Stephen Colbert keeps details quiet on how he’ll evolve ‘The Late Show,’ but expect more emphasis on news and politics.
“Doc Martin” star Martin Clunes takes on a new role as Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
Drama series is more good than great but it benefits from a talented cast and central mystery.
Mia Z and Luke Wade team up to make music to help find a breast cancer cure and will perform tonight at Pittsburgh Winery.
“Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood” episodes are now available on Netflix.
Questions answered about “Resurrection,” a “Mad Men” finale stunt and Penn Jillette’s appearance on “Jeopardy!”
Retired late-night comedian and IndyCar team co-owner David Letterman re-examines his love of the sport following Justin Wilson's death.
The digitally savvy will be able to enjoy a 360-degree, virtual-reality experience during the MTV Video Music Awards preshow.
Discovery Channel and National Geographic Channel, have reversed course in getting serious about science/natural history programming.
The emotional crescendo of WDBJ-TV’s “Mornin’ ” show came when two anchors and a weatherman joined hands to mark a moment of silence.
Better-than-expected “The Carmichael Show” embraces contemporary issues in politically incorrect ways.
TNT continues to try to find a successful cop show, this time launching a 1960s-set drama from writer/actor Edward Burns.
ABC Family’s “Monica the Medium” focuses on a Monica Ten-Kate, who says talking to dead people doesn’t make her “crazy,” just different.
“The Walking Dead” spawns a West Coast-set spinoff/prequel in “Fear the Walking Dead.”
Questions answered about “The Following,” “Iron Chef America,” “Mad Men,” local news exhortations and nightcrawlers.
Grant Bar & Restaurant and Minerva Bakery are among the good pie places and great bakeries in Rick Sebak’s latest TV specials.
It’s ready, set, BAKE, as “The Great British Baking Show” returns on Sept. 6; Clairton’s Nora Hewitt avoids the ax on “Face Off.”
More than 30 appraisers will assess the historical significance of items and provide a verbal assessment of their value on Aug. 30.
"Ask This Old House" episode featuring Squirrel Hill house to air next Saturday.
The Oscar-nominated actor testifies about accusations of abuse against his ex-wife as he asks an L.A. court to undo his divorce settlement.
AMC’s “Fear the Walking Dead” shows promise and some concerns about how it could be too much like the original; “Survivor’s Remorse”
WESA adds BBC World News Hour in the morning at 9 a.m., replacing repeat of NPR “Morning Edition.”
Patrick Stewart is Walter Blunt, a Piers Morgan-like cable TV news star with multiple addictions and a wildly narcissistic personality.
A parody show starring Fred Armisen and Bill Hader lovingly mocks documentary films including “Grey Gardens” and “The Thin Blue Line.”
Over the course of his long career, Washington, Pa. native Alan “Bud" Yorkin won six Emmy Awards, a Peabody, a Sylvania and a Director's
The document released by prosecutors in Indianapolis said the allegations involve at least 12 minors who appeared in pornography.
Western Pennsylvania native Joe Kenda recounts his past cases and adjusts to fame on Investigation Discovery’s “Homicide Hunter.”
When it comes to making a show about Pennsylvania, there’s no place like shooting in Vandergrift.
The Peacock network won the season but with steep ratings declines; plans are ahead for new comedies, just not many this fall.
All in a day’s work for “Banshee”: there will be blood.
Three Post-Gazette former interns give their take on the best end-of-summer TV binge watching.
Pittsburgh’s “American Ninja Warrior” obstacle course is daunting, but Ron Schmidt qualified for the Las Vegas finals.
Under a new five-year deal, the next five seasons of “Sesame Street” will premiere on HBO and its assorted platforms.
NBC is calling “Heroes Reborn” a 13-episode event series.
After 31 years on the job, Mark Barash is retiring from WPXI and PCNC, but he says he still plans to remain in the work force.
Also, CBS shows have Pittsburgh ties and The CW plans ahead.
“Lost” and “Walking Dead” alums face off against an alien-installed government.
Up joins the scripted series race with family/procedural hybrid “Ties that Bind” tonight; Stephen Colbert readies his CBS “Late Show.”
WTAE, KDKA lead regional Emmy list with 18 nominations apiece
The new “Late Show” host is tight-lipped about specifics of format.
One executive producer grew up in Squirrel Hill; the other went to medical school at the University of Pittsburgh
CBS executives hope their newest superhero flies high in ratings; WTAE announces dates for the Project Bundle-Up online auction.
Will not follow Netflix model with new original episodes; “The Chair” and Jon Hamm take home TCA Awards.
Questions answered about “Sirens,” “In an Instant,” “The Jim Gaffigan Show,” weather coverage and WQED’s digital subchannels’ listings.
Zombies are on deck for upcoming themed cruises leaving ports in Florida next year.
The TCA announced its 2015 Awards winners which included shot-in-Pittsburgh docu-series "The Chair."
Paige Spara, a 2008 graduate of Washington High School, portrays an office mate in an awkward work situation in a new ABC Family comedy.
The forecast for Funny or Die’s “America’s Next Weatherman”: predictable reality show drama with occasional periods of laughter.
He broke the rules and redefined rock ’n roll radio in Pittsburgh.
The anthology’s second season, starring Ted Danson and Patrick Wilson, explores new crimes through new characters.