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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.
The Fred Rogers Company preps “Odd Squad” for PBS; wedding bells at “Two and a Half Men;” details on “Fargo” season two.
G‘Day, Bruce! Monty Python performs together for (probably) the very last time, and many get to see it on the big screen.
“The Simpsons” enters its 26th season with new adventures on broadcast and cable; FX renews “Fargo.”
Fox executives hope a Batman-less “Gotham” can help improve their ratings; TCA Award winners announced.
Although he was adept at drama and action, Mr. Garner was best known for his low-key, wisecracking style.
Green Tree native Zachary Quinto preps “The Chair” and a return to “Star Trek,” but he may not be back on the “Heroes” reboot.
Lifetime's “The Lottery” begins in Pittsburgh; “NCIS” spins off to New Orleans.
“Married at First Sight” offensive to some, and yet ...
Wentworth Miller, a Quaker Valley High School grad, will get a guest role on “Flash.”
A judge rules the Fox hit “Glee” has to change its name in the United Kingdom.
CBS introduces “Good Wife” companion “Madam Secretary” and considers its late-night options; “Facts of Life” cast members reunite.
Oprah Winfrey interviewed Matthew Sandusky on her television show about what it was like growing up with his father.
The “Scandal” and “Grey‘s Anatomy” network attempts a rebound by putting all its eggs in Shonda Rhimes’ basket on Thursday.
NBC hopes to score with winning comedy “Marry Me”; a Pittsburgh native lands a role in “Matador.”
A resurgent NBC gets behind a hoping-to-be resurgent Katherine Heigl in “State of Affairs;” details of the “Breaking Bad” prequel.
It’s a busy week in cable drama with the premieres of “Matador” on El Rey, “The Divide” on WEtv and “Satisfaction” and “Rush” on USA.
The shot-in-Pittsburgh docuseries “The Chair,” about the making of two movies, lands a premiere date; “The Comeback” comes back.
Too many quality TV shows means lots of deserving shows/actors were left out of the Emmy nominations.
The new season of “Hemlock Grove” arrives today on Netflix, delivering a fresh batch of gore and family dysfunction.
“Breaking Bad,” “True Detective” and “House of Cards” are among the drama nominees for the 2014 Emmys.
Discovery Channel's "Naked & Afraid" on titillation versus survival, Nat Geo is 'Going Deep' next week.
FX gets pulpy with vampire virus guilty pleasure “The Strain;” local man with chain saw in neck featured on medical show.
Halle Berry gets pregnant while on a one-year solo space mission, just one of the mysteries in CBS’s “Extant.”
Mt. Lebanon native and TV writer Terri Minsky segues from comedy to family drama with MTV’s “Finding Carter.”
The Artiaga family of California won‘t be “Famous in 12,” or famous at all, as The CW cancels the series.
Cable and broadcast networks plan a wealth of July comedy series debuts but the results are a mixed bag.
Rolf Harris was sent to jail for six years for repeatedly abusing young girls over decades as a beloved host of children‘s television.
Plum native Steven Fabian living his broadcast career ‘RightThisMinute.’
Pittsburgh-produced children’s show “Cappelli & Company” returns to TV after a 13-year absence.
PBS tries a sitcom with the British import “Vicious,” a broad, funny comedy starring Ian McKellen and Derek Jacobi.
Questions answered about On Demand programs, the competitive TV landscape and “Love It or List It.”
Mike Super focuses on the “spiritual energy” of an imaginary childhood friend for tryout on “America‘s Got Talent.”
“Under the Dome” reboots for season two; “Reckless” is somewhat aimless; WPGH gets getTV; Duquesne dean will appear on Nat Geo.
Unanswered questions hang over "The Leftovers," HBO's drama about a possible Rapture from a producer of "Lost."
ABC Family stretches the definition of “family” to the breaking point with two new comedies; Disney Channel revisits “Boy Meets World.”