‘Access Pittsburgh’ (01/10)

Want the 411 on the 412? “Access Pittsburgh” has you covered with top stories:

Want the 411 on the 412? “Access Pittsburgh” has you covered with top stories:

All your favorite shows are back!

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This week was NBC’s mid-season premiere week and they did not disappoint.

Not only did shows like “America’s Got Talent: The Championship” and “Manifest” start all new seasons, but “Chicago” Wednesdays and comedy Thursdays are back, too.

And we have even more exciting news -- NBC is welcoming a new show airing Friday nights before “Dateline.”

The chilling new drama “Lincoln Rhyme: Hunt for the Bone Collector” is about the search for a notorious serial killer terrifying New York City, and it’s going to keep you on your toes.

This week, “See and Be Seen” sat down with stars Russell Hornsby and Ariella Kebbel to get their thoughts on the upcoming thriller.

“Lincoln Rhyme: Hunt for the Bone Collector” premieres Friday at 8 p.m. on Channel 11.

And on Tuesday, Jan. 14, grab your tissues because “This Is Us” and “New Amsterdam” will be back starting at 9 p.m.

There’s no doubt Mac Miller touched the hearts of many in Pittsburgh.

Miller’s family took to the late rapper’s Instagram account with news of a brand-new album release.

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Circles. January 17.

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Friday Jan. 17, “Circles” will be available which is the companion album of his previous album, “Swimming," which was released just before he died in September of 2018.

Calling all movie enthusiasts!

A new movie titled “Happiest Season,” starring Kristen Stewart and Mackenzie Davis, is set to film in Pittsburgh.

The production is looking for hundreds of paid extras.

Filming is set to take place in January and February.

Beaver County Polar Plunge

Hundreds of people will take the plunge for a great cause this weekend.

Saturday, the eighth annual Beaver County Polar Plunge will benefit the Special Olympics, and while the plunge is the main event, people have been fundraising leading up to the plunge.

One of which is the first annual Beaver County Polar Plunge “Chilly” Cook-Off.

The marina owner, WPXI’s Nicole Jelinek and iconic Pittsburgh singer Donnie Iris will serve as judges.

The event is free, with donations going towards the plunge, and it kicks off Saturday at 9 a.m. at the Bridgewater Landing Marina.

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