It’s time for an extravaganza eleganza as “RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars” brightens up the runway.
Local stations move some shows around this fall but there are fewer new syndicated shows than usual; “Mindhunter” needs more extras again.
There’s much to master in the “MasterChef” kitchen. For Slippery Rock native Nathan Barnhouse, that includes making friends, and rice.
TV writer Rob Owen answers questions about “The Night Shift” and adapting novels for TV.
On a new NBC show debuting Tuesday, a whole world of adventure awaits a Pro Football Hall of Famer and his unlikely travel companions.
A homegrown, train-themed series fills the live-action void in children’s television; Showtime plans ahead.
Mike Oliveira came to WPXI in 2005 as executive producer and became managing editor four years later. In 2012, he was named news director.
The Olympics are helping the Peacock network crush its competitors in the ratings.
Network officials said the show just didn’t do as well in the ratings as they had hoped.
A baseball drama with a female pitcher may be a wild card for Fox; ABC readies a comedy with a special needs child.
WTAE shifted some assigned broadcasts among its weather team; sports changes the schedule of weekend morning news.
“No Tomorrow” and “Frequency” join The CW roster of superhero series.
Why would WESA-FM cancel its strongest local programming? We need an hour of civilized radio discourse in this town.
Actor and others with ongoing geek cred elevate Steel City Con in Monroeville, which remains a mecca for toys and collectibles.
Debuting in January, “Star Trek: Discovery” will have a woman lead and be set between “Enterprise” and the original series.
CBS’s family sitcom “Man with a Plan” is set in Pittsburgh; CBS faces questions about diversity and anti-millennial sentiment in fall shows.
KDKA-TV had 16 nominations, followed by 12 each for WPXI-TV and WQED Multimedia. Philadelphia's NBC10 led all with 29.
The Netflix streaming series from Baz Luhrmann offers terrific musical numbers but fails on plot coherency; “peak TV” phenomenon continues.
Recasting the iconic movie series is key to the Fox remake of “Lethal Weapon”; Hulu plots changes.
WTAE-TV and reporter Marcie Cipriani have been sued for ‘defamatory, libelous, slanderous’ comments in a December news report.
“The People v. O.J. Simpson” took home the most awards. “Mr. Robot” and “The Americans” also get TCA Awards.
Questions answered about “The Night Manager,” “Vikings,” Root Sports and setting the time on modern TV sets.
Slippery Rock’s Nathan Barnhouse survives another wild week on Fox’s “MasterChef.”
Mark Cuban says the next season features big deals, drunk sharks; Mt. Lebanon native Terri Minsky has a new series on Disney Channel.
"Sensory" was going to start production in the spring but unable to find lead actors, producers put it on hold until fall.
The former star of “24” headlines new ABC drama “Designated Survivor;” ABC renews its successful Sunday night summer game shows.
The heaven-set comedy stars Kristen Bell and Ted Danson; ‘80s adventure series “Voyagers” inspires NBC’s “Timeless.”
Creator of “This is Us” lived in Bethel Park as a child; Discovery’s “Manifesto” delays Pittsburgh shoot.
Maddie, who rose to fame on the Lifetime reality TV show “Dance Moms,” was named “Choice Dancer.”
“Downton Abbey” star Michelle Dockery changes it up to play a con artist thief in TNT’s “Good Behavior;” Pitt doc in PBS Zika documentary.
The premium cable network introduces new shows, including plans for a Jon Stewart series; Pitt professor on PBS Zika program.
“The Crown” follows the life of Queen Elizabeth II (Claire Foy) and her husband, Phillip (Matt Smith), in the nascent days of her reign.
TV writer Rob Owen answers questions about Root Sports, commercial breaks and TV shows on demand.
PBS’s Sunday night drama enters the post-“Downton Abbey” period; Ken Burns preps a new documentary set during World War II.
An Investigation Discovery show features Cranberry sisters Suzanne and Jean Vincent.
A documentary about the Broadway hit debuts in October; MTV revisits its archives; “Stranger Things” producers look ahead.
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.
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.”
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.
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?