The 2019 Oscar-nominated documentary “Minding the Gap” airs on PBS. The true crime series “Children of the Snow” on Investigation Discovery (ID) tackles the Oakland County Child Killer case. Hallmark has the “Rescue Dog Show.”
NBC airs an all-star tribute to Elvis Presley’s ‘68 Comeback Special, hosted by Blake Shelton. Hallmark has the 2019 American Rescue Dog Show, and Investigation Discovery has the true crime documentary “BTK: A Killer Among Us.”
Roku, Apple TV or other streaming device can replace the Time Warner Cable / Spectrum digital adapters customers use for extra TVs at a cost of $6 per month. The Spectrum television app is free for customers.
Lifetime premieres the Olivia Newton-John bio-pic “Hopelessly Devoted to You” starring Delta Goodrem. The Hallmark movie is “Love, Romance and Chocolate.” “Cold Justice” returns on Oxygen. Don Cheadle hosts “Saturday Night Live.”
ABC’s 20/20 airs a true crime documentary on Ted Bundy, interviewing survivors and investigators. Fox premieres “Proven Innocent” with Kelsey Grammer. Amazon Prime has “Lorena” (Bobbit) docuseries, Netflix has “The Umbrella Academy.”
WRAL announced Wednesday that chief meteorologist Greg Fishel has resigned and no longer works for the NC broadcast company. WRAL called it a “personnel matter,” and Fishel said “personal issues” led to his resignation.
“Chicago Med” and “Chicago Fire” will air overnight on WRAL because of the Syracuse at NC State basketball game at 8 p.m. You can also watch Thursday On Demand or on NBC.com. Also, it’s the finale of CBS’ “Big Brother: Celebrity.”
In Week 6 of “The Bachelor,” three women left the show and warned Colton Underwood to be careful with the remaining bachelorettes. Did 2018 Miss North Carolina Caelynn Miller-Keyes get a rose? Here’s the recap.
PBS’ American Experience documentary “Sealab” follows the work of NC doctor George Bond, a pioneer of ocean exploration. Frontline looks at an abusive pediatrician on American Indian reservations. BET premieres “Boomerang.”
A report from Cordcutting.com analyzing broadband streaming speed and penetration across the country predicts Raleigh, NC, will be the No. 1 city for cutting the cord and canceling cable in the U.S. in 2019.
“Hale County This Morning, This Evening,” directed by RaMell Ross, is nominated for an Oscar in the Best Documentary Feature category for 2019. On Week 6 of “The Bachelor” on ABC, Colton and the women travel to Vietnam.
Alicia Keys hosts the 2019 Grammy Awards on CBS, with performances by Cardi B and Post Malone. Some NC musicians are nominated, including J. Cole. On Oxygen, the premiere of “Deadly Cults” starts with a vampire story.
Tonight PBS has the theatrical hit “Won’t You Be My Neighbor,” a documentary about children’s TV host Fred Rogers. Lifetime has the Victoria Gotti movie “My Father’s Daughter,” and the new Hallmark movie is “The Story of Us.”
Stacey Castor, convicted of murdering two husbands, is the subject of 20/20’s “Black Widow” true crime documentary on ABC. On Netflix, “One Day at a Time” returns for Season 3, and Showtime has a Teddy Pendergrass film.
HBO’s “Song of Parkland” documentary follows the dedicated drama teacher Melody Herzfeld and theater students at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in the months following the 2018 shooting in Florida.
The Season 14 finale of “Criminal Minds” airs on CBS tonight. The series is renewed for Season 15, but that will be the last one. Smithsonian Channel launches 2019’s Wild Wednesdays with “Incredible Animal Moments” film.
The new BET dramatic series “American Soul” explores the founding of Don Cornelius’ “Soul Train,” starring Sinqua Walls, Kelly Rowland and Bobby Brown. “Finding Your Roots” has S. Epatha Merkerson and Michael Strahan.