“Dancing With the Stars’ ” Sharna Burgess plays mind games this week to fire up her partner’s competitive edge.
“Sports Detectives” tries to prove what happened to the ball from Franco Harris’ famous 1972 catch; Fox orders a new “24.”
KDKA-TV’s ‘consummate’ newsman signs off after 36 years on Friday.
The actor, a star of the OWN TV series ”Greenleaf,” will celebrate August Wilson by performing in Pittsburgh Playwrights’ April 27 reading.
On a night for recreating famous dances, Kevin Bacon’s iconic ”Footloose” number would be Mr. Brown’s finest to date, and yet, there it was.
Questions answered about “Suits,” “Madam Secretary,” “Appalachian Outlaws” and the American “Top Gear.”
Peters native Robert Burns looks sharp, but he doesn’t move on to the final round on History’s “Forged in Fire.”
Why it’s sometimes difficult for TV viewers to distinguish dialogue from background music and possible remedies.
Like Conner, Berry has battled Hodgkin lymphoma. The two have spoken on the phone in the past but had not met until Wednesday.
WQED’s latest election installment addresses national security.
Near the end of a report on brush fires, reporter Ross Guidotti stumbled in his delivery and said something best ”bleeped” on TV.
The television station’s report on fire response times in Pennsylvania was among 10 winners announced Tuesday.
The Steeler and dance partner Karina Smirnoff zipped through a cha cha to “Son of a Preacher Man” on ”Dancing With the Stars.”
As the first season ends, three Pittsburgh actors discuss their parts, how they got them and what having a TV drama means for the region.
The weird and the wonderful all are part of the Pittsburgh’s public access world of PCTV21.
Questions answered about a Steve Urkel TV spot, the whereabouts of shows on KDKA-TV and “This Old House Hour” on WQED-TV.
Looking sharp is the name of the game when Robert Burns, who grew up in Peters, competes on History’s “Forged in Fire.”
Kerry Washington stars as Anita Hill in the HBO movie about the 1991 Supreme Court confirmation hearings for Clarence Thomas.
.Headlining the event are Scott WIlson, who played Hershel Greene on “The Walking Dead,” Anthony Daniels and Drea De Matteo.
The Steel City Con, organist Cameron Carpenter, Dawn of Midi and more are coming to town this weekend.
Conner, diagnosed with Hodgkin lymphoma in November, will appear on the show April 21.
The Steelers receiver will be paired with Karina Smirnoff, Doug Flutie’s regular dance partner.
A WTAE “Chronicle” segment on fire department response times gets a Peabody award nomination.
NCAA President Mark Emmert said no discussion of increasing the field took place during negotiations for the extension.
Performing to "Friend Like Me" from "Aladdin," Mr. Brown took the stage as Genie, in a snappy white suit and fedora.
An amateur hour series, “Hunters” fails to enthrall; Netflix’s “Mindhunter” seeks extras in Pittsburgh; WQED hosts “Peace Officer”
Questions answered about “Call the Midwife,” “House of Cards,” “Curb Your Enthusiasm” and “Face Off.”
With characteristic glitz, the iconic “American Idol” goes out with a song in its heart.
Not quite as novel as the first time around, “Catastrophe” is back for season two; a Dormont movie theater celebrates “Twin Peaks.”
The “American Idol” finale brings back good memories for a former contestant.
“Sesame Garden,” as the TV show is known in Afghanistan, welcomes a “confident, inquisitive and sweet Afghan girl character.”
KQV will rebroadcast Tuesday’s U.S. Senate debate between Joe Sestak, Katie McGinty and John Fetterman.
In her Beaver County school and elsewhere, it’s Abby. But on the football field, Adam is preferred.
Taylor Swift and her beau practically swept the iHeartRadio awards on Sunday.
The Academy of Country Music Awards was mostly a low-energy affair that just sort of crawled along.
Dressed in matching silver tuxedos, the two shared a nice moment near the end of Mr. Brown’s foxtrot with Sharna Burgess.
Actor Demetrius Grosse plays a key role in the NBC mystery-thriller.
Questions answered about “Pittsburgh’s chief meteorologist,” WTAE programming choices, “The Great British Baking Show” and “FABLife.”
Mr. Walker said he frequently gets compliments on his work, but he appreciated that Ms. Bell went further by reaching out to his manager.
Tom Savini program grad Mel Licata misses the cut for the “Face Off” finale.
The firing of WTAE anchor Wendy Bell over controversial online posts does not violate her right to freedom of speech.
Natalie Palamides plays Buttercup on the Cartoon Network reboot; ‘90s boy banders star in Syfy’s zombie Western “Dead 7.”
WZUM adds jazz to its AM airwaves on Saturday.
Ms. Bell had been off the air at WTAE since its general manager aired a public apology, citing her “egregious lack of judgment.”
Chaos, mayhem and murder: it’s business as usual as “Banshee” comes back for its final season.
90.5 WESA will host a public forum on “Understanding Islam” Wednesday at noon.
Ms. Duke built on her success in teenhood by playing identical cousins on “The Patty Duke Show.”
Brown and his professional dance partner Sharna Burgess succeeded in bringing passion to their rumba performance.
Western Pa. will be used as a location for the show, featuring JoJo Fletcher, the runner-up on the most recent run of ”The Bachelor.”
New assessments of Fred Rogers show the steely social conscience and political edge behind the gentle manner.