We're not here for your entertainment. You don't really want to mess with us tonight. Just stop and take a second. We were fine before you walked into our life. Cause you know it's over before it began. Keep your drink, just give us the money It's just you and your… BCTV Daily Dispatch… tonight! With much love and respect to P!nk, we're back with another round of the best and brightest across the television landscape over the past twenty-four hours. Today brings some welcome new additions, including a Power promise, a Dexter tease, Mando not filming Season 3 yet, Bob's Burgers releases more music, Another Life offers a preview, Titans star Joshua Orpin shows off his "Superbod," Night Court books another pilot cast member, Fear the Walking Dead goes out strong, The Boys star Jensen Ackles gets an Arrowverse seal of approval- and while it didn't make the list yet, Always Sunny is breaking ground on Season 15.
Following that, we have the "BCTV Rewind" with a selection of curated articles more than worth your time that you may have missed the first time around. Then we have the return of "Random TV History Stuff" with Tales from the Crypt starting its run and Twin Peaks ending theirs. Finally, we have another dose of "BCTV Weird" as we travel back to the 80's and that time Thomas Magnum and Jessica Fletcher crossed paths (and Fletcher saved Magnum's butt from death row).
Now here's a look at today's BCTV's 10/24 Rundown:
And here are a few more articles to add to your reading lists- including Fall Out Boy & Spidey, Invasion, Lio Rush retiring, Stranger Things adds cast, Rob McElhenney dresses for It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia success, Chucky rolls on, Brooklyn Nine-Nine looks back, MacGruber loads its cast, and we remember Adam West:
Today, we say hello and goodbye to two weird, creepy shows. First, 1989 saw HBO introducing the deathly punning of The Cryptkeeper in Tales from the Crypt. Then 1991, David Lynch's Twin Peaks left ABC- and left fans with a two-decades-plus cliffhanger involving Kyle MacLachlan's Dale Cooper, the Black Lodge, and a mirror. Here's a look at both:
We have a confession. We're disgustingly huge fans of shared universes and crossovers- the odder, the better. One in particular that turned out better than it had any right to was the 1986 crossover between Magnum, PI and Murder, She Wrote. During the seventh season episode of Magnum PI "The Novel Connection," Tom Selleck's Thomas Magnum and Angela Lansbury's Jessica Fletcher (Murder, She Wrote) cross paths- resulting in Magnum being accused of murder. Fletcher would go on to clear his name in the third season episode of her series, "Magnum on Ice." Here's a look:
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