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Amazon Prime Instant Video debuts its first live-action kids show, the leisurely paced "Gortimer Gibbon's Life on Normal Street."
NBC has scrapped a Bill Cosby comedy that was under development, and TV Land will stop airing reruns of “The Cosby Show.”
A media frenzy surrounds Nikita Khrushchev in a largely forgotten episode of mid-20th-century history in “Cold War Roadshow” on PBS.
NBC wants its own “Homeland” with Katherine Heigl’s “State of Affairs,” but the drama is unbelievable and too insular.
The new “Serial” podcast brings online communities together in exploring the facts of a whodunit.
Public television stations around the country face funding pressures and challenges in jumping to digital platforms.
After spending the year celebrating public television’s past, WQED and its funders have different views on its future.
Questions answered about Comcast On Demand, KDKA-TV and “Law & Order: UK.”
Pittsburgh bride Paloma DeNardis will be featured on TLC’s “Something Borrowed, Something New” next Friday.
Christmas comes earlier and earlier each year on TV because viewers tune in and don’t shy away from holiday programming.
Web series “Main” seeks to spark audience conversation and thought. Ellen DeGeneres launches video site. NPR revamps its music site.
The Benedum Center show on Jan. 8, 2015, will include Mark Ballas and Witney Carson from the ABC television series.
Based in Lawrenceville, Gay Life Television cuts the cable TV cord to reach new audiences on the Web and on Roku.
“Godfather of Pittsburgh” star Vince Isoldi says he’s just the star of a reality TV show and a businessman, not a mafia kingpin.
Another ginned-up reality show set in Pittsburgh, “Godfather of Pittsburgh” introduces the “Sopranos”-like Isoldi family to the nation.
Questions answered about “Crossbones,” “Vicious” and 4K television sets.
YouTube star Shane Dawson’s fans mobilized to vote for his critically savaged directorial debut, making him the winner of “The Chair.”
Pittsburgh’s Chris Jamison moves on to live rounds on “The Voice.”
“The Newsroom” and “Getting On” return to HBO; Pittsburgh-shot “The Chair” ends its run on Starz.
Getting four games for the price of one is just part of the value-added perks in the new “Halo” collection.
HBO's "The Comeback" makes a comeback, but is it worth revisiting? Plus, how producers decided to move the story forward.
Elijah Wood touts Pittsburgh’s extra frightening ScareHouse on “Late Night With Seth Meyers.”
Tom Magliozzi died Monday of complications from Alzheimer’s disease.
Questions answered about personnel changes at WPXI and WTAE, “Extant” and “Forensic Files.”
It was a good knight on the “Face Off” finale, but Pleasant Hills’ Talbot comes up short.
Officials and groups of students at WVU aim to keep after-game revelry from turning violent today.
The programming leading to Veterans Day begins Sunday with “Long Road Home: Tony’s Story,” followed by five more shows.
The slow TV movement gets a boost from HBO’s character-driven miniseries “Olive Kitteridge;” WPCB adds digital subchannel.
Genial new CBS sitcom "The McCarthys" has some strong comedic moments but falters with stale stereotypes.
The PBS series “Craft in America” has put together a thoughtful program in “Service,” which focuses on veterans.
Ms. Gill, who arrived in Pittsburgh three years ago after a stint with WEWS in Cleveland, anchors her last Pittsburgh newscast Nov. 7.
Norman Lear’s autobiography is short on deep-dive details from the TV trenches, but full of entertaining stories from his life beyond TV.
A medium that can deliver screams of terror comparable to a Wes Craven movie is the video game.
Questions answered on “Signed, Sealed, Delivered,” “The Real Housewives” and fewer episodes of cable shows.
Ross Township man’s journey on “The Voice” leads to a crowded house.
The sequel to Jane Austen’s “Pride and Prejudice” is missing the spark of the earlier PBS miniseries.
Special effects overwhelm character in the rejiggered pilot for NBC’s comic book adaptation “Constantine.”
Jerry Seinfeld’s “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee” is back for a fifth season. USC study monitors daily rhythms of Internet usage.
Mystery is in the air for “The Thin Man Comes to Pittsburgh.”
TruTV leaves its Court TV past behind and embarks on a recalibration to become a destination for comedy fans.