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The multi-part "Bonnie & Clyde" is the latest evidence that the success of "Hatfields & McCoys" has helped spur a miniseries revival.
While NBC airs "The Sound of Music Live!," I'm going to watch my 40th anniversary edition DVD of Julie Andrews in the lead role.
Noon news a tighter race in Pittsburgh.
Kirstie Alley, Rhea Perlman and Michael Richards stage a '90s sitcom reunion in TV Land's uninspired "Kirstie.
Three weeks after the cancellation of their conservative talk show, Jim Quinn and Rose Tennent will make their first public appearance.
WPGB-FM conservative talk hosts are scheduled to appear for the first time since their show's cancellation in November.
TNT's "Mob City" looks great and plays well but viewers will have to give it some time to get up to speed through its first two episodes.
Dominick "Guy" Chappie "had a great, velvety voice," a niece said. "And he had it to the end." He died at the age of 102.
Paul Matthews and Allen Lu of Pittsburgh put on the gloves and punch up the action on "White Collar Brawlers.
Known for years for her dramatic portrayal of C.J. Cregg on "The West Wing," Allison Janney flexes her comic muscles on her new series.
Our seasonal list of holiday favorites.
Doo-wop impresario T.J. Lubinsky takes a trip back to another musical era with "My Music: Classical Rewind.
"The Mentalist" moves forward without the specter of Red John hanging over every episode.
The Esquire Network's reality show has Pittsburghers ready to rumble.
"The Mentalist" may finally catch up with Red John and "ID Films" looks at a local case.
A "Star Wars" finale, a "Muppets" special and a new Christmas-themed dog movie are the TV highlights of Thanksgiving week.
The longtime lawyer and buddy of the King of Late Night tells the whole story of his complex boss.
He was also there to shoot teasers with WPXI's David Johnson and Lisa Sylvester.
After meeting with an advocacy group, MTV says it will edit some of the more racy, drunken behavior from its nurse reality show.
Bill Cosby, in his first filmed stand-up special since 1983, will do a 90-minute show at 8 p.m. Saturday on Comedy Central.
The comedic show takes place in an extended care unit and features Niecy Nash as a no-nonsense nurse.
BBC America looks at the creation of "Doctor Who" in the TV movie "An Adventure in Space and Time.
Former WTAE-TV host Del Taylor was a daily presence on screens in Pittsburgh homes.
"Simpsons" Trivia Night returns to Lawrenceville tonight in the new location of Franktuary.
Architect Henry Hornbostel's heart was in the buildings he designed for Pittsburgh.
Another Clear Channel talent, David "Bloomdaddy" Bloomquist, will host mornings on WPGB-FM from 6-10 a.m., effective immediately.
President Lincoln uses new technology to help win the Civil War and communicate with the public in "Lincoln@Gettysburg.
James Wolpert moves into the top 10 on NBC's "The Voice.
Using science to uncover the cause of "The Challenger Disaster;" plus trains rush through ice and snow in "Railroad Alaska.
TBS's new sitcom isn't nearly as funny as its studio audiences makes it sound.
'Almost' doesn't cut it in prime time: Fox's generic new series misses the mark for a sci-fi show that wants to be taken seriously.
Since the Post-Gazette printed David Conrad's piece in 2011, the actor received in the neighborhood of 1,000 emails from Pittsburghers.
"Scandal" song hits the right note with Pittsburgh musician Margie Balter.
New MTV partnership with Major League Baseball music to ears of Pirates' center fielder.
The network executives were left to wonder how viewers would react to the exceptionally rare correction.
National Geographic Channel's film adds little to our knowledge of this tragic episode.
The National Association of Clinical Nurse Specialists wants MTV to cancel its show starring Pittsburgh health-care workers.
'Pete's Christmas' appears on Hallmark Channel tonight at 8; "Raising Hope" returns; PCN to air "Voices of Veterans" profiles over weekend.
Quaker Valley High grad Dan Cortese is the new host of "Guinness World Records Unleashed" on truTV.
"Star Wars: the Original Radio Drama" has been re-released for a new generation.
TV show puts out a casting notice for participants and DJs to populate a North Side rave scene on Nov. 14.