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Pittsburgh breakthroughs are highlighted in Ken Burns’ “Cancer: The Emperor of All Maladies,” to air today through Wednesday.
Three new Bible-inspired TV programs air over the next week: “Killing Jesus,” “The Dovekeepers” and “A.D.: The Bible Continues.”
Questions answered about local stations’ digital subchannels, “Under the Dome” and Bible-based TV shows.
Get ready for the weekend with these things to check out.
Kiski Area High School sophomore Mia Zanotti is still knocking ’em out on NBC’s singing competition.
The Post-Gazette’s annual Keep or Cancel? poll kicks off, giving viewers the chance to pick which shows they would renew or put to bed.
The show is scheduled to air at 4 p.m. on WTAE-TV.
Swissvale native Billy Gardell hosts the new weekly game show “Monopoly Millionaires’ Club,” which has a lottery tie-in.
Mia Zanotti, 16, lives in Hyde Park, Westmoreland County and is a sophomore at Kiski Area High School.
Questions answered about KDKA-TV’s new set, WPXI’s Damany Lewis and A&E’s “Godfather of Pittsburgh.”
The late-night TV apple cart is in upset again with departures and new arrivals, including a new host for CBS’s “Late Late Show.”
"Damages"-style flash forwards and dark character turns highlight the dark-themed but brightly-lit beach-set Netflix drama "Bloodline."
Squirrel Hill native Marty Allen turns 93 and celebrates by performing two shows at a Las Vegas casino.
It seems somewhat unreal that Lee Daniels and Taraji P. Henson got together for the TV series “Empire.”
NBC’s “One Big Happy” is actually a pretty sad sitcom; a new season of NBC cast-off “Community” generates some laughs for Yahoo.
Questions answered about “Ripper Street,” “True Detective” and WGN America on Comcast.
Hyde Park’s Mia Zanotti is still hitting the high notes on NBC’s “The Voice.”
E! gets into the scripted series game with soapy (overheated?) “The Royals” and celebrations for Mister Rogers and Arnold Palmer scheduled.
Pittsburgh native Ben Jones oversees FXX’s “Animation Domination” and created one of its series.
Who will play Hillary Clinton on “Saturday Night Live"? Kate McKinnon — a 31-year-old cast member — will fill that well-worn pantsuit.
The monthly show, which examines environmental issues, is hosted by Wanda Guthrie and Gabe McMorland.
Goodbye, Jim Cantore bending into a hurricane. Goodbye, winter storm “Thor.” Goodbye, “Fat Guys in the Woods” reality TV programming.
Kiski Area High School student Mia Zanotti -- "Mia Z' when she's on stage -- is only 16 but she's standing tall on NBC's "The Voice."
Connor Michalek of Hampton, a huge WWE fan who died at 8 years old of a rare tumor, won the hearts of wrestlers during backstage visits.
Lauren Morelli will be the keynote speaker at the first Crossroads Conference for Women in Pittsburgh.
Questions are answered about a former KDKA-TV anchor, “Bates Motel,” TCM and “Deadliest Catch.”
“Orange Is the New Black” co-producer/writer Lauren Morelli comes to town; Pittsburgh Playwrights presents “Dinah.”
Netflix scores with its first original comedy series, NBC cast-off “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt,” and A&E remakes “The Returned.”
USA launches a conspiracy thriller event series that will feel overly familiar and ridiculous to frequent entertainment consumers.
Admirable but bleak, ABC's new drama follows a single criminal case from multiple points of view.
There’s not much new under the procedural sun in the latest cyber-themed “CSI” spinoff starring Oscar-winner Patricia Arquette.
Tony nominee Tonya Pickins, filmmaker John Sayles and writer Azar Nafisi are among the speakers at the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust-CMU event.
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.