A one-hour biography offers an uncritical, warm, upbeat look at the career of the sitcom legend.
Donna Lynne Champlin is among the stars of The CW’s well-reviewed musical comedy series “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend.”
Bill Cosby received an honorary degree from Pitt during Pitt-Johnstown's 2002 graduation, where he was commencement speaker.
FX’s limited series returns with a new time period but the same geographic setting and more terrific performances to boot.
Questions answered about Bravo’s “Odd Mom Out,” the fate of CBS’s “Zoo” and Grandpere on “Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood.”
Three generations of Carnegie Mellon University alumni are among the stars in season two of the FX drama series.
TV speakers come in many forms, from simple stereo soundbars to high-end soundbase systems with built-in powered subwoofers.
We’re loving Carnegie Museums brackets, haunted Pittsburgh, busy Niecy Nash and a “Sherlock” special on the way.
The CW’s musical comedy is one of few bright spots in the new fall TV lineup; “The Walking Dead” returns and ABC Family changes its name.
The final season debuts Jan. 29 on Cinemax.
WESA-FM experiments with shorter on-air pledge drive to whopping success.
The latest season of the Ryan Murphy series features an orgy, rape and grotesque murder scenes all in its first, Lady Gaga-starring hour.
After a frenzied auction, the Simon & Schuster imprint Gallery Books paid more than $8 million for Amy Schumer’s second attempt at a book.
Rob Owen answers questions about NFL highlight clips on local TV stations and another new local TV news set that’s in the offing.
Alicia is out on her own again and makes a new friend while Eli faces a new political foe on the seventh season premiere of the CBS drama.
Contestants on Syfy’s special effects/makeup competition created sideshow attractions, and Clairton’s Nora Hewitt scored in Top Looks.
Lots to still see, do and watch this weekend — Phipps flower show, South Side StepTrek, “Saturday Night Live” and HBO’s John Oliver.
“Unauthorized Story” movies devoted to “90210” and “Melrose Place” are set to debut.
Tammy Terwelp is leaving Pittsburgh’s NPR station for a job at KRCC in Colorado Springs; Comcast is launching a “’Watchable” service.
“Full Measure With Sharyl Attkisson” host says she is comfortable with making others uncomfortable, especially the powers that be.
Krista Marie Yu stars as teenager Molly on a new ABC sitcom and filmed a role in the filmed-in-Pittsburgh movie “Love the Coopers.”
Comic actor Ken Jeong headlines ABC’s terrible new Friday night sitcom.
Women on the homefront squabble and make jam in the easy-to-digest “Home Fires.”
President and CEO Deborah L. Acklin, board head William Caroselli and former board head W. Thomas McGough discuss WQED Multimedia’s future.
The “Magic Mike” star heats up the hallways while in town for anniversary gala.
Everything old is still old in CBS’s new medical drama with a strong cast but an abundance of cliches that make for unessential viewing.
Fox tries to revive its comedy brand with big names – John Stamos and Rob Lowe – but the results produce mild smiles rather than big laughs.
The Comedy Central host’s wide smile and upbeat demeanor are on display in his first outing.
Trevor Noah’s international background brings a new point of view to the Comedy Central series in the post-Jon Stewart era.
Ryan McGarry made a documentary about a real Los Angeles hospital and now he oversees a fictional ER drama.
Questions answered about WPXI’s news set, a missing regular on “The Five” and Pirates games on Root Sports.
Bringing to mind 1980s hit “The Jewel in the Crown,” this latest “Masterpiece” production looks great but moves slowly.
ABC pairs an old-school soap with a modern, soapy thriller on Sunday night.
Among those out of a job are on-air personalities Michael Bartley and Tonia Caruso.
Wesley Snipes has fun in NBC’s ludicrous melding of “Person of Interest” and “Las Vegas.”
NBC reboots a series that ran out of gas long before it ended in 2010, and the results, are somewhat better than expected.
Beyond star Morris Chestnut’s wide smile, there’s little to recommend about Fox’s new lead-in to “Empire,” which struggles at the start.
“Nanograms: Brief Messages From the Very Near Future” will explore aspects of technoculture and how it’s transforming people and society.
Former “NBC Nightly News” anchor Brian Williams returns to TV after his storytelling debacle.
ABC’s “The Muppets” may have the comedy fuel to go the distance but Fox’s “Scream Queens” burns through its politically incorrect gags fast.
His jokes at Hollywood’s expense didn’t always go over well with the audience in the theater, but they were largely funny if sophomoric.
It was nearly 100 degrees in LA, but stars still turned it out with classic black dresses, lots of sparkle and dazzling accessories.
Movie spinoffs “Limitless” and “Minority Report” hold more promise than “Blindspot” even though it’s the original among the three new shows.
Pittsburgh natives Don Roy King and Jim Emswiller picked up statuettes when the Creative Arts Emmy Awards were held Sept. 12 in LA.
Former Pittsburgher Craig Sweeny oversees one of CBS’s new fall series based on an existing media property.
Actor Dawan Owens takes advice from others that leads to a cross-country movie, a new career and work with Tyler Perry.
Questions answered on local TV news meteorologists, “As Time Goes By,” “Jesse Stone” and “Nurse Jackie.”
Emmy suspense: 'Mad Men' eyes a record; Viola Davis, Taraji Henson vie for history-making win at the 67th prime-time Emmy Awards.
WPXI and Duquesne University also took awards on Saturday.
CBS’s first attempt at a single-camera comedy this fall falls short of immediate success.