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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.”
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.
Eight one-hour episodes will feature Vince Isoldi, his wife, Carla, sons Enzo, Adolfo and Romero and father-in-law Junior Williams.
Coming soon to a laptop near you: the latest blockbuster movie?
Questions answered about “The Glades,” “The Sound of Music Live” and “Ripper Street.”
“Face Off” showcases Pleasant Hills’ Drew Talbot, others with local ties; Ross’ Chris Jamison kills it on “The Voice.”
Taped Thursday at the Benedum Center, the hour-long show featured Pittsburgh native Jeff Goldblum as the home-grown celebrity guest.
It’s more difficult than ever to judge prime-time winners and losers, but we look at the performance of the fall season’s newcomers.
Getting to know Twisty the Clown from FX's "American Horror Story: Freak Show."
So, is this the end of pay-TV as we know it? As many as 10 million U.S. households are now broadband-only.
“Marry Me” owes a debt to the late “Happy Endings” as “Marry Me” attempts to succeed where “Happy Endings” failed.
British actor Lenny Henry came to Pittsburgh to conduct interviews and see the city that shaped the late playwright’s life and work.
Like the telenovela-inspired “Ugly Betty,” The CW’s telenovela remake “Jane the Virgin” relies on a fizzy mix of comedy and melodrama.
Questions answered about “The Newsroom,” “Welcome to Myrtle Manor” and local weather branding.
The Nielsen company blamed a software glitch for errors in its television ratings system.
MTV unveils plans for new show, “Slednecks.” It’s set in Alaska and sounds pretty much like what you’d expect.
Showtime’s engrossing “The Affair” offers a fresh storytelling approach; “The Walking Dead” returns, offers a rare moment of happiness.
Paula Kerger, speaking at the final 2014 WQED Multimedia public board meeting said education is at the center of everything PBS creates.
WQED Multimedia program takes viewers on a smooth, watery trip.
A winning lead star and her reactions raise ABC’s “Cristela” above its otherwise typical family sitcom trappings.
In an attempt to woo both genders, DirecTV blends MMA fighting with soapy storylines in the appealing “Kingdom.”
Using the gold standard of the video game action genre, the story is set between the times of “The Hobbit” and “The Lord of the Rings.”
The CW’s “The Flash” is the feel-good superhero show of the new TV season.
Moviegoers who are tired of superhero movie overkill won’t find much escape on the broadcast networks this fall.
Post-Gazette TV writer Rob Owen answers reader questions online every Friday in Tuned In Journal blog at post-gazette.com/tv.
The death of Brody breathes new life into Showtime’s “Homeland” as Carrie runs operations abroad in season four.
Firefighter Matthew Onyshko, a Brighton Heights resident, appeared on the show with his wife, Jessica.
The Force is with Dave Filoni and he delves deeper into “Star Wars” lore in the new animated series “Rebels.”
WQED Multimedia ends fiscal year by cutting staff and reducing hours of five staffers, including producer and host Chris Moore.
Comedies "A to Z" and "Survivor's Remorse" hit their mark; "Bad Judge" and "Mulaney" fall short.
More women in jeopardy as entertainment on CBS’s “Stalker;” Fox remakes BBC America’s “Broadchurch” as “Gracepoint.”
Pittsburgher Chris Jamison, a North Hills graduate, makes a splash on “The Voice” after getting his start in music locally.
Citing a decline in state and federal support, WQED axes three full-time staffers and one part-timer.
“Pygmalion”-inspired “Selfie” has occasional moments of sharp comedy, but there’s nothing to love about ABC’s “Manhattan Love Story.”
Chris Jamison, 20, of Ross advanced past the “blind auditions” round Tuesday on the NBC television show “The Voice.”
Director Martin Scorsese and documentarian David Tedeschi examine 50 years of the New York Review of Books in an HBO documentary.
There’s nothing funny about the latest “Face Off” clown challenge.
Gigi Edgley, star of “Farscape,” travels to genre conventions worldwide to thank the fans who saved the series from extinction.
Netflix rival Amazon attempts to make a splash with its new original series “Transparent.”
A Red Bull documentary explores video game music. “This American Life” launches “Serial” podcast. “Gilmore Girls” comes to Netflix.
Shonda Rhimes, executive producer of "Scandal,“ introduces another entertaining, gonzo confection with ABC's "How to Get Away With Murder."
Pittsburgh Comicon, American Indian Heritage Weekend, Lyric Fest performs Italian arias, Newberry Consort, Hartwood Acres Hay Day and more