"Top of the Morning," about the politics of morning TV shows, is entertaining but often feels as though it is covering little new ground.
Verizon to air marathon programming
Amy Raslevich of Ohio Township was upset with the show's ridicule of character with celiac disease, which her two children have.
Online video channel turns 8 with a week of special comedy programming.
The latest entry in the Arkham franchise is revving for an October release.
An Ohio Township mother, whose children require a gluten-free diet, started a petition against the Disney Channel show.
The actress, author and vegan is thrilled to be back together with her "Arrested Development" Bluth family.
Four-day conference explores Fred Rogers' lessons for therapists, pastors, teachers, parents
Two real-life sisters Lennon Stella, 13, and Maisy Stella, 9, portray the daughters of Rayna Jaymes on the TV show "Nashville."
This week ABC's "Nashville" features family feuds, fisticuffs, and secrets shared as the show's first season comes to a close.
The film showing how nuns responded to the Hurricane Katrina disaster won a national broadcasting award.
Michael Hayes will be moving to New York to be senior vice president of Hearst Television.
The former TV-radio newscaster is still on the mend almost two year after experiencing chest pains while running.
It's time to take shelter on Discovery's "Big Brain Theory: Pure Genius."
Candice Glover wins the reality competition, which suffered a 33 percent drop in the finale's viewership this year.
A look back at upfront week and what to expect from the fall 2013 TV season.
The CW network is grouping its shows thematically in its new fall schedule.
Network slots four new comedies and one drama for fall; TBS and TNT to offer live streaming; "Peg + Cat" gets a premiere date.
ABC adds four comedies and four dramas to its fall schedule, including a spin-off from last summer's box office hit "The Avengers."
Current KQV co-owner and sister move to buy out Richard Mellon Scaife's holdings in station.
The Kiefer Sutherland thriller returns four years after it was canceled and four new shows are added to the early fall schedule.
"Survivor" ends with three unlikely contestants.
Savannah Guthrie is engaged to marry Michael Feldman.
Barbara Walters retirement confirmed by ABC.
Last fall it appeared the network might be making inroads in its quest to return to its former frontrunner status in the Nielsen ratings.
After nine seasons, "The Office" on NBC says goodbye this week with a one-hour finale preceded by a one-hour retrospective.
"The Office" star John Krasinski's grandmother, Regina Krasinski, lived in Natrona Heights, where his father grew up.
He will succeed Jimmy Fallon when he moves to "The Tonight Show" in 2014.
RuPaul's Drag Race crown eludes Pittsburgh queen Alaska
YouTube Unveils Paid-Subscription Channels for Premium Content
"Family Tree" from Christopher Guest sprouts at HBO; and a Nielsen report again proves Pittsburghers' love for TV watching.
Jeanne Cooper, the enduring soap opera star who played grande dame Katherine Chancellor for nearly four decades, has died. She was 84.
It's the tax credit that really sweetens the pot, in many cases making the difference between shooting here or elsewhere.
Female viewers are reshaping original programming on major platforms such as AOL, Hulu and YouTube.
Kelly Langenohl joins Flick on WBZZ Star 100
Ready to explore the U.S. Constitution without people yelling at each other like they do on cable news? Try PBS's "Constitution USA."
A Post-Gazette Web editor finds trying out for Jeopardy takes a lot more than just having all the question and answers.
"All My Children" and "One Live to Live" are back in online versions, but so far they aren't being very welcoming to the uninitiated.
Three of the 10 men and women competing have local connections.
Children can make audio greeting cards for Mother's Day and Father's Day at the radio program's studios.
Tom Smuts, who grew up in Shadyside, writes for AMC's popular drama; and podcaster Marc Maron debuts his own sitcom on IFC.
Clear Channel media will increase offerings as the Penguins run for the Stanley Cup.
Some newcomers, including the syndicated Katie Couric talk show, "Katie," also got nods.
The locally produced documentary "Undaunted" will be broadcast next Thursday on public television.
NPR's smart/silly Peabody Award-winning "Wait Wait ... Don't Tell Me!" streams a live show to four local theaters Thursday.
Gloria McDermott Hickton died Saturday in St. Clair Hospital.
Nurse who was the brunt of a prank by Australian radio DJs held them responsible in her suicide note, according to London's Sunday Times.
Bravo airs the 2012 documentary "Queen of Versailles" as its star entertains the prospect of her own TV reality show.
ABC's new comedy "Family Tools" features some familiar TV faces but not many big laughs.
Showtime's "The Big C" comes to a fitting if unexceptional end in four one-hour episodes of the cancer dramedy.
An exhibit of props and costumes at the Paley Center for Media in Beverly Hills, Calif., conjures memories for TV fans.
Lani Lazzari's business is booming after the 19-year-old CEO's appearance on "Shark Tank" and her partnership with investor Mark Cuban.
Tom Brokaw skipped last year's White House Correspondents' Dinner because of Lindsay Lohan.
Discovery's "The Big Brain Theory" shows the smart side of reality TV.
Viewers speak, picking their favorite broadcast and cable series in the Post-Gazette's annual Keep or Cancel? poll.
At its meeting Thursday, WQED's board approved a plan that includes enhancing its Web offerings.
David Letterman offered kind words to the WVU grad who was fired on his first day as a North Dakota news broadcaster.
KDKA adds John McIntire, Ellen Gamble and Eddy Crow to lineup on Saturdays.
#&%! WVU grad's broadcast debut over almost as quickly as it begins.
Frank Bank, who as Clarence "Lumpy" Rutherford served as the dim-witted foil to "Beaver" Cleaver, died Saturday.
A mobile "talk show" is collecting 270 videos and surveys from 90 neighborhoods for the city's first master plan.
Creed Bratton is dealing with his series coming to an end by focusing on the musical career that gave him his first fame and fortune.
It's the story of a Broadway choreographer and former star who is out to stop her daughter from marrying a man known for being a playboy.
The atmospheric drama "Rectify" explores what happens to a death row inmate after he's been exonerated and set free.
The online retailer will let consumers help decide which TV shows will go on to be developed into full series.
Stephen Colbert visits the University of Pittsburgh after four students won his "Super PAC Super Fun Pack" treasure hunt.
One of Britain's best-known television entertainers has been arrested on suspicion of unspecified sexual offenses.
Pittsburgh's Alaska aka Justin Honard is one of three finalists on "RuPaul's Drag Race."
It has been a year since four University of Pittsburgh engineering students won the "Colbert Super PAC Super Fun Pack" contest.
Western Pennsylvania native Beth Stern hosts "Spoiled Rotten Pets;" Olympian Ryan Lochte gets a show on E!
National Geographic taps into nostalgia with "The '80s: The Decade That Made Us"
The matron of the "Farm Kings" family talks about season two of the popular GAC series.
"Girls Growing Up With Media" examines the portrayal of young women as well as the impact media have on them.
A Western Pennsylvania native returns as a skipper on the ninth season of Discovery Channel's "Deadliest Catch."
Deanne Barkley, who broke through the glass ceiling in network television to become an executive in the early 1970s, died at age 82.
The Murrysville native again finds herself dealing with a "fantastical element." She plays the mayor of Defiance.
For longtime WQED/KDKA host Chris Moore, commitment is more than just talk.
In Netflix's "Hemlock Grove," the townsfolk deal with horrors beyond the supernatural.
Western Pennsylvania-set gothic drama "Hemlock Grove" comes to Netflix's streaming TV service this week with just a few scenes shot locally.
Syfy introduces "Defiance," an intriguing place to visit, but without better stories, there's no reason to put down roots.
A Butler County native, the actress who played Agent 99 takes part in Heinz History Center's Vintage Pittsburgh event.
"This American Life" host Ira Glass promises a most entertaining evening at Shady Side Academy.
Carnegie Mellon grad finds "Robot Combat League" to be more than just fun and games.
"Veep" and "Nurse Jackie" return for new seasons; the 1980s are back in style and "Vikings" is among this week's renewals.
WTAE sports anchor John Meyer left Channel 4 last week for a sales position with a local software company.
New GM Gary Gunter says he wants to continue WAMO's legacy of being the urban voice in Pittsburgh.
A&E officially orders the Pittsburgh-set drama "Those Who Kill" to series. Production begins locally this fall.
The new Starz drama starring Eros Vlahos and Tom Riley begins muddled but gains clarity in subsequent episodes.
What's cooking? Former Pittsburgher Carlo Fuda to compete on CBS's "The American Baking Competition."
The Golf Channel is the fastest growing network in television two years running.
AMC's "Mad Men" returns Sunday with a two-hour premiere that's as dark as usual with death an overriding theme.
ABC show's feature on drummer attracted attention of country star, who invited Avery to jam with him on April 12.
WTAE-TV names reporter Jim Parsons assistant news director and hires Matt Belanger as weekend anchor/investigative reporter.
NBC's "Hannibal" offers strong characterizations but gaping plot holes in the latest tale of cannibal serial killer Hannibal Lecter.
"Colbert Report" host Stephen Colbert is finally visiting the University of Pittsburgh on April 19.
It's a busy night in TV land as networks welcome a slew of new series and specials, including an ABC sitcom and a DirecTV drama.
A&E will return to Pittsburgh to produce a series based on the "Those Who Kill" pilot that shot here in December.
Shain Gandee, one of the group of West Virginia friends highlighted in the MTV series "Buckwild," died at age 21.
NBC comedy "The New Normal" wraps its first season of depicting the life of a gay couple and the surrogate who carries their child.
Mixed bag "Mr. Selfridge" offers another turn-of-the-century, "Masterpiece" British soap about American-British culture clashes.