This election cycle there was no knock on PBS but the public broadcaster continues to make the case for federal support.
Questions answered about “Home Fires,” “Last Tango in Halifax,” “Long Island Medium” and “Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders”
The subscription box service started by Elena Petzold of Upper St. Clair was featured this month on ABC’s “Shark Tank.”
He has been a dominant voice in our sports world for more than 40 years. And Pittsburgh is a prevalent thread through his long career.
What’s up with “The Voice’s” Josh Gallagher? Is it goodbye for Mary Berry on the “The Great American Baking Show”?
WGN America’s filmed-in-Pittsburgh drama returns for its second season this month; “Prison Break” and “Fargo’ return for new runs.
Sunday HBO launches “The Young Pope” while PBS debuts “Victoria;” FX plans new seasons of “The Americans,” “AHS.”
The show’s creator Kenya Barris hopes the episode sparks conversation among people on various sides.
A jazz show featuring Richie Cole and the Full Alto Madness Orchestra will help purchase a license for the new jazz station at 101 FM.
The former Steelers quarterback said he didn’t put much thought into what he was saying and understands why Mike Tomlin took offense.
Jack Bauer is gone, but the ticking clock remains in Fox’s upcoming reboot, “24: Legacy.”
Juliet Huddy, who appeared on the network from 1998 to 2012, reportedly settled for an amount in the high six figures in September.
The filmed-in-Pittsburgh comedy will debut at the Sundance Film Festival this month but won’t air on TV for months.
After Roger Ailes was ousted, the company secretly struck an agreement with an on-air personality who accused Bill O’Reilly of harassment.
The cult series is back with a new season on premium cable outlet Showtime.
The TV adaptation of the feature includes two executive producers from Pittsburgh, Antoine Fuqua and KristieAnne Reed.
The film “La La Land” won seven Golden Globes, and the film “Moonlight” and TV shows “Atlanta” and “The Crown” also were recognized.
The spinoff series for CBS All Access will feature a little more profanity but will stick to the storytelling style of its predecessor.
“Nashville” is no stranger to dark storylines — the country music drama has tackled everything from gun violence to a murder-suicide.
Meryl Streep quickly turned the spotlight away from herself and onto President-elect Donald Trump on Sunday night.
Here’s a list of the winners of the 74th annual Golden Globe awards, given out Sunday night.
Inspired by the “Archie” comic, the darkly entertaining teen drama features CMU grad Casey Cott in its ensemble cast.
TV writer Rob Owen answers questions about local news anchors and a Fox News Channel vet.
It’s a new, but not improved, “America’s Next Top Model.”
NBC’s attempt to reinvent “The Wizard of Oz” plays like a drab, soulless “Game of Thrones” wannabe.
HBO’s documentary — pushed up on the schedule due to their recent deaths — explores a mother-daughter relationship in its final years.
According to CNBC, Ms. Kelly will host a daytime talk program and a Sunday night news show.
The “Fences” star and director will produce “Ma Rainey,” but “I’m not going to be in it, and I’m trying not to direct it,” he says.
The disruption took place after the stations’ current agreements with DirecTV expired and negotiations for new contracts stalled.
Love and tears are all around when the franchise returns Monday on ABC.
Questions answered about “Today,” “Long Island Medium” and a CBS News host.
Broadcasters’ midseason programming begins rolling out on Jan. 1 with a Fox sitcom and a CBS drama.
The huge success of “Star Wars” movies led by actresses showcases the superpowers of women at the movies and on TV, with more to come.
A station executive says the satellite service might drop Channel 11 due to rate impasse. WTAE-TV’s status is in question as well.
Mr. Phillips is returning to WTOV-TV in Steubenville, Ohio after 15 years.
Let’s look ahead at the wonders of new digital — and a bit of broadcast — content in the early New Year
Questions answered about local TV news, cropped image during sports broadcasts and “The People’s Court.”
From basic and premium cable to streamers, dozens of new and returning series are on deck for early 2017.
The Pittsburgh vitamin and supplement retailer will air its first-ever Super Bowl television spot to help kick off its One New GNC campaign.
Abby Lee Miller is scheduled to be sentenced Jan. 20 on charges of concealing income and smuggling money illegally into the country.
CBS should let sleeping sitcoms lie.
The president-elect didn’t tweet about the show’s skewering of him this weekend. “Saturday Night Live” is on holiday hiatus until Jan. 14.
The actor also played memorably daffy characters in the sitcom “Hogan’s Heroes.”
The amount of film production in Western Pennsylvania, in some areas, is outpacing available labor, so training is underway.
Steeltown Entertainment Project is teaching the trade of filmmaking to people of all walks of life.
Many are amazed there is so much film production work available in the Steel City.
Questions answered about recent character departures from two CBS dramas and a newly truncated Christmas special.
The “Ellys,” to be held in April, are named for the late Ellen Weiss Kandor, who co-founded The Steeltown Entertainment Project.
Net Geo renewed “The Story of God With Morgan Freeman” for a second season.
WQED will broadcast and stream new PBS Kids content beginning Jan. 16.