“The Walking Dead” promises to reward viewers’ patience. Be careful what you wish for.
Matt LeBlanc stars as a Pittsburgh contractor and dumb daddy who takes over childcare duties when his wife returns to work.
These TV cliffhangers had viewers on the edge of their seats.
Questions answered about WTAE’s Andrew Stockey, “Nashville,” “Days of Our Lives” and “Royal Pains.”
Her namesake collection features 30 fit-for-fall pieces for teen and tween girls. Find it at Nordstrom and online at MaddieStyle.com.
Cresson native Josh Gallagher keeps rockin’ on NBC’s singing competition while Hampton High graduate Tarra Layne is out.
The documentary chronicles the creative development of the Broadway hit and offers a history lesson on its title character.
“Black Mirror” embraces a brave, and often strange, new world of technology.
The movie mogul has big plans for his new movie studio.
Questions answered about local TV news, use of the word “accident” and foreign actors in American TV shows.
With Alaska, aka Justin Honard, Pittsburgh can claim another “RuPaul’s Drag Race” winner.
There’s nothing “sappy” about Alan Cumming’s heartfelt Pittsburgh performance.
There’s too much TV and too little time, but PBS’s “The Durrells in Corfu” offers excellent light drama in scenic locales.
Cameras followed Violet Brielle Spataro, a 5-year-old cancer survivor from Washington, on a visit to the National Aviary on the North Side.
The second Wizard World Comic Con at the convention center includes an Artists Alley, costume contest and more.
The project that records stories of everyday Americans hopes to collect 135 interviews in Western Pennsylvania.
The debate takes place just a few days after Donald Trump is hit by the biggest setback of his candidacy.
Questions answered regarding local TV news, a forgotten daytime soap, an Australian import and MSNBC polls.
She has spent 20 years with the often brash Abby Lee Miller, who helped her transform from a student into a teacher and choreographer.
The future seems bright for the Mendelssohn Choir of Pittsburgh under new music director Matthew Mehaffey, an Upper St. Clair native.
Singers Tarra Layne and Josh Gallagher made it past the blind audition phase onto Team Blake.
“Divorce” and “Insecure” are more amusing than funny, but each offers something to recommend; NBC cancels “Aquarius.”
A sensible young woman falls for a hipster who believes the world will soon end in a quirky new one-hour comedy series.
“They’re coming to get you, Barbra!” NFL Network’s “Night of the Living Steelers” is a must-see for Pittsburgh fans.
Five attackers, wearing ski masks went inside the exclusive apartment block where Kardashian was staying while attending Paris Fashion Week.
Auditions for Disney’s “A Wrinkle in Time” will take place Saturday.
Three time travelers hopscotch through history in this well-made, if slight, prime-time drama.
Questions answered about the graphics on local TV news, “The Good Witch,” “Call the Midwife” and 4K Ultra HD.
Her moniker comes from the 49th state, but Pittsburgh queen Alaska is first once again on Logo’s drag fantasy.
The late golfer is remembered in two TV programs airing in the next few days, one a recent interview and the other coverage of his memorial.
Based on the 1973 movie, this TV series is anything but propulsive as it meditates on consciousness and humanity.
WQED Multimedia must consider itself “a major educational media company that happens to be in the broadcasting business,” said its CEO.
Pubs and podcasts are the focus of the Millvale crawl Friday.
NBC’s warm drama series got off to a strong ratings start last week and this week’s episode is partially set in 1980s Pittsburgh.
Many people took to social media and late-night comedy shows after the debate to share or take in different perspectives.
Suzanne Nadell, the news director at a Tulsa, Okla., television station, will be leading the local NBC affiliate’s news department.
With a 24/7 news cycle and the ability to take messages to the electorate through social media, TV ads can still have impact, experts say.
Rob Owen answers Question about Jennifer Antkowiak’s replacement, Greta Van Susteren’s departure from Fox News Channel and more.
KDKA’s Harold Hayes also recognized for his long-time achievement.
Here’s a look at campaign ads that have been woven into America’s political history.
This week’s “House Hunters” features Western Pennsylvania natives Brynn Marie and Josh Himes looking for a new home in Nashville, Tenn.
The “MacGyver” remake is pedestrian; Fox’s “The Exorcist” scares punctuate an ominous mood.