Marius Payton from WHBQ, the Fox affiliate in Memphis, will join the WNCN CBS 17 team on May 29 as the new weekday evening anchor. Payton replaces Sean Maroney who left in January. Payton joins Angela Taylor who replaced Sharon Tazewell.
Laura Dern stars in the HBO original film "The Tale" based on award-winning writer-director Jennifer Fox's true story of her first sexual experience. Lifetime Movies has "Killer Ending." "Austin City Limits" repeat with Sturgill Simpson and Asleep at the Wheel.
Sanford native Britton Buchanan was the runner-up on Season 14 of NBC's "The Voice." We talk to Britton about Bruce Springsteen, his dancing skills, his upcoming recording projects with Alicia Keys and three concerts scheduled in North Carolina.
WNCN reporter and anchor Justin Quesinberry is leaving CBS 17 for the anchor job at Spectrum News Triad in Greensboro. Quesinberry has been at WNCN for 7 years and is married to Kelly Hinchcliffe, WRAL education reporter.
"Steve Martin and Martin Short: An Evening You Will Forget for the Rest of Your Life" — a stage show that has played across the nation (including DPAC) — premieres on Netflix. NBC's "Champions" ends its season and "My Last Days" starts on The CW.
Raleigh's historic Pullen Park is a major attraction for families, but parking is limited. We have all of the free parking options, including tips for weekends vs. weekdays and which bus to take if you want to avoid the parking hassle.
Chris Hardwick hosts the annual Red Nose Day fundraising event in which celebrities raise money for kids’ charities. ABC News has "The Last Days of Michael Jackson" and season finales for "Siren" on Freeform and "Krypton" on Syfy.
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Three home cooks from the Triangle will compete in season premiere of "MasterChef" on Fox. Hope McFarland of Clayton, Jody Rhodes of Four Oaks and Juni Cuevas of Raleigh. The format changes this season: judges will each guide teams through the competition.
Clay Aiken will star in a new Amazon TV series debuting in September 2018 called "New Dogs, Old Tricks," a spinoff of the movie "What Happened Last Night." He is a former "American Idol" star who appeared in "Celebrity Apprentice" and ran for NC Congress.