s success continues.
“Modern Family” plans something new -- airing episodes that take place online.
From growing up in Pittsburgh’s Hill District to writing his 10-play cycle, playwright August Wilson is profiled on “American Masters.”
August Wilson discusses his craft in his own words in the PBS series.
Questions answered about “Bones,” HGTV’s “Flip or Flop,” “Finding Your Roots” and local TV news freelancers.
In Sportsman Channel's "Dropped" series, the Keefer Brothers are airlifted to remote locations armed with a compound bow and muzzleloader
The knives were out for Washington County’s “Todd the Bod” on the TBS reality series.
Also: “The Mentalist” and “Parks and Recreation” to air series finales.
Plus: WQED spotlights the local Italian-American community; podcast listening on the rise; iHeart Radio website a hit; PBS KIDS on YouTube.
“Banshee” joins WGN America’s “Outsiders” as prime-time TV series set to film in the region in 2015.
Feel-bad drama is filled with pompous, self-indulgent writing for a pack of odious characters.
The anchor has begun his six-month suspension from “NBC Nightly News” for making misleading comments.
"It's OK to be a flawed person because we're all flawed human beings," says Gabrielle Union, star of BET's "Being Mary Jane."
Pittsburgh’s own Zachary Quinto stars as the heavy in NBC’s “The Slap” and considers the future of “The Chair.”
Game columnist Max Parker took to the streets of Pittsburgh to surprise gamers with a look at the new device.
Brian Williams has been suspended without pay for six months.
“Community” star Gillian Jacobs makes her directorial debut with “The Queen of Code,” about techno-wiz Grace Hopper.
Disney Junior introduces a space-set adventure for preschoolers with “Miles From Tomorrowland.”
The creator of “Breaking Bad” returns with its prequel series, AMC’s “Better Call Saul,” which features a Pennsylvania native as a co-star.
Questions answered about “Continuum,” “The Millers” and “Family Feud.”
“Birdman” tops “Boyhood,” and “The Chair” scores honor for reality TV.
He called it “painfully apparent” that he has become a distracting news story amid questions about his memories of war coverage in Iraq.
Brownsville native Christian Conte keeps his calm amid the angry drama on the new Spike TV show, “Coaching Bad.”
The media should not be speculating about the gender identity of Bruce Jenner or anyone, national and Pittsburgh advocates stress.
AMC’s “Breaking Bad” spinoff “Better Call Saul” makes an auspicious debut; WEPA relaunches but without a daily noon Mass.
Beyond being derivative, the new drama about Russian agents, “Allegiance,” still feels fake.
As if Sunday night needed another great drama series, here’s another one anyway, HBO’s engrossing documentary series “The Jinx.”
New comedy starring Asian-American lead characters delivers diversity and laughs to prime time.
An overall theme for the Big Game’s commercials Sunday night was an emphasis on stirring up feelings, especially nostalgia.
Questions answered about “Wheel of Fortune,” Nielsen ratings, “Family Feud,” “Celebrity Name Game” and a former local sportscaster.
Mercer County teen Savannah Fitzgerald races with the boys on the new TruTV show “Kart Life.”