“Simpsons” creator Matt Groening brings new adult animated comedy fantasy series “Disenchantment” to Netflix. On PBS, the season finale of “The Great British Baking Show.” Season 11 premiere of “Treehouse Masters.”
WRAL anchor Jeff Hogan will return to on-air duties after a bodysurfing accident at Wrightsville Beach in June left him temporarily paralyzed. Hogan discussed his recovery in an Aug. 16 interview with Renee Chou.
Episodes of NBC’s “Trial & Error: Lady, Killer” are billed as “biggest, funniest, most explosive” so far. A #savetrialanderror campaign is underway asking Netflix, Hulu or Amazon prime to save the canceled sitcom.
On “Martha & Snoop’s Potluck Dinner Party,” guests Terrence Howard, Queen Latifah and Jussie Smollett help Martha teach Snoop to milk a cow. The Season 1 finale (show is renewed) of “Gordon Ramsay’s 24 Hours to Hell and Back” on Fox.
Syfy shows shark movies all week, including “Santa Jaws,” as they build up to “Sharknado 6,” the last in the cheesy shark-tornado franchise. Jenna Cooper on “Bachelor in Paradise” and more “Our Man in Tehran.”
Raleigh’s Jenna Cooper makes her appearance on ABC’s “Bachelor in Paradise” tonight. PBS and Frontline start its 2-part series on Iran, “Our Man in Tehran.” And NC native Joshua Lozoff on Penn & Teller magician show.
NCCU graduate Janese Henry of Spring Lake, NC, competes on the “Worst Cooks in America” show on the Food Network. 2018 Teen Choice Awards airs on Fox and Epix has the Season 2 premiere of “Get Shorty.”
Paramount premieres the documentary “I Am Paul Walker” about life and career of the late “Fast and Furious” star. Oxygen has the true crime doc “The Disappearance of Crystal Rogers.” The Hallmark movie is “Lost at Sea.”
Janese Henry of Spring Lake, NC, is a contestant on Season 14 of Food Network’s “Worst Cooks in America.” The show premieres Sunday, Aug. 12 at 9 p.m. Henry is a graduate of NC Central University in Durham.
Netflix premieres “Insatiable” (Debby Ryan, Dallas Roberts and Alyssa Milano) and “All About the Washingtons” (Joseph “Rev Run” Simmons and Justine Simmons) on Aug. 10. New “Great British Baking Show.”
Two new episodes of NBC’s “Trial & Error” tonight, including a verdict on Lavinia’s guilt. The second episode is a great throwback to “The Jinx.” “Perfect Murder” on ID looks at the Joyce Aparo murder in Connecticut.
NBC doesn’t want a third season of “Trial & Error,” the sitcom inspired by Michael Peterson’s “Staircase” documentary. Fans are hoping Netflix, Hulu or Amazon Prime Video might pick it up. Info on the campaign to #savetrialanderror.
Season 4 of “Better Call Saul” starts on AMC, followed by the series premiere of “Lodge 49.” ABC has Becca’s choice in the live finale of “The Bachelorette.” ID has “Sugar Town” about the police shooting of Victor White III.
“American Idol” ‘winner Scotty McCreery takes his kinfolk to play “Celebrity Family Feud” against Chris Kattan on ABC. Season 3 of “Chesapeake Shores” premieres on Hallmark and iHeartCountry Music Festival airs on Fox.
Catherine Bell and Cameron Mathison star in the Hallmark Summer Nights movie “Summer to Remember.” Lifetime’s movie is “Killer Twin” and Oxygen has true crime specials “Cold Justice” and “Golden State Killer: Main Suspect.”
Kelsey Grammer and Kristen Bell star in the new Netflix original movie “Like Father.” The “Quantico” series finale on ABC and “Golden State Killer Caught” on ID. “Great British Baking Show” quarterfinal on biscuits.