It’s difficult to determine whether Wendy Bell’s absence has contributed to WTAE’s drop in the latest Nielsen sweeps ratings.
Using modern storytelling, producers try to draw a new generation of viewers to the “Roots” saga; Fox shuffles its fall schedule already.
The “Pink Panther” films brought Mr. Kwouk greater visibility than many other British actors of Asian descent at the time.
“Dog Bytes” first season will be screened Friday at the Oaks Theater, Oakmont, giving people a chance to see the series on the big screen.
Here are some highlights and lowlights from the Billboard Music Awards.
Based on a comic book, this darkly funny, violent drama mixes the supernatural with questions of faith.
As the season finale approaches, a producer reflects on filming in Beaver County the Esquire Network show about youth football.
“Supergirl” flies from CBS to The CW, joining three other superhero shows; CBS adds more comedies.
Mr. Safer did 919 stories in his 46 years at ”60 Minutes,” where he ”was a fixture, one of our pillars.”
Historically, CBS soared with comedies on Monday and the network returns to a four-comedy block on Mondays in the fall.
“Dancing With the Stars” might be over for Steelers’ Antonio Brown, but his waltz with fame continues.
Pittsburgh can raise a glass of moonshine in honor of “Outsiders Day,” declared in honor of the TV series in an event with star David Morse.
The alphabet network has a new four-show comedy block on Tuesday but will hold the shot-in-Pittsburgh series “Downward Dog” until midseason.
In addition to “24” and “Prison Break” remakes for 2016-17, Fox also plans TV versions of “Lethal Weapon” and “The Exorcist.”
Mr. Pierce, a Hillary Clinton supporter, allegedly began arguing with a Bernie Sanders supporter and her boyfriend at an Atlanta bar.
But the peacock network will have plenty of new shows for 2016-17. The network is just saving most of them for midseason.
The Steeler and partner Sharna Burgess will not be in next week’s final, tripped up in a double-elimination Monday night.
The influx of original scripted series continues on cable networks and streaming services this summer.
Questions answered about local TV news practices and the status of prime-time shows “Hindsight” and “Aquarius.”
Travel Channel’s “Mysteries at the Museum” features Carnegie Museum of Art’s Van Gogh painting.
Premiere dates for returning broadcast, cable and streaming series.
Mr. Schallert died Sunday at his home in Pacific Palisades, Calif., said his son, Edwin. He was 93.
Allison Tolman stars in the comedy about a woman and her talking dog.
The Steelers wide receiver got a wake-up call when he and partner Sharna Burgess were among the lowest-scoring teams the previous week.
Viewers want to know why the background music on TV shows makes it so difficult to hear the dialogue.
Questions answered about Brian Williams’ role at MSNBC and political season jargon.
National journalism fellowship named after Pittsburgh native, former WTAE-TV vice-president and general manager Fred Young.
Game shows, a new dating series and a variety show are on tap for the networks’ summer months.
PEOPLE: CMU Originals, Lupita Nyong’o, Bono, Kit Harington, Oprah Winfrey, Steve Harvey, Britney Spears
All-male a cappella group finishes second in international competition; ”Game of Thrones” star has a lot to say about Sunday’s episode.
Antonio Brown is part of “Team James Brown” en route to staying alive on ”Dancing With the Stars.”
Period procedural has little spark; Netflix orders another “Wet Hot American Summer.”
Questions answered about Hallmark Channel on demand and “The Good Wife.”
“Dancing With the Stars’ ” Sharna Burgess plays mind games this week to fire up her partner’s competitive edge.
“Sports Detectives” tries to prove what happened to the ball from Franco Harris’ famous 1972 catch; Fox orders a new “24.”
KDKA-TV’s ‘consummate’ newsman signs off after 36 years on Friday.
The actor, a star of the OWN TV series ”Greenleaf,” will celebrate August Wilson by performing in Pittsburgh Playwrights’ April 27 reading.
On a night for recreating famous dances, Kevin Bacon’s iconic ”Footloose” number would be Mr. Brown’s finest to date, and yet, there it was.
Questions answered about “Suits,” “Madam Secretary,” “Appalachian Outlaws” and the American “Top Gear.”
Peters native Robert Burns looks sharp, but he doesn’t move on to the final round on History’s “Forged in Fire.”
Why it’s sometimes difficult for TV viewers to distinguish dialogue from background music and possible remedies.
Like Conner, Berry has battled Hodgkin lymphoma. The two have spoken on the phone in the past but had not met until Wednesday.
WQED’s latest election installment addresses national security.
Near the end of a report on brush fires, reporter Ross Guidotti stumbled in his delivery and said something best ”bleeped” on TV.
The television station’s report on fire response times in Pennsylvania was among 10 winners announced Tuesday.
The Steeler and dance partner Karina Smirnoff zipped through a cha cha to “Son of a Preacher Man” on ”Dancing With the Stars.”
As the first season ends, three Pittsburgh actors discuss their parts, how they got them and what having a TV drama means for the region.
The weird and the wonderful all are part of the Pittsburgh’s public access world of PCTV21.
Questions answered about a Steve Urkel TV spot, the whereabouts of shows on KDKA-TV and “This Old House Hour” on WQED-TV.
Looking sharp is the name of the game when Robert Burns, who grew up in Peters, competes on History’s “Forged in Fire.”
Kerry Washington stars as Anita Hill in the HBO movie about the 1991 Supreme Court confirmation hearings for Clarence Thomas.