Two documentaries about Fyre Festival landed this week — ‘Fyre Fraud’ on Hulu and ‘Fyre’ on Netflix — and both feature Raleigh’s Seth Crossno of the ITB Insider. Crossno won a $5 million lawsuit against organizer Billy McFarland.
John Walsh teams with his son Callahan to track down America’s most wanted criminals and find missing children in ID’s “In Pursuit” series. “Deadly Class” premieres on Syfy and “Nature” has “Equus: Story of the Horse” on PBS.
It's unlikely that anyone has ever wished to see Tommy Chong standing in front of an audience belting a lukewarm version of "I Will Survive" while decked out head-to-toe in a pineapple costume with washboard abs.
The Netflix series “Tidying Up with Marie Kondo” premiered Jan. 1 and is inspiring a nation to declutter closets, drawers and garages and toss items that do not ‘spark joy.’ Thrift and consignment stores have benefited from the purge.
Raleigh native Evan Rachel Wood plays Mary Shelley in the Season 6 premiere of Comedy Central’s “Drunk History.” It’s Wood’s second appearance on the series — she played Revolutionary War veteran Deborah Sampson in Season 5.
The CW has the premiere of a new drama, “Roswell, New Mexico,” starring Jeanine Mason, Nathan Parsons. “This Is Us” is back on NBC, and the American Experience documentary “The Swamp” tells the story of the Florida Everglades.
On the second episode of “The Bachelor,” we learned that 2018 Miss North Carolina USA Caelynn Miller-Keyes and Miss Alabama Hannah Brown really do not like each other. Who was called “fake”? Who got a rose? Who went home?