Season 2 of “Trial & Error” premieres on NBC Thursday July 19 parodying the HBO true crime documentary “The Jinx” (Season 1 tackled “The Staircase,” the Michael Peterson murder trial in Durham NC) and starring Kristin Chenoweth.
HBO premieres the documentary "Robin Williams: Come Inside My Mind" covering the life and suicide of the beloved comedian and actor. Directed by Marina Zenovich. POV has "Lindy Lou, Juror Number Two" on PBS and UNC-TV.
NC author Scott Reintgen talks about ‘Nyxia Unleashed,’ the second part of the ‘Nyxia’ trilogy that will be published July 17. It’s the continuation of a story about 10 teens competing aboard a spaceship for a job.
Discovery's "Shark Week" starts July 22 celebrating its 30th anniversary, but first, "50 Best Bites" gives us the best moments from the series' history. "History of Comedy" Season 2 starts on CNN with a look at sex and sexual humor.
CBS will burn off episodes of two canceled sitcoms — “Me Myself & I” (John Larroquette, Sharon Lawrence and Bobby Moynihan star) and “Living Biblically” — on Saturdays. Hallmark Channel has a marathon of Christmas movies running through July.
The Morgan Street Food Hall in downtown Raleigh announced it would delay its opening from July 23 to August. The announcement follows a media preview this week. Morgan Street is one of four food hall projects opening in the Triangle.
Downtown Cary will be home to the new brewery Cotton House Craft Brewers. At first the beer will be made in Fayetteville’s Dirtbag Ales brewery, but move to Cary in 2019. The new Triangle brewery will open as a taphouse in summer 2018.
Netflix premieres a new baking competition series, "Sugar Rush," while PBS has a new episode of "The Great British Baking Show." CBS debuts "Whistleblower," with real people exposing wrongdoing at corporations.
The 2018 Emmy Award nominations have three North Carolina and Triangle ties: Amy Sedaris, who grew up in Raleigh; Raleigh native Evan Rachel Wood for HBO’s “Westworld”; and Netflix’s “Stranger Things 2,” created by Durham’s Duffer Brothers.
New Hallmark Christmas movies start Oct. 27, 2018, but first the network gives us a Keepsake Preview marathon of Hallmark classics, running July 13 - 26. The “Christmas in July” schedule includes “Christmas Cottage” by NC’s Stacey Cotrufo.