More Videos

WRAL promotes its live coverage of the Raleigh Christmas Parade 0:16

WRAL promotes its live coverage of the Raleigh Christmas Parade

Football fans: how to cut your cable and still watch your games 2:06

Football fans: how to cut your cable and still watch your games

Women's Rally on Raleigh draws several thousand to Halifax Mall 3:07

Women's Rally on Raleigh draws several thousand to Halifax Mall

US soccer star breaks down after hearing husband is heading to Super Bowl 0:40

US soccer star breaks down after hearing husband is heading to Super Bowl

How the Carbon 3D printer works 2:32

How the Carbon 3D printer works

Senate moves closer to ending government shutdown 2:51

Senate moves closer to ending government shutdown

Upscale golf community gets $830K from NC taxpayers 2:24

Upscale golf community gets $830K from NC taxpayers

Zion Williamson’s mom explains how Duke beat our South Carolina to sign her son 1:05

Zion Williamson’s mom explains how Duke beat our South Carolina to sign her son

Breakfast, lunch and dinner – what's your Durham favorite? 0:43

Breakfast, lunch and dinner – what's your Durham favorite?

See why Peters says it 'hurts' to win 5:15

See why Peters says it 'hurts' to win

  • NC State grad is a finalist in search for new "Mythbusters" show

    NCSU engineering grad Tamara Robertson is a finalist in the search for hosts for a new "Mythbusters" show on the Science Channel. The winner will be revealed in the live season finale of "Mythbusters: The Search" Saturday, Feb. 25, at 9 p.m.

NCSU engineering grad Tamara Robertson is a finalist in the search for hosts for a new "Mythbusters" show on the Science Channel. The winner will be revealed in the live season finale of "Mythbusters: The Search" Saturday, Feb. 25, at 9 p.m. Discovery
NCSU engineering grad Tamara Robertson is a finalist in the search for hosts for a new "Mythbusters" show on the Science Channel. The winner will be revealed in the live season finale of "Mythbusters: The Search" Saturday, Feb. 25, at 9 p.m. Discovery
Happiness is a Warm TV

Happiness is a Warm TV

It's must read television!

NCSU grad is a finalist in the search for TV’s new ‘Mythbuster’

February 19, 2017 07:15 AM

More Videos

WRAL promotes its live coverage of the Raleigh Christmas Parade 0:16

WRAL promotes its live coverage of the Raleigh Christmas Parade

Football fans: how to cut your cable and still watch your games 2:06

Football fans: how to cut your cable and still watch your games

Women's Rally on Raleigh draws several thousand to Halifax Mall 3:07

Women's Rally on Raleigh draws several thousand to Halifax Mall

US soccer star breaks down after hearing husband is heading to Super Bowl 0:40

US soccer star breaks down after hearing husband is heading to Super Bowl

How the Carbon 3D printer works 2:32

How the Carbon 3D printer works

Senate moves closer to ending government shutdown 2:51

Senate moves closer to ending government shutdown

Upscale golf community gets $830K from NC taxpayers 2:24

Upscale golf community gets $830K from NC taxpayers

Zion Williamson’s mom explains how Duke beat our South Carolina to sign her son 1:05

Zion Williamson’s mom explains how Duke beat our South Carolina to sign her son

Breakfast, lunch and dinner – what's your Durham favorite? 0:43

Breakfast, lunch and dinner – what's your Durham favorite?

See why Peters says it 'hurts' to win 5:15

See why Peters says it 'hurts' to win

  • WRAL promotes its live coverage of the Raleigh Christmas Parade

    WRAL’s cameras will be set up at the corner of West Edenton and Hillsborough Streets and will start earlier than WTVD’s coverage – at 9:30 a.m. The two and a half hour broadcast will be commercial free.

Happiness is a Warm TV logo

Happiness is a Warm TV

It's must read television! We have DVRs. We have cable. We have armchairs. That makes us highly qualified to talk about television. Join us as we explore what's good, what's bad, what's too bad to miss, and anything else TV has to offer. Contributors are Brooke Cain and Thad Ogburn.