Cambria County family, community embraces the success of the reality star as he continues to advance on one of TV’s most popular shows.
Questions answered about “NCIS,” “The View,” “Shadowhunters,” “Chesapeake Shores” and “Rizzoli & Isles.”
The return of “The Great American Baking Show” takes the holiday cake this week.
The live musical dances through the Universal Studios backlot; Discovery’s “Manifesto” ditches Pittsburgh for Atlanta.
The video, which urges HIV testing, is narrated by artist Vanessa German and shows Pittsburgh drag performer Alaska getting a test.
Not even the 87th Toomey-McGinty ad could keep viewers from tuning into local newscasts.
Many TV fans like to have a tangible piece of their favorite show, which is just what DVD and Blu-ray releases provide.
Shelley Duffy had been paired with Robert Mangino on the 3-7 p.m. KDKA-AM news shift since April 2015.
The Penn Cambria High School graduate, now based in Nashville, impressed with his version of Tim McGraw's "Real Good Man" Monday night.
The actor from East Liberty who attended Peabody High School said Pittsburgh "had everything to do" with has career on stage and screen.
WQED-TV producer shines a bright, brief light on a local bike shop, market, relics and pinball machine museum.
Questions answered about WPCW, the host of “Matter of Fact,” late-night talk shows and “Chicago P.D.”
Another year, another holiday list of Christmas-themed shows.
Florence Henderson, Broadway star who gained fame on "The Brady Bunch," dies at 82.
There was no way Michelle Becker and her then-boyfriend could tour three houses, put in an offer and get a mortgage approved in five days.
In a recent episode, Phil McGraw interviewed Shelley Duvall to urge her to get treatment for mental illness, drawing Hollywood outrage.
Netflix brings back the warm, funny, emotional series for a four-episode revival.
His was the final name called as “Saved by America” roughly three-quarters into the 8 p.m. show.
Applause and laughter rock the East Room of the White House during hourlong ceremony.
Alton Brown returns this fall with two offerings that are slightly from left field.
Rob Owen answers questions about the f-word on cable, “Chesapeake Shores” and “The Tunnel.”
The first few burdened episodes of the third season of Showtime’s drama leave this reviewer ambivalent about the idea of moving forward.
Entertainment celebrities and politicians skewered the president-elect and a New York fundraising event.
The judge said Wendy Bell's discrimination complaint "sufficiently raises a reasonable expectation" that she can prove her case.
Critically and commercially, NBC’s “This is Us” and HBO’s “Westworld” prove durable; Fox’s little-viewed “Exorcist” deserves a larger
The Mt. Lebanon native is called upon to help raise money and awareness to the hospital’s mission.
The Cresson, Cambria County, native was voted through Tuesday night to the third round of live shows on the reality competition juggernaut.
In his memoir, he discusses the life that prepared him to become Walter White, the meth-cook godfather in “Breaking Bad.”
Ms. Ifill, who achored PBS’s “Washington Week,” dies after battle with cancer. She was 61.
Diane Rehm says journalists missed the story of Donald Trump’s election because they talked within their own bubble.
The stage and screen actress who had a recurring role on “Law & Order: SVU” will be at the South Side theater for two shows Dec. 8 and 9.
Michelle Dockery puts memories of her “Downton Abbey” character in the past with her turn as a Southern grifter.
Questions answered about The Weather Channel, “The Great British Baking Show,” “Grimm,” “Better Late Than Never” and “Vice Principals.”
It’ll be a beautiful day in the neighborhood when showbiz folks working in New York gather for a Pittsburgh Pride photo.
Josh Gallagher keeps on singing on NBC’s “The Voice.”
Robert Vaughn, aka Napoleon Solo, died Friday at the age of 83.
National Geographic Channel’s ambitious space travel series mixes fiction and nonfiction elements.
From autumn leaves to babbling brooks, viewers can escape to The Weather Channel for Election Night chill
Josh Gallagher earned enough viewer votes during the episode to advance to next Monday's show on NBC.
The local “Morning Edition” host since 2011 is handing over the microphone to producer Chris Ayers.
Questions answered about “NCIS,” Leah Remini, “Art Breakers” and “Little People Big World.”
From Pittsburgh news affiliates, to networks to cable news to Comedy Central, all the angles will be covered on Election Night 2016.
TV’s first electoral map in red and blue appeared 40 years ago on NBC — which was seeking to separate itself from its rivals
You can blame NBC for the development of those electronic election night electoral maps. CNN’s John King should say “Thank you.”