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Mr. Krenn, last heard on local airwaves in December 2011, joins the KDKA Morning News with Larry Richert and John Shumway from 8 to 9 a.m.
The lightweight “Mysteries of Laura” may prove enjoyable to some, but not true mystery lovers.
Fox takes a page from “The Fault in Our Stars” for a teen drama about patients in a hospital pediatric ward.
Pasta for breakfast? Time for the annual Spaghetti Breakfast, Friday at Heinz Hall Garden Plaza
This season PBS’s stalwart “Sesame Street” is brought to you by the numbers 4 and 5 as it celebrates its 45th year on the air.
Nearly three decades after Joan. Rivers’ brief run on Fox, the late-night network landscape remains entirely male.
Questions answered about severe weather cut-ins, the whereabouts of a WTAE personality and the timing of the “Deadliest Catch” aftershow.
Wonder when your TV favorites will be back? Here are their return dates:
There’s nothing new this fall that’s as egregious as last fall’s Fox clunker, “Dads.”
A few worthwhile shows and a greater emphasis on diversity make the start of the 2014-15 TV season better than past fall seasons.
Once the radio home of standards and gentle hosts, WJAS has been turned into syndicated conservative talk, leaving loyal listeners livid.
They’re raising cattle and “Farm Queens” in Leechburg.
Michael Che has replaced Cecily Strong as “Weekend Update” co-anchor on “Saturday Night Live.”
PBS mainstay Ken Burns returns with his latest opus, the 14-hour series “The Roosevelts: An Intimate History.”
“Sports Jeopardy!” debuts on Crackle while Garth Brooks launches an online music store called GhostTunes.
The walking dead move faster in Syfy's low-budget, entertaining zombie show -- "Z Nation."
Judge Judy Sheindlin, the highest paid person on TV, is offering her new book, “What Would Judy Say,” for free to anyone who wants it.
The “mystifier” appears on tonight’s live performance final — and he has 90 seconds to make his magic happen.
Post-Gazette TV writer Rob Owen answers reader questions online every Friday in Tuned In Journal blog at post-gazette.com/tv.
The latest version of EA Sports’ NHL game focuses on graphics but hasn’t perfected modes for new consoles.
Pittsburgh rolled out the red carpet last Thursday night for a premiere of the new Starz docu-series, "The Chair."
Mr. Herzog shared the news during a Q&A at the Brooklyn Academy of Music on Thursday evening, according to Flavorwire.
Meredith Vieira joins a crowded daytime syndication lineup, which also sees an upgrade for "Steve Harvey" in Pittsburgh on WTAE.
Fox attempts to launch a new reality series in the fall, a season networks generally avoid reality TV experimentation.
Here come the brides! Pittsburgh is the focus of this week’s TLC reality program, “Four Weddings.”
Emmy-winning HBO movie is another winner for Bethel Park native Scott Ferguson.
Oh Edna, we hardly knew ye. And so, “The Simpsons” marathon draws to a close today on FXX.
Houdini’s greatest trick might have been staying in the public eye all these years, says city native and illusionist Michael Grandinetti.
Questions answered about “White Collar,” TV Land programming and ads in nightly national newscasts.
Filmed-in-Pittsburgh reality competition chronicles two first-time directors making movies in Pittsburgh, Shane Dawson and Anna Martemucci.
Pittsburgh looks great in “The Chair,” a “Project Greenlight”-like moviemaking show that’s more soap opera than reality competition.
“We fell in love at Channel 16,” recalled Ricki Wertz. “Several of the WENS staff members got married, including Tom and I.”
“SpringFace” is no Facebook but at least Lisa Simpson has friends
And for his next trick: Pittsburgh’s Mike Super to compete in “America’s Got Talent” finals.
That opening credits couch gag from Banksy — as Homer would say “When did THAT happen?”
Jim Quinn and Rose Tennent posted on Twitter that they declined an offer to join WJAS-AM.
With the quality shows on the air, some consider this the golden age of TV; ABC plans a “Frozen” special; “The Chief” debuts on WPXI.
“Spider-Pig, Spider-Pig!” Turns out, the “Simpsons Movie” is even better than “Under the Dome.”
Critical hit comes with a decent collection of bonus features.
"Sopranos" creator David Chase tells Vox that the HBO mobster survived.
"The Simpsons" takes another gaze into the crystal ball with "Future-Drama."
“Madden NFL 15,” released Tuesday, is looking for redemption after “Madden 25’s” disappointing showing.
Three “Treehouse of Horror” episodes in one day! One’s at 12:30 a.m. so you probably missed it already? D’oh!
“Breaking Bad” wins big Monday night at the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards.
Winners of the 66th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, given out Monday night.
The 2014 Emmy telecast proved to be a mostly well-paced, comedy-fueled celebration of television.
They kept it classy with sophisticated silhouettes and muted hues that were balanced by a range of reds and a smattering of sparkles.
“America’s Got Talent” gives second chance to Pittsburgh “mystifier” Mike Super.
Former WJAS talent Chris Shovlin to host a morning show with Cris Winter on WISH 99.7.
Where’s Mr. Plow when you need him? Springfield Elementary is snowed in, and the students revolt.