The series follows Kimmy starting over in New York after being trapped by a cult leader in an underground bunker for 15 years.
“I Am Cait” offers an emotional, touching look at Caitlyn Jenner’s new life, unlike the brasher “Keeping Up With the Kardashians.”
The “Your Money & You” host has become popular not only here, but around the country.
Disney Channel show follows the children of four classic Disney villains, a fun idea on paper that doesn’t pan out in execution.
Post-Gazette TV writer Rob Owen answers reader questions online every Friday in Tuned In Journal blog at post-gazette.com/tv.
As usual, Syfy’s “Face Off” has many Pittsburgh connections.
The Pirates will now play the Giants at 8 p.m. at PNC Park, while the Steelers face off against the Packers at 1 p.m. at Heinz Field.
ATLANTA — A historically black college is discontinuing its endowed professorship with Bill Cosby after recent details emerged of his
Everything old is new again as networks mine their vaults for new fall series; KDKA sets “Hidden Treasures” taping at Heinz History Center.
WQED’s August Wilson documentary is part of a PBS series that’s been nominated for an Emmy.
“Sharknado 3” gets mired in a soggy, predictable first half before giving viewers the cuckoo plot turns viewers of this franchise crave.
From “Shark Tank” to “Sharknado3,” Pittsburgh native Mark Cuban is a man of action.
Sharks in a tornado? A report from WPXI chief meteorologist Stephen Cropper in Pittsburgh.
“Shark Week” and “Jaws” give sharks a bad rep, says Mt. Lebanon native David Shiffman. “Sharknado” films, not so much.
A Pittsburgh native and ’Shark Tank’ guru in Sharknado 3, shark tacos, shark mysteries and myths — all of it in our special roundup.
For better or worse, the success of “Jaws” established the tentpole movie 40 years ago.
You want sharks? The PPG Aquarium and the Carnegie Science Center has sharks.
How sharks inspire cultural references are as varied as the oceans are deep.
WPNT the Point! adds Mark Madden to TV lineup
New rural family drama “Outsiders” is filming its first season in Pittsburgh for airing next year on WGN America.
Questions answered about “Bones,” “Hawaii Five-0,” “Dr. Oz” and a recognizable former news anchor in a local TV commercial.
A Los Angeles judge dismissed the assault charges against “Dance Moms” star Abby Lee Miller on Thursday.
New rules result in a mixed bag of familiar nominees and more newcomers than usual in the 2015 Emmy Awards nominations.
TLC has canceled the reality show “19 Kids and Counting” in the wake of the child molestation scandal.
For AMC, “Mad Men” is nominated in its final season; freshman “Better Call Saul” also among Emmy nominees.
Spike TV’s new miniseries traffics in all the expected boy-king cliches and then makes up a lot of soapy coincidences and conspiracies.
Fans longing for more “Rescue Me” are in luck: Denis Leary plays a pretty similar character in his new FX series “Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll.”.
“The Jim Gaffigan Show” makes a favorable early impression while “Impastor” tries too hard to be edgy, failing to convince.
Questions answered about “Grey’s Anatomy,” “Broadchurch,” “Vicious,” “Fortitude,” “Law & Order: UK” and “Battle Creek.”
The world is opening up for Travel Channel Star contestant Janel Koloski.
PBS embraces scripted drama like never before — just like every other TV network; ABC schedules new real-life hospital shows.
Game show host Todd Newton and TV host and actress Alex Wehrley will replace Trump-prompted dropouts at the Miss USA pageant.
Her six-decade-long stage, TV and film career included roles opposite her first husband, Kirk Douglas, and their son, Michael.
“Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood,” which is aimed at preschoolers, will return for a 20-episode third season in 2016.
Responses to questions about “Downton Abbey,” “Face Off,” “Longmire” and a reporter on WPXI.
Pittsburgh athletes conquer the “American Ninja Warrior” course on the first night of the competition at the Carrie Furnace in Swissvale.
Shark-themed programs compete for viewer attention on two cable networks beginning Sunday; “Ellen” moves to WTAE this fall.
NBC dropped out last week, citing pageant co-owner Donald Trump's derogatory comments about immigrants.
More fallout in the Miss USA pageant: co-host Cheryl Burke leaves, Donald Trump calls NBC “weak”
Pennsylvania Lottery results move to WPXI.
Animals begin attacking humans in CBS’s preposterous, unintentionally funny summer drama “Zoo.”
The real estate mogul is one of many contenders for the GOP nomination for president.
“American Ninja Warrior” uses the former blast furnace as a backdrop.
The Western Pennsylvania native and University of Pittsburgh grad is now a series regular on OWN’s “The Haves and the Have Nots.”
Questions answered about a WTAE anchor’s name change, “Person of Interest,” “Longmire” and “Cash Cab.”
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