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The Capaldi Era of the 50-year-old sci-fi series begins with the season eight premiere tonight on BBC America.
“Utopia’s” cast of pioneers is released. These people are going to create a new society?
BBC America debuts the puzzling, clear-as-mud “Intruders”; Nielsen dishes data on Pittsburgh TV viewers.
Things get spacey when guest star Leonard Nimoy drops by Springfield in “The Simpsons” episode “Marge Vs. the Monorail.”
Ay carumba! A 552-episode “Simpsons” marathon starts Thursday on FXX.
Winners are marked with an “X” on the PG list of major-category nominees for the Primetime Emmys.
Sweeps ratings mean a lot to TV stations competing for advertising dollars.
Contestants Adrian Romoff and Mike Super are out in the quarterfinal round.
Longtime Pittsburgh broadcaster Sally Wiggin will be inducted into the Pennsylvania Association of Broadcasters Hall of Fame in the spring.
“Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood” returns for season two with a new character named after Fred Rogers’ mentor; SEC Network arrives on Comcast.
At least three current shows have found a home, at least partly, in the grim penitentiary setting.
WDDZ-AM is part of the station group up for sale by Radio Disney network.
Zombies, monsters and Addamses walk among the faithful for a weekend of thrills and chills in Bethel Park.
Investigation Discovery’s “Heartbreakers,” stars ‘80s and ‘90s prime-time stalwarts re-creating tales of real-life crimes.
Pittsburgh chef and former “Hell’s Kitchen” standout Elise Wims returns to TV tonight with NBC’s “Food Fighters.”
Actor Sean Bean, killed off in HBO’s “Game of Thrones” and ABC’s “Missing,” gets to live as the hero in TNT’s “Legends.”
WTAE-TV and KDKA-TV lead local stations with 25 Mid-Atlantic Emmy nominations each.
Shark Week is ready to chomp down on the nation’s TV screens again this week. And that means David Shiffman is sharpening his harpoon.
A CBS survey of 700 people in the U.S. last year found that 28 percent said they’re watching more television.
Answers to questions about the fate of CBS’s “Intelligence,” “The Crazy Ones” and “The Millers.”
The “Office Lady” toughs it out on CMT’s “Broken Skull Challenge.”
Starz debuts a sometimes slow, often talky fantasy romance, “Outlander;” WQED drops “The Lawrence Welk Show” reruns.
WQED’s former president and CEO George Miles stopped by the board meeting Thursday to present a $10,000 check from Wesco to the station.
Cinemax moves on from action-adventure with the bloody, period hospital drama "The Knick" directed by Steven Soderbergh.
From Aug. 8-10, some of pop culture’s most beloved characters will gather to meet fans at the Monroeville Convention Center.
Mr. Bogut, a broadcaster for 60 years, and Mr. Cardille, with a mere 57 years experience, signed off from WJAS on Wednesday.
Sequels, reboots and our penchant for nostalgia are threatening the small screen, and TV lovers everywhere should be concerned.
“Extant’ will air its Season 1 finale on Sept. 17 at 10 p.m., rather than Sept. 24.
Robert Kennedy Jr. and "Curb Your Enthusiasm" actress Cheryl Hines are now husband and wife.
University of Pittsburgh professor Joel Brady climbs to new heights on the NBC summer hit “American Ninja Warrior.”
Questions answered about “The Amazing Race,” “CSI:NY” and the local rollout of Verizon’s FiOS TV.
“Pittsburgh’s Hidden Treasures” expects to draw a big crowd — and antiques — to Heinz History Center.
Jane Pauley will fill in Aug. 10 for Charles Osgood on “CBS News Sunday Morning” and the next day on “CBS This Morning” for Gayle King.
“The Killing” moves to Netflix for its final melancholy-filled season; FX introduces a new Kelsey Grammer-Martin Lawrence sitcom.
Sundance TV scores with a smart, sophisticated and perhaps uncomfortably timely political thriller.
Mac Miller talks about his MTV2 show “Most Dope Family,” the mixtape “Faces” and a forthcoming album.
CMU’s Scott Sandage helps actor Jesse Tyler Ferguson trace his family history on “Who Do You Think You Are?”
Syfy’s silly sequel to last year’s guilty pleasure, “Sharknado,” heads east and leans more toward comedy.
KDKA-TV hires Rich Walsh as a TV sports reporter/anchor; Jodine Costanzo leaves WPXI for a job in advertising sales.
Burning TV questions answered about “Doc Martin,” the use of YouTube footage by local TV news stations and the fate of “Community.”
New season of Syfy’s “Face Off” is a matter of “Life and Death.”
WGN America takes a left turn from witches in “Salem” to a smarter, more ambitious period drama about the Manhattan Project.
"Downton Abbey" cast talks season five; Fox remakes "Broadchurch" as "Gracepoint" for fall.
Comedy's most likable jerk comes to Heinz Hall on Saturday.