Fox's "Bob's Burgers" debuted last season and quietly developed into a cult phenomenon.
Well, at least they were able to laugh about it later.
The former WDVE-FM host plans a live comedy show and more.
Fake Web report on Hines Ward signing with Baltimore makes it to WPXI's 6 a.m. report before issuing on-air correction.
A Philippine official says "Friday Night Lights" and "John Carter" star Taylor Kitsch was not hassled at Manila's airport recently.
WTAE-TV is adding a new general assignment editor to the mix.
It was a leap sweeps this year, with local Nielsen ratings confirming KDKA-TV's strength in news broadcasts from lunchtime on.
Former Pittsburgher E.J. Johnston, son of former Penguins coach and general manager Ed Johnston, is among the show's executive producers.
There's no getting around politics in "Game Change," HBO's jaw-dropping TV movie depicting the 2008 presidential campaign of Sen. John McCai
Thirteen was not a lucky number for Adam Brock, the Washington, Pa., creative arts director whose "American Idol" run ended on
Two model homes in Cranberry will be featured on a new HGTV show airing 2:30 p.m. today.
If Sharon Needles weren't already wearing so much drag makeup, she'd be blushing.
Adam Brock, 27, was not among the top 10 vote-getters from earlier in the week, and was not one of the judges' three wild card choices.
ABC's one-hour comedy "GCB" (10 p.m. Sunday, WTAE) is a holy hoot.
KDKA-TV news anchor Susan Koeppen is scheduled to undergo surgery next week to repair a faulty heart valve. Ms.
NBC's "Awake" (10 tonight, WPXI) begins with a simple premise: After the family car he's driving tumbles over a cliff, Los Angeles