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A new “Doctor Who” Christmas special airs on BBC America Christmas night.
The radio special “Zachary’s Gift” tells the story of Fisher House, founded by Zachary Fisher.
Indie Web series "Dog Bytes" is a bizarre tale of people behaving badly.
Mayor Bill Peduto handed out money to city workers on the reality show, but he won’t say where the money came from.
The mayor dismissed concerns of an implicit quid pro quo between him and the donors.
“My hope all along was to highlight what makes Pittsburgh and its workers special, and the show did that,” Mayor Bill Peduto said.
Police said the groom being filmed for the TLC reality series threw glass cups at the wall and tried to provoke a fight.
Questions answered about “Playing House,” “NBC Nightly News,” “Extant,” “Boston’s Finest” and WBGN.
The singer from Ross who made a splash on national TV is enjoying down time with his family before heading back to the West Coast.
“Undercover Boss” gives Pittsburgh Mayor Peduto a new perspective on how to run a city.
Broadcast networks plan for the new year, announcing new series premiere dates and series return dates, too.
With so much good TV, it's more difficult than ever to single out the truly great shows, although the No. 1 pick was an easy choice.
With nothing new on the console front, 2014 was the year of games.
Longtime KDKA-TV reporter Mary Robb Jackson, who says her job has been the best ride of her life, will retire at the end of the year.
As his star rises on “The Voice,” Pittsburgh’s Chris Jamison keeps his feet on the ground.
After three months on NBC's reality juggernaut, Mr. Jamison did not win "The Voice," but he certainly made a name for himself.
The 2003 Will Ferrell film “Elf” gets remade as a one-hour animated musical, and the results disappoint.
From “Sons of Anarchy” rings to books on “Downton Abbey,” there are plenty of options for television buffs.
Questions answered about “Those Who Kill,” “The Blacklist,” “Manhattan,” “Graceland,” “Survivor” and Brent Musberger.
At one point this week, Ross’ Chris Jamison had not one but two songs in the iTunes Top 10.
As evidence of the “War on Christmas,” Fox cited Pittsburgh’s “Sparkle Day,” an outdated reference to the 1994-97 “Sparkle Season” campaign.
Syfy’s “Ascension” begins well but betrays its promise to be a “limited-event series” by the time it’s done; TLC’s “Secret Santa” bores.
The annual awards, chosen by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, will be hosted by Tina Fey and Amy Poehler on Jan. 11.
Pittsburgh native Michael Keaton earns a Screen Actors Guild Awards nomination for leading actor for his role in “Birdman.”
PBS’s “American Masters” re-discovers Bing Crosby for a 90-minute documentary and his son talks of Pittsburgh ties.
The Ross man qualifies for next week's finale of NBC's "The Voice," as revealed Tuesday night on the live results show.
Questions answered about Cloo, “The Honorable Woman” and “The Price Is Right.”
Butler County sisters help spirits “cross cover” on Travel Channel show.
Courtney Benedetti is head of the hair department for “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” and lists many other famous clients.
Plus: WQED changes one of its subchannels; WTAE raises “Project Bundle-Up” funds.
The mayor’s “Undercover Boss” episode was filmed this fall in a little less than a week.
The actor best known for his role as The Fonz has authored many books and has been an advocate for children with learning challenges.
From a writer of "The Simpsons" with music reminiscent of "Family Guy," an offbeat Christmas special debuts tonight on NBC at 8 p.m.
Roku is a brave new world of streaming television and a lower cable bill.
Pittsburgh Dish subscribers might lose KDKA, The CW
Early risers not wedded to TV news lately
The remaining “Godfather” episodes will be burned off at 12 and 1 p.m. Sunday beginning this weekend.
A new “Toy Story” short on ABC serves as a welcome placeholder until the fourth film arrives in 2017.
The Ross native will be at Stage AE for a free concert tonight at 6.
Questions answered about “Longmire,” “Perception,” “Rizzoli & Isles,” “NCIS” and movies on TCM.
Pittsburgh’s Chris Jamison is hitting high notes on NBC’s “The Voice.”
Lifetime takes a break from woman-in-jeopardy drama for a comedic holiday film starring Grumpy Cat; “It Takes a Choir” re-re-rescheduled.
There’s something for everyone on this list of shows, running through Jan. 1
The Fred Rogers Company launches Won’t You Be My Neighbor site. YouTube will add Music Key music streaming service.
TV networks are now more willing to share actors than they've ever been, with several performers pulling double duty as series regulars
Thanksgiving in film and television: traffic jams, family dysfunction and ruined turkeys.
It’s easy to get swept up in sweeps stories, but local stations seem to be toning down their reports.