More fallout in the Miss USA pageant: co-host Cheryl Burke leaves, Donald Trump calls NBC “weak”
Pennsylvania Lottery results move to WPXI.
Animals begin attacking humans in CBS’s preposterous, unintentionally funny summer drama “Zoo.”
The real estate mogul is one of many contenders for the GOP nomination for president.
“American Ninja Warrior” uses the former blast furnace as a backdrop.
The Western Pennsylvania native and University of Pittsburgh grad is now a series regular on OWN’s “The Haves and the Have Nots.”
Questions answered about a WTAE anchor’s name change, “Person of Interest,” “Longmire” and “Cash Cab.”
On “Alone,” the outdoorsmen encounter more mountain lions and bears and slugs, oh my.
Every episode of “The Daily Show” hosted by Jon Stewart will be shown on Comedy Central’s website leading up to his last day.
British co-production has the feel of a BBC America series more than that of a homegrown AMC program.
Independence Day programming is front and center on WQED.
USA’s intriguing new drama introduces a “Dexter”-like lead character but its pilot doesn’t provide many clues for what will follow.
He was known as a gregarious, friendly executive. Unless his principles were crossed.
The bus tour is a smaller version of the main audition tour and is intended to enable producers to hear more potential contestants.
HBO debuts two new comedies tonight that couldn’t be more different in tone.
A 1780s swashbuckler and a World War I field hospital drama join PBS’s Sunday night schedule for the summer.
Questions answered about KDKA’s Decades channel, Bob Beckel of “The Five” and Hallmark Channel’s “The Good Witch”
A self-described “nerdy and relatable” Greensburg woman gets her shot at a Travel Channel prize.
He built Comcast from a small cable TV system in Mississippi into an entertainment and communications behemoth.
Along the way, he helped create the role of the modern show business manager.
A media sensation when its first season aired early last year, “True Detective” returns Sunday for a tricky-to-pull-off second act.
The 12-year-old from Penn Township is temporarily living in Los Angeles while filming the show and video of her new single.
Williams has reached a tentative agreement that he would stay on at NBC but would assume a different role.
In a new USA cable drama, a devoted doctor gets caught between rival gangs as he tries to save a boy injured in a drive-by shooting.
Get ready to play a memory match game with the confusing pilot episode of ABC's new period drama.
Plum man tries to make it “Alone” on History show.
The longtime radio host will host the morning show on Q92.9/WLTJ-FM (92.9) starting July 6.
Jennifer Beals stars in “Proof” as a cynical doctor tasked with proving the existence of the afterlife.
The reporter is on-air here until June 26.
DeAnne Hamilton helped launch locally produced programs and series, including the signature "Essential Pittsburgh."
Questions answered about a departed WTAE reporter, a current Channel 4 anchor and the future of PBS’s “Sherlock.”
It’s a new city but the same problems as “Dance Moms” debuts its West Coast swing.
BBC America introduces 19th-century magicians in “Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norrell” and Syfy explores “Dark Matter” in its new space show.
Open call auditions will be held in Schenley Plaza, 4100 Forbes Ave., Oakland at 7 a.m., June 22.
Bravo’s “Odd Mom Out” scores laughs at the expense of the wealthy, making it an ideal companion to the “Real Housewives.”
The ceremony honoring Broadway’s best airs live at 8 tonight on CBS.
Questions answered about “Grantchester,” “CSI: Cyber” and “General Hospital.”
Because the Melissa George, the star of “Heartbreaker” is pregnant, NBC will replace that show on its fall schedule with “Chicago Med.”
Netflix’s “Sense8” is not so sensational but next week’s return of “Orange Is the New Black” gives reason for TV fans to rejoice.