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Mercer County teen Savannah Fitzgerald races with the boys on the new TruTV show “Kart Life.”
The series “Outsiders” follows the Appalachian Farrell family, who, according to WGN America, live off the grid and above the law on a
PBS revisits classic literature in the second season of “Shakespeare Uncovered” and NBC plots a move for “The Blacklist.”
Rachel L. Greenblatt, speaking at Congregation Emanu-El Israel, addressed the presence and absence of American Jews in the TV industry.
Why are women the ‘weaker’ sex when it comes to portraying characters on television dramas?
Murrysville’s Maddie Ziegler is on her toes as dance takes her around the world.
The new one-hour drama “Supergirl” is the latest in a flurry of TV shows based on comic book superheroes.
Questions are answered about fill-in weathercasters, broadcasting trials in Pennsylvania, “Sirens” and “Rachael Ray.”
ABC, NBC and Fox have a higher percentage of blacks in prime time than there is in the general population — a significant change over 1999.
Washington County’s Todd Landree makes the journey to “Nerdvana” for the TBS show “King of the Nerds.”
History goes for blockbuster style in “Sons of Liberty,” and ABC’s “Galavant” gallops to its season finale.
The golden glow for Pittsburgh native Michael Keaton and others continues with the SAG Awards set for Sunday night at 8 in Los Angeles.
“Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood” is re-created in an exhibit opening today.
Fox premieres "House" retread "Backstrom" with a star of "The Office;" CBS's sitcom "Mom" gets dramatic (again!).
These days TV shows thrive by killing off characters and sometimes the more beloved the better.
The WQED-“American Masters” co-production documentary on August Wilson is previewed, and Pittsburgh’s Billy Porter loves Fox’s “Empire.”
Radio’s Bill Rehkopf leaves KDKA for Washington, D.C., sister station, again.
Comedy Central will roast singer Justin Bieber.
The series is based on the books by Swedish author Leif G. W. Persson.
Comic book-inspired series find success in “Flash” and “Arrow” The CW and “Agent Carter” on ABC while PBS orders more dramas.
The long-standing pop culture convention joins a company that produces big-name events nationwide.
Fox has a hit with “Empire,” orders season two already; FX prepares for season two of “Fargo.”
Seasoned comedian and writer Larry Wilmore launches his Comedy Central show tomorrow, blending comedy with “Face the Nation” style news.
Questions answered about PBS’s “Masterpiece,” ME-TV, “Hot in Cleveland” and “Monk.”
NBC pledges “Allegiance” to a knockoff of FX’s “The Americans”; acting not imitating real-life figures for Lifetime’s “Whitney.”
“Broken Skull Challenge,” airing on CMT, features Chris Reese, a Latrobe man with a mission.
Syfy’s “12 Monkeys” rehashes conspiracy thriller tropes and a producer slams his own show, ABC’s “Fresh Off the Boat.”
The Lifetime biopic of troubled R&B star Whitney Houston is a candy-colored whirl through the ’80s.
City of Pittsburgh police Chief Cameron McLay to appear on live WQED show, will take viewer questions
Cable’s FXX debuts a bizarre but funny show at 10:30 tonight; CBS readies another “CSI” starring Patricia Arquette.
Bowman spent the last 10 years at KDKA-TV and previously worked at WPXI for 16 years.
CBS reboots “The Odd Couple,” renews three new dramas and The CW reups its full fall slate.
Stop-action “Slow Danger” is filmed in Pittsburgh. SLB Productions’ recorded oral history project Crossing Fences adds new communities.
AMC faces the end of “Mad Men” and prepares to debut “Breaking Bad” spinoff; Pittsburgh native stars on MTV’s “Eye Candy.”
“Boyhood,” “Grand Budapest Hotel,” Eddie Redmayne, Patricia Arquette, and Julianne Moore earn Globes from the Hollywood Foreign Press.
Tina Fey and Amy Poehler bring their trademark smart, celebrity-mocking humor to the “72nd Annual Golden Globe Awards.”
An “X” marks those taking home a Golden Globes statue. The ballot was updated as winners were announced on Jan. 11.
Questions answered about “Parenthood,” “Full Throttle Saloon” and “American Horror Story: Freak Show.”
HBO debuts “Togetherness;” awesome “Episodes” returns; Tina Fey prepares to host the Golden Globes for the last time.
Franklin Park native Sydney Hutchko is a little bit country and a little bit “American Idol.”
343 Industries makes the right move with an early beta of “Halo 5: Guardians.” The video-game developer is learning from MCC mistakes.
Humorists in Pittsburgh and around the world take to the pen, TV studio in response to Charlie Hebdo attacks in Paris.
The TV critics press tour begins with Netflix predicting the end of broadcasting and cable executives pitching shows.
Characters abound in TV’s “Portlandia” and in the Oregon locations where the sketch comedy series films its episodes.
An old-fashioned, juicy soap set against a modern backdrop makes Fox’s “Empire” a potential new prime-time addiction.
Marvel adds another TV series to its portfolio with a female-lead property, ABC’s “Agent Carter.”
At a time when participation in organized dieting programs is on the decline, Weight Watchers has rolled out a new marketing strategy.
The Franklin Park native and North Allegheny High School grad will be among the contestants auditioning for “American Idol.”
The awards ceremony is 8 p.m. Jan. 11 on NBC, with Tina Fey and Amy Poehler returning as hosts. Choose your winners here.
As the fifth season of “Downton Abbey” begins tonight at 9 on WQED-TV, season four’s pall has lifted.