Our area has showcased many reality TV stars, such as “Survivor” contestants, the “Dance Moms” and “Farm Kings.”
The reality show “Dance Moms” is set here in Pittsburgh, as well as “Farm Kings.”
Special effects artists from Pittsburgh have been well represented in the reality show “Face Off” on the SyFy channel.
Jeff Foxworthy hosts a new CBS reality show. It features the work of amateur bakers, including Ellwood City native, Carlo Fuda.
Director John Venner cues Tim King, who lets the cows out to pasture, as cameras roll. Stage 3 Productions is taping the second season of “Farm Kings,” a popular show on GAC, the Great American Country network.
Just eight days after the death of a reality TV star, MTV is pulling the plug on “Buckwild.”
Another person from our area was chosen to be on a reality TV show.
Welcome to Jukebox Jury, our new music debate show where experts face off and a jury of fans decides the winner. THE CASE: Last week, American Idol returned with a whimper instead of the bang […]
It’s a growing franchise in the Pittsburgh area — Moe’s Southwest Grill. Now, the president of the company has been put in the spotlight on the CBS reality show “Undercover Boss.”
The new reality show “Buckwild” premiered on MTV Thursday night. It features young people having a good ol’ time, but some say it sends the wrong message. Welcome to the new “Jersey Shore,” 500 miles away in Charleston, West Virginia.
The winner of the CBS hit reality show “Big Brother” is back home in Shaler Township. He’s also a half million dollars richer.
Now’s your chance to get your own reality TV show. The Next Reality Star Pittsburgh contest is looking for colorful Pittsburghers to create a reality show around.
KDKA AM’s Larry Richert talks to legendary TV producer Bob Kusbit about a contest in Pittsburgh to find the next reality TV star.
Produce from the King Family Farms in Valencia is a staple of local farmers markets. Now, the close-knit family is about to become famous, nationwide.
On Monday night’s episode of the show, Christina Aguilera criticized Tony Lucca’s choice to perform Jay-Z’s “99 Problems,” calling the lyrics derogatory to women. Tony spoke with Bubba Show on 100.7 Star about the growing tension between the two former Mickey Mouse Club cast members.