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She was a loopy, lovable comedian who launched a standup career with husband Jerry Stiller in the 1950s and found success as an actress.
Questions answered about online streaming vs. cable, how reality show stars cash in and “The Flash.”
In Pittsburgh, the bright lights of filming the action reality show “American Ninja Warrior” compete with the echoes of history.
No “MasterChef” apron for local home cook Alicia Giove; a Monaca woman’s story is a ratings winner.
It’s Hollywood on the Mon when “American Ninja Warrior” brings lights, cameras and a lot of action to the Carrie Furnaces site.
Broadcast networks roll out summer series featuring murderous children, astronauts’ wives, animal attacks, comedies and reality shows.
The end of “The Late Show with David Letterman” marks the end of an era in late night television.
After its success with "Hatfields & McCoys" and "The Bible," History again looks to history for its latest miniseries.
The annual Memorial Day concert is a highlight of this week’s programming.
AMC’s hit ended Sunday night with closure for just about all the main characters except Don.
AMC’s “Mad Men,” which inspired the period drama craze that followed on broadcast and cable networks, wraps up its eight-year run tonight.
Questions answered about “Dog & Beth: On the Hunt” and TV shows on DVD.
Including Wednesday’s show, David Letterman will have hosted 6,028 of his late-night broadcasts.
Penn Hills music teacher Alicia Giove and 39 other contestants will vie for 20 regular spots on the program.
Coming off its highest-rated season ever, The CW adds only one new show in the fall and holds its latest superhero series for midseason.
CBS ends "CSI" with a TV movie and adds three dramas and two comedies to its fall prime-time lineup.
Shearer, who has been a part of the “Simpsons” cast since it made its debut in 1989, announced via Twitter that he was leaving the show.
Fox’s mysterious “Wayward Pines” gets off to a strong start and offers answers to its central mystery early, but is the answer good enough?
Few changes and more time slot sharing highlight ABC’s stable fall 2015 schedule.
Ms. Tennent will host the 8-10 a.m. time slot, following Bill Bennett's "Morning in America" (6-8).
Fox ends “American Idol,” brings back “The X-Files” in January and builds a new Tuesday night in the fall.
The music reality show was once the most popular on U.S. television.
NBC shunts comedy to Friday, leaves “Blacklist” on Thursday in its fall 2015 schedule.
The trend toward more scripted TV series may be reaching a tipping point but networks continue to clamor for these original series.
Great music is the highlight of this otherwise disappointing biopic of blues singer Bessie Smith.
Questions answered about a familiar local TV news voice on “Better Call Saul,” the future of “Revolution” and “Cake Boss.”
Local teams tackle Esquire Network series “Friday Night Tykes”; “American Ninja Warrior” comes to Carrie Furnace May 22-24.
Netflix falters with disappointing throwback “Grace and Frankie;” “Bates Motel” suffers from lame B and C plots.
The singer-songwriter, who once performed here as part of “August: Osage County,” plays a sold-out show at Club Cafe on Tuesday.
The spots, which run online and through social media, debuted about a week ago with the hashtag #BeautyStory in a run-up to the holiday.
Ron Smiley arrives from the Fox affiliate in Indianapolis in late June.
The Steelers said nelson, a former defensive tackle with the team, is retiring from his TV duties.
Whitney played Yeoman Janice Rand in the first eight episodes before being written out of the series.
Nearly 100 years after his birth, Orson Welles endures a sharp rise to fame and sharp fall from Hollywood grace to ultimately stay on top.
Questions answered about “Downton Abbey,” “Doc Martin,” WEPA and the Tuned In podcast.
Former Steeler Hines Ward marches back into the “Dancing With the Stars” spotlight.
The exhibition starts at the beginning, with a page by Jack Kirby of the Marvel superheroes’ first appearance.
Voters in the Keep or Cancel poll pick a long-standing favorite series but give big props to a newer network.
A screenshot of an Instagram post -- since deleted -- showed a list of Freddie Gray's arrests for narcotics-related offenses.
HBO debuts the miniseries adaptation of J.K. Rowling’s “The Casual Vacancy,” a small town story with a too-quick conclusion.
“The Young and the Restless” shared the best drama series award with “Days of Our Lives” on Sunday night.
Jim Quinn returns to limited airwaves with a weekday show.
Questions answered about “Survivor,” “The Good Wife,” “Galavant” and a pregnant WTAE anchor.
The investigation, led by NBC News senior executive producer Richard Esposito, may be a factor in network’s decision to rehire Mr. Williams.