Questions are answered about HBO’s “The Leftovers,” CBS’s “Person of Interest” and a character death on ABC’s “Nashville.”
Mel Licata, an artist from the Douglas Education Center’s Tom Savini Special Make-Up Effects program, had to get real on Syfy’s competition.
CBS looks at 50 years of the game; James Corden debuts a new “Carpool Karaoke” Sunday; Mt. Lebanon native Joe Manganiello guests on “Mom.”
Steelers fans are among those featured in “Super Bowl Babies Choir” commercial to air during third quarter of Sunday’s game.
Director David Fincher’s latest Netflix series will shoot its first season in Pittsburgh this year.
Former Montgomery County District Attorney Bruce Castor claimed he gave an unwritten promise of immunity for Cosby to his now-deceased
Man who declined a decade ago to bring charges against Bill Cosby says he believes the decision forever bars his successors from doing so.
The 30-second spots are featuring stampeding dachshunds and donkeys that don’t assume.
The newspaper drama, featuring Pittsburgh native Michael Keaton, took home the top honor.
An excellent cast and taut scripts make this recounting of the real-life case a thriller.
Questions answered about on-screen placement of closed captions, “Grantchester” and a documentary narrator’s identity.
Sweet! Grove City College roommates Tristan Slater and Emily Bartlow tackle a “Minecraft” dessert on Food Network’s “Cake Wars.”
“The Cloonan File” debuts Sunday on WEDO-AM 810 and will address concerns in the Mon-Yough Valley.
Fox’s “Grease: Live!” is a remake that melds the stage show and movie; ID debuts “Making a Murderer” special; Pitt student on “Jeopardy!”
For nearly a year after a devastating accident, the comedian was in rehab to regain his ability to walk and talk.
The WGN America series that filmed in Pittsburgh performed better in its premiere than the network's "Manhattan."
The interviews were conducted in jest, but for Fox Chapel same-sex couple Nino Esposito and Roland "Drew" Bosee, the situation is no joke.
His name was synonymous with getting problems solved for many in the Pittsburgh TV viewing area.
Group advocating for better gun laws congratulates cable company for sticking to its advertising guidelines.
Sarah Dubnik, native of Jamison, Bucks County, will appear on the “Jeopardy!” college championship, airing Feb. 1-12 at 7 p.m. on WPXI.
Questions answered about the revamped sets on Channels 2 and 11; “Saturday Night Live” and “Bates Motel.”
Sarah Miller, owner/artist at Wyld Chyld on Brookline Boulveard, returns to Spike TV’s “Ink Master.”
The WGN America drama series, debuting Tuesday, filmed its 13-episode first season in and around Pittsburgh last summer.
WGN America’s shot-in-Pittsburgh show is another dark, serialized drama but the plots and relationships feel overly familiar.
FBI agents Scully and Mulder are back on the job in a six-episode limited series; three new TV documentaries have local ties.
The CW musical-comedy returns with new episodes next week; “The Americans” plots its fourth season on FX.
Daniel Dae Kim, who plays a detective on the TV series "Hawaii Five-0," takes over in May as the King of Siam in "The King and I."
Lots of art activities, comedian Paula Poundstone, opera, automobile and kiddie events round out the schedule this weekend.
Streaming services via over-the-top devices are picking up steam. They give users control over content, but prices can add up.
Emily Matesic was just doing her job 10 years ago. She didn’t imagine she be part of a wildly popular — and controversial — documentary.
President of the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences says “it’s time for big changes.”
Using the weeks before the Super Bowl to build momentum around expensive ads that air during the game is a tradition in American marketing.
During his tenure, WQED’s national programming included “Mister Rogers' Neighborhood,” National Geographic specials and “WonderWorks.”
The four-minute “#BlackGirlsMattter: The Criminalization of Black Girls” will be broadcast on 47 public radio stations across the nation.
“Mercy Street” got off to a strong start ratings-wise Sunday as PBS plans for its future with “Sherlock,” election coverage and “Hamilton.”
The “Legends of Tomorrow” actor says his Captain Cold character evolves on the new show from his time on “The Flash.”
Netflix emphasizes family viewing with “Fuller House.”
Questions answered about local shows on WQED and the commercial load on FX series.
Events on the Lifetime reality program featuring dance coach/mentor Abby Lee Miller take a more serious turn.
Pending FCC approval, Braddock AM station WZUM joins Ohio Valley FM station WYZR in Pittsburgh Public Media’s holdings.
“The X-Files” is back Jan. 24 with “Prison Break” and possibly a new “24” to follow; Esquire to launch locally set “Friday Night Tykes.”
“Mercy Street” engages; “Mr. Robot” plans for its second season; “Billions” bores as the #PeakTV onslaught rolls on.
WTAE-TV promotes Bofta Yimam to weekend morning anchor.
The Esquire Network series will follow teams in Western Pennsylvania.
Actor Wentworth Miller describes how Fox’s new limited series will proceed given events in the show’s past.
Pittsburghers participate in “Superstore” and “Shades of Blue”; two new series are seeing early success in prime time.
Untying the cable cord knot is a tricky business.
CEO blames the closure, after just 2 ½ years of operations, on the economic climate facing today’s media outlets.
The director-producer-actor will guide the film production of August Wilson’s award-winning play, set in the Hill District.
Gordon Loesch is now a co-anchor with Lisa Sylvester on “Channel 11 News on Fox53.”