The new Hulu series, “The Handmaid’s Tale,” mirrors the Margaret Atwood classic novel.
Questions answered about news anchors with colds, “The Expanse,” “Motive” and “Ripper Street.”
Mr. Murdoch’s sons seem determined to rid 21st Century Fox of its roguish, old-guard internal culture and tilt operations toward the future.
Moran became famous as Richie Cunningham’s younger sister on the TV sitcom “Happy Days.”
Conservative media insiders predict the former talk show host will be back on the air somewhere in no time at all.
Contestants with Pittsburgh ties on Syfy’s special effects and makeup competition reach the finale and have fun doing it.
The film is based on University of Pittsburgh grad Rebecca Skloot’s book; NBC’s “Great News” is a good new comedy despite its thin premise.
The payout for the former Fox News talk show host, forced out over allegations of sexual harassment, represents a full year’s salary.
Wendy Bell plans to hold an “Evening of Thanks” in Greensburg June 28.
Changes won’t affect Pittsburgh’s larger stations, such as KDKA, although WQED will move to a different frequency within the next 39 months.
O’Reilly, 67, has been on a planned vacation since last Wednesday.
“The Voice” live playoffs weren’t “Too Late” for CMU grad Lilli Passero.
The show’s now on Netflix thanks to a Kickstarter campaign that raised almost $6 million for the production of new episodes.
The CNN broadcaster writes the intro and provides a drawing for the upcoming parody book.
Questions answered about “Outlander,” BBC America shows, “The Mole” and Brian Williams.
Lawrenceville’s Michael Rado takes another first on CBS’s “Race” competition, while Allderdice grad Becca Droz survives a passport snafu.
The filmed-in-Pittsburgh series was the network’s most-watched show and had been expected to return for a third season.
In its third outing, the FX series seems overly familiar and less intriguing than past installments; CMT renews “Nashville” for a sixth
“Survivor” cast and fans react as Zeke Smith is outed as transgender on Wednesday’s show.
WTAE-TV to broadcast debate featuring Peduto, Harris, Welch
Bill O'Reilly told viewers he's going on vacation, saying everyone needs a little "R-and-R."
Charlie Murphy, older brother of Eddie Murphy and a comedy stand-up and performer in his own right, has died.
David Letterman’s mother, Dorothy Mengering, died Tuesday at her home in Carmel, Indiana. She was 95.
The actor who plays Albert Einstein in “Genius” says, “He always saw the better side of humanity,” but had to confront the atomic bomb.
The investigation is in response to a complaint lodged by Wendy Walsh, formerly a regular guest on Fox News’ “The O’Reilly Factor” show.
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The series tells the stories of five Hollywood filmmakers and their involvement in World War II.
Questions answered about “Bones,” “The Odd Couple” and “Grantchester.”
Julia is a 4-year-old with autism who made her first appearance as a digital character in 2015 as part of Sesame Workshop online.
Allderdice grad Becca Droz and Lawrenceville’s Michael Rado make it to the next stage on CBS’s reality racing competition.
Brian McGreevy’s “The Son” debuts on AMC and SundanceTV while Terri Minsky’s “Andi Mack” premieres on the Disney Channel.
Dillon’s breakout performance in “Billions” has arguably surpassed those of the show’s established stars.
His aggressive but personable brand of award-winning journalism — including his “Golden Shaft award” — made him popular in Pittsburgh.
People react to the passing of a comedic legend.
The comedian died Thursday of kidney failure at his Los Angeles home, according to his longtime friend and publicist.
Comedian Don Rickles has died. He was 90.
The circus comes to town, Pittsburgh Symphony performs and Batman and Robin show up at the Steel City Comic Con.
Pepsi says it's "halting any further rollout" of an ad that has been widely mocked and criticized.
Manilow tells People magazine that he hid being gay because he thought he would be "disappointing fans if they knew."
The Pitcairn native and Emmy winner is happy to be “part of the team” for “Saturday Night Live.”
Mercedes-Benz, Hyundai and BMW are among the companies pulling ads from Fox News host Bill O’Reilly following a New York Times report.
Fox contributor Julie Roginsky said a promised position on the show “The Five” never happened after she rejected Ailes’ sexual advances.
She lost her Knockout Round duel to Ashley Levin on NBC’s “The Voice” but was quickly added to Team Adam Levine.
Questions answered about TV news meteorologist dress codes, “Mountain Monsters,” “Edge of Alaska,” “Botched,” “Family Feud” and NFL games.
Behind the scenes, the company has repeatedly stood by O’Reilly as he faced a series of allegations of sexual harassment.
During her battle round, Lilli Passero impressed the judges of “The Voice” with her emotional rendition of “Every Little Bit Hurts.”
Actor Matthew Lewis will replace Jason Isaacs and join TV and film stars in the celebrity lineup at the Monroeville Convention Center.
Quaker Valley High School grad Wentworth Miller and much of the Fox show’s original cast return for this continuation.
Class uses “The Wire” to study “many of the most important and intractable problems in the criminal justice system in America today.”
In no particular order, here are some of my favorite podcasts.