It's for every one of us. Stands for every one of us. It'll save with a mighty hand… every man, every woman, every child with a mighty flash…the BCTV Daily Dispatch! With waves of love and respect for the greatness of Queen, we're back with another round of the best and brightest across the television landscape over the past twenty-four hours. Today's newbies include Emilia Clark's new Game of Thrones coffee cup culprit, Hell's Kitchen serves raw chicken, Batman only does things above the waist (meaning Batman is a greedy lover?), Motherland: Fort Salem previews a deadly alliance, and The Boys star Jensen Ackles wants a Soldier Boy/Shazam/Hawkman team-up- on a driving range?
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 wrap things up with another edition of "BCTV Weird" where we look back to 1994- when MTV went down the conspiracy action-thriller series route in a way that was about 20 years ahead of its time with Dead at 21. 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 The Morning Show teasing Season 2, Fear the Walking Dead's future, Star Trek: Prodigy announces cast, Rick and Morty take a position on vaping, Samoa Joe possibly WWE NXT-bound, and a whole ton more:
Created by Jon Sherman, and written by Sherman, P.K. Simonds & Manny Coto, MTV's conspiracy thriller-drama Dead at 21 focuses on Ed Bellamy (Jack Noseworthy), who learns on his 20th birthday that he was the subject of a childhood medical experiment that resulted in him having microchips implanted in his brain. The good news? The chips make him a genius. The fine print? Well, if you look at the title then you know what happens when he reaches the legal drinking of most states. With Maria Cavalos (Lisa Dean Ryan) by his side, Ed looks to find a way to stop the seemingly inevitable- all while staying one step ahead of the research center's Agent Winston (Whip Hubley), who's been charged with bringing Ed "home." For 1994 and thread-thin budget, the 13-episode series was better than it had any right to be and is definitely worth checking out:
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