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?
Top moments from Sunday’s BET Awards included musical tributes and discussion of gun violence, presidential politics and civil rights.
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.
Reps. Scott Peters and Beto O’Rourke provided footage of the sit-in through Periscope and Facebook, and C-SPAN picked up those feeds.
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.
The anchor was fired in late March after posting controversial comments on Facebook about a mass shooting.
Abby Lee Miller, who already is facing charges of bankruptcy fraud, is now charged with money laundering.
Set at a Memphis megachurch, the drama features OWN founder Oprah Winfrey in a recurring role.
Questions answered about the fourth hour of “Today,” “Poldark,” “Vicious” and “Royal Pains.”
Nathan Barnhouse snatched victory from the jaws of defeat on Fox’s “MasterChef” this week.
Almost lifetimes apart, legendary TV producer Norman Lear, 93, and his fourth child, 27, still have a special father-son connection.
Trump’s ban of media outlets leading to reporter detours on the campaign trail.
“Lego Star Wars: The Freemaker Adventures” goes for laughs; CMT picks up “Nashville;” Larry David opts to do more “Curb Your Enthusiasm.”
The Grammys will air on CBS through 2026 thanks to a new deal with the Recording Academy.
New comedic drama from the creators of “The Good Wife” offers a lighter-than-air tone that can’t keep the show or its characters grounded.
Questions answered about TV news music cues, “Ripper Street” and cast changes to “Crossing Lines” and “American Restoration.”
With 16 nominations, the Founding Fathers musical is a safe bet in almost every musical theater category.
The exhibit brings Daniel Tiger’s neighborhood to life with the elements of imaginative and emotional exploration consistent with the show.
Ellen Barkin stars as a manipulative matriarch of a Southern California crime family in the latest series from the producers of “Southland.
Beyond TV, the new online technology allows stations to enter a brave new world of reporting the news.
Steelers Ben Roethlisberger, Hines Ward and Brett Keisel joined JoJo Fletcher in her quest for love.
Questions answered about “Outsiders,” “Mythbusters,” “Mysteries of Laura” and cable channel changes.
A famed resort in Fayette County is the backdrop to romance and drama in Tuesday’s episode of “The Bachelorette.”
AMC’s latest series traffics in TV drama clichés; Carol Burnett clip show debuts on PBS.
Could Anderson Cooper be Michael Strahan’s replacement on “Live! With Kelly and Michael”?
With KDKA anchorwoman Susan Koeppen and Penguins on a roll, hockey fans can say “YES!” to this lucky dress.
It is a collection of stations that harnessed the novel power of satellite television to become the world’s largest religious network.
Questions answered about local TV news, “Resurrection” and “American Crime.”
Nathan Barnhouse is hoping to cook up a lengthy run on Fox’s “MasterChef,” which returns on Wednesday.
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.