The National Endowment for the Arts and other conservative targets fight to remain budgeted.
HBO’s adaptation of the Liane Moriarty novel, starring Reese Witherspoon and Nicole Kidman, too often feels like a run-of-the-mill soap.
Questions answered about “Bates Motel,” “The Lawrence Welk Show” and WEPA.
ABC’s announcement about the next “Bachelorette” is striking some as “UnREAL.”
The spinoff series, debuting Sunday on CBS and later on CBS All Access, makes a strong case for this continuation show in early episodes.
Nearly a year after being fired by WTAE-TV, she has a huge following on her Facebook page and is about to launch a positivity website.
Prosecutors object to Abby Lee Miller, who once smuggled money into the country, being allowed to take a business trip to England.
Several people working on the hit drama have Pittsburgh connections, including the creator, a writer, set decorator and crew members.
John Sutton and Craig Weber join Pittsburgh Community Broadcasting Corp. in “key” administrative roles.
Questions answered about “Modern Family” and “Survivor.”
“Hidden Figures” and Taraji P. Henson had a big night at the NAACP Image Awards.
Let your fingers do the tapping in a new game based on the Lifetime reality show featuring dance instructor Abby Lee Miller.
Light legal drama features a winning cast and some enjoyably quirky characters but a major storyline that will prompt eye rolling.
Martin Sheen has briefly reprised his "West Wing" role as president in a new ad backing a Pennsylvania judge seeking election.
The public television station will use the money to wipe out its long-term debt and likely to boost up its endowment.
Pro-Trump political ads are urging constituents from all parties to phone their senators during this confirmation period.
Awards show will go heavy on performances, including a tribute to Prince.
DirecTV and Fox 53 blame each other for the dropped Super Bowl coverage.
“If you try to please everyone. You won’t please anyone,” said Steve Radick of ad agency Brunner, which created the controversial spot.
Questions answered about Channel 4’s Jackie Cain, AccuWeather Channel on FiOS TV, “This is Us” and “Anne of Green Gables.”
From the Air BNB “We Accept” spot to the 84 Lumber commercial featuring Mexican immigrants, the ads Sunday did’t seem to embrace Mr. Trump.
Television’s most fabulous hour reveals a lineup for Logo TV’s “RuPaul’s Drag Race.”
The FX series, based on an “X-Men” comic book spinoff, stars Carnegie Mellon University grad Rachel Keller, last seen TV’s “Fargo.”
A procedural drama based on Chelsea Cain’s novel “One Kick,” the first season of “Gone” will consist of 12 one-hour episodes.
The comments were an unusual start to the bipartisan breakfast.
Four Pittsburgh stations, including landmark KDKA-AM, are part of the deal.
The first season of “Gone” will consist of 12 one-hour episodes that will begin airing in late 2017 or early 2018.
NOVA will broadcast an entertaining look at new technology to produce safe, cheap and long-lasting batteries to power the modern world.
The songwriter penned the tune in two hours, and it set the tone for the sitcom about a single woman making a go of it in Minneapolis.
Questions answered about “Drunk History,” “The Great American Baking Show” and “Perry Mason.”
Pennsylvania film tax credits are benefiting myriad companies that have nothing to do with movie and TV filming in the state.
The gourmet cooking competition “Top Chef” will have an audition meet-and-greet at tako, Downtown, on Wednesday.
There’s a hint of promise in CBS’s “Superior Donuts,” but NBC’s “Powerless” is a laughless dud.
The dancer, who is a die-hard Steelers fan, calls her cookie entry foolproof. Rachel Ray said she was brave to make a dessert.