“Instantly Southern” is a new cookbook of recipes for Southern dishes that can be made in an Instant Pot or other multicooker. Author Sheri Castle focuses on teaching how to build flavors by using time-honored techniques.
Vivian Howard’s PBS cooking show “A Chef’s Life” is ending after five seasons. The acclaimed Southern chef will produce a new food show premiering next year. Howard is raising money for victims of Hurricane Florence.
Crook’s Corner in Chapel Hill, NC, is known for Southern dishes like shrimp and grits and Atlantic Beach Pie. The owner is selling the restaurant to bartender Gary Crunkleton, and chef Bill Smith is taking on a new role.
Georgia O’Keeffe, one of the 20th century’s most iconic artists, will have an exhibit at NC Museum of Art that places her alongside contemporary artists, including Negar Ahkami, Britny Wainwright and Cynthia Daignault.
“The Sentence,” Rudy Valdez’s documentary about his sister’s incarceration, premieres on HBO. New Investigation Discovery series “Unmasked” tackles the South Florida Clown Killer Murder of 1990. “Arrow” Season 7 on The CW.
The CW debuts its “Charmed” reboot, with Sarah Jeffery, Madeleine Mantock and Melonie Diaz. Alec Baldwin kicks off new talk show with Robert DeNiro and Taraji P. Henson interviews. “Terror in the Woods” Lifetime movie.
Tonight’s Hallmark movie “Under the Harvest Moon” stars Wes Brown and Lindy Booth at a dude ranch. Seth Meyers hosts “Saturday Night Live” with Paul Simon as music guest, and John Prine performs on “Austin City Limits.”
Celebrity chef Carla Hall headlines this year’s TerraVita food festival in Chapel Hill. Hall’s new cookbook is “Carla Hall’s Soul Food.” She was co-host of ABC’s “The Chew,” which ended shortly after co-host Mario Batali was fired.
10-year-old Hunter Rowland of Raleigh competes in the premiere of the Universal Kids TV show ‘American Ninja Warrior Junior,’ a spinoff of the NBC show. The Brooks Elementary 5th grader is the daughter of Pete and Hannah Rowland.
Matthew Weiner, creator of “Mad Men,” debuts his star-studded new drama “The Romanoffs” on Amazon Prime. Hulu has the new series “Light As a Feather” and Netflix has “The Haunting of Hill House” and “ReMastered.”