The use of video descriptions in NBC’s “The Wiz” marks the first time the technology has been used in a live U.S. entertainment broadcast.
The latest sweeps period ran Oct. 29-Nov. 25 and showed a marked decline in Nielsen ratings almost across the board.
Executive producer Lee Mendelson remembers the production potholes in making the first Peanuts TV special.
Questions answered regarding Steelers mania on local news outlets, “Fuller House” and “What Not to Wear.”
John Scarpino of Baldwin Boro will climb up chimneys and wrap gifts with other would-be Kris Kringles in a new reality show.
Newlyweds Joe Manganiello of Mt. Lebanon and Sofia Vergara are asking asking guests to make donations in lieu of wedding gifts.
No matter what your preference, there is surely something on the seasonal schedule to suit your tastes.
Pine-based producer T.J. Lubinsky has three more music shows on PBS in the next month; “Call the Midwife” airs a Christmas special.
Mr. Canary’s first taste of soap-opera drama came in 1965, when he was cast as Dr. Russ Gehring in “Peyton Place.”
NBC debuts two new comedies, “Superstore” and “Telenovela,” a month before they begin airing weekly.
National Geographic Channel debuts the four-hour drama “Saints & Strangers” as PBS offers Ric Burns’ documentary “The Pilgrims.”
Questions answered about weather coverage on local newscasts and the status of an actor on “Hawaii Five-0.”
Pittsburgh’s Christian Borle is part of “Broadway at the White House,” airing Thanksgiving night.
Amazon’s latest drama series looks amazing but the slow-moving plot needs more energy to suck viewers in for a binge.
WDVE-FM has been the team’s flagship station since 1999.
Krysten Ritter glowers appropriately in the dark new comic book-based series that shows signs of life and intrigue in its second episode.
A new Jim Henson production feels both dated and strident with too little puppet magic.
A puppet from the upcoming Lifetime movie will appear at Pittsburgh’s Light-Up Night Friday.
Pittsburgh native Ford Riley developed “The Lion Guard,” debuting Sunday with a 45-minute episode.
The tour bus will arrive at Primanti Brothers in Market Square around 4:30 p.m. Wednesday.
The Starz drama planned to film in Western Pennsylvania in early 2016 but has opted to move on due to the state budget impasse.
NBC’s new medical drama isn’t terrible but provides just TV comfort food. No matter — it will likely succeed.
The goal was to create a single entity after debt incurred by WYEP’s purchase of WESA had been "substantially reduced."
A new documentary on the Nazi leader's death is based on testimony collected by Michael Musmanno, the legendary Pittsburgh judge.
Questions answered regarding “Longmire,” “Laramie,” “Mythbusters,” “Life Below Zero” and “Catastrophe.”
Nate Barbera and his partner will pitch a chemical treatment that promises to restore length and shape to woolens shrunk in the wash.
Ugly sweaters, acrobatic cats and artistic prosthetic limbs — what more could you want?
The WGN America series will air Tuesday nights beginning Jan. 26.
AMC fights its way “Into the Bandlands,” and Esquire has a “Spotless” scripted TV record with its terrific first series.
Questions are answered about The Weather Channel, baseball on WGN America and TV’s golden age.
Chris Jamison, a Ross native, will sing in the holidays at the PSO’s annual Holiday Pops concerts next month.
Agent 007 swings into action, Timberlake and Stapleton wow the country crowd, and we sing the praises of Indian summer and Mr. Sax.
Web series-turned-ABC pilot “Downward Dog” will film locally in December with a “Fargo” star heading the cast.
“Flesh and Bone,” set in the New York ballet world, features a character from a working-class Pittsburgh family.
New quality TV comedies were in short supply this fall, but Aziz Ansari’s new streaming series does its part to fill that void.
The “X” stands for nothing new under the sun in TNT’s adventure drama.
The partnership kicks off with Stewart working on the current events content that will be refreshed multiple times a day, according to HBO.
Abby Lee Miller, formerly of Penn Hills and the owner of Abby Lee Dance Co. in Penn Hills, filed for bankruptcy in 2010.
Consumers can follow the path of new technology to creative platforms for experiencing entertainment.
University of Pittsburgh grad Maria Croyle is featured in the “Fighting Pandemics” episode of National Geographic Channel’s “Breakthrough.”
Questions answered regarding a CNN reporter, “The Walking Dead,” bleeped PBS programming and “Today” on WPXI.
A Indiana County couple, struck by tragedy in 2006, endures through faith. Oprah told their story, and their message of devotion grows.