Uterine carcinosarcomas (UCS) are rare and highly aggressive tumors. Although it is currently accepted that the majority of UCS are metaplastic carcinomas, their aggressive behavior is unparalleled to that of any other high-grade endometrial neoplasms. Therefore, the search for the distinct immunohistochemical and molecular features that could help in the development of new treatment strategies continues. We evaluated the expression of PDL-1, growth hormone releasing hormone receptor, p53, WT1, PAX-8, estrogen receptor, HNF-1, and mismatch repair proteins in 43 UCS. Tumors were selected from the archives of the Magee-Womens Hospital University of Pittsburgh Medical Center Department of Pathology. Seventeen were stage I, 4 were stage II, 15 were stage III, and 7 were stage IV. The median age was 67 yr and median overall survival was 3.2 yr. Immunostaining for PAX8, HNF-1, and estrogen receptor showed statistically significant difference between epithelial and stromal components. Expression of p53 was significantly associated with clinical high stage, but other markers did not correlate with stage or survival. Immunostaining for programmed death ligand-1 was strongly positive in 30 UCS (70%), including 24 cases with tumor cell positivity, 12 cases with tumor cell and tumor-infiltrating immune cell positivity, and 6 cases with tumor-infiltrating immune cell positivity only. Of 27 tumors tested for mismatch repair expression, 12 (44%) showed loss of expression, 7 of which were PDL-1 positive. Growth hormone releasing hormone receptor was positive in 38 tumors (88%) and predominantly expressed in the epithelial component. The range of positivity for programmed death ligand-1 and growth hormone releasing hormone receptor suggests a possible potential adjuvant treatment that may be considered for UCS.