Our 2018 guide to the best of Halloween on TV: the horror movies, spooky specials and animated kids’ shows we love, from Michael Myers “Halloween” marathons and “Friday the 13th” to “It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown.”
Kinston chef Vivian Howard ends her PBS TV show “A Chef’s Life” after five seasons with a one-hour special called “The Final Harvest.” It focuses on cast members like Ben Knight, Miss Lillie Hardy and farmer Warren Brothers
Oxygen debuts its documentary “Kemper on Kemper: Inside the Mind of a Serial Killer” about the Co-Ed Killer Ed Kemper. Hallmark’s new movie “Love of Course” stars Kelly Rutherford and Cameron Mathison. Sam Smith, Anderson East on Austin City Limits.
2018 Miss NC USA Caelynn Miller-Keyes of Asheville will be on the Colton season of ABC’s “The Bachelor.” She was first runner-up in this year’s Miss USA pageant. Nina Bartula from Raleigh is also reported to be on the show.
ABC airs “It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown” for the first time this season, followed by “Toy Story of Terror.” We also get the “Murphy Brown” Steve Bannon episode on CBS and a new episode of “The Good Place.”
ABC11 signs a 3-year contract for exclusive broadcast rights to air the 2018 downtown Raleigh Christmas Parade. WTVD won the rights in 2017 from rival WRAL, who held rights for 43 years. WRAL will also air the parade.
There’s a tribe swap on CBS’ “Survivor,” mixing the castaways in the David and Goliath tribes (and giving Natalie the chance to annoy more people). Also, new episodes of “All American” on The CW and “Star” on Fox.
After the breakup of Raleigh’s Jenna Cooper and her “Bachelor in Paradise” fiance Jordan Kimball, Cooper says she has evidence that proves blogger Reality Steve’s claim that she cheated on Jordan is false.
ABC has three new series premiering tonight for the Fall 2018 season: The “Roseanne” reboot “The Conners” (minus Roseanne Barr), Nathan Fillion’s “Rookie” and new sitcom “The Kids are Alright.” “Black-ish” returns.
“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.”
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.
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.
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.
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.”
North Carolina singers on Season 15 of NBC’s “The Voice”: Kameron Marlowe of Kannapolis (Team Blake), and Mikele Buck of Greenville, NC (Team Kelly), Caeland Garner of Coleridge. Duke grad Wyatt Rivers on Comeback Stage.