BCTV Daily Dispatch 22 June 2021: Manifest Destiny Ends & AHStories

Worlds collide and hearts will be broken. Over and over, it's the same every day. How can I say, what has never concerned me? The secret of my success is I'm living 25 hours … for the BCTV Daily Dispatch! Welcome back to our daily dose of some of the best things happening across the television landscape (and with some serious respect going out to Night Ranger), as we take a look at what's been hitting your radar recently- on a night that isn't a good one for Manifest fans. 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. And then we're back with another edition of "Random TV History Stuff!" with an important date for Cobra Kai fans.

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Manifest/American Horror Stories (Images: NBCU/FX on Hulu)

Today's newbies include a look at Batwing (kinda) in action, Loki music composer throws eggs at worthy target, Rick and Morty go global, Ted Lasso returns, Sophia Di Martino's Loki Variant receives high honor, and STARZ's The Girlfriend Experience gets some love:

10. Batwoman Previews Batwing Debut; Wallis Day Shares Scarred Bat Symbol

9. Game of Thrones Season 1 Gets Arrested Development Mashup Recap

8. When Loki Music Composer Threw Eggs At Simon Cowell On Live TV

7. Rick and Morty Season 5: Very Jerry Father's Day; Wendy's Now Morty's?

6. Ted Lasso Is Under Serious Bowie/Queen Pressure in Season 2 Trailer

5. Loki Honors Sophia Di Martino's Variant with Character Key Art Poster

4. Batwoman Season 2 Episode 17 Preview: Say Hello to Kate Kane, Circe

3. Dexter Burns Some Very Personal Bridges in Newest Showtime Teaser

2. The Girlfriend Experience Season 3 Proves Ambitious Cyberpunk Drama

1. The Orville Season 3: Closest Thing to a "Star Trek" Crossover & More

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And here are a few more articles to add to your reading lists- including Marty Jannetty, Rick and Morty, Power Book II, American Horror Stories, Emilia Clarke, Star Wars: The Acolyte, Manifest, and a whole ton more:

Former WWE Star Marty Jannetty's Phone Stolen by Seagull

Rick and Morty Season 5 Opener Left Us Shivering with Antic-PATION!

Hell's Kitchen Season 20 Preview: Young Guns Go Big But Who Goes Home?

The Mysterious Benedict Society Character Posters; 2-Ep Debut Friday

Power Book II: Ghost Season 2 Promotes 3 to Series Regulars & More

American Horror Stories Poster: Horror Comes Home This July

Our Flag Means Death: 6 More Join Taika Waititi, HBO Max Pirate Comedy

Secret Invasion: Emilia Clarke on MCU Long-Term; Wants "Solo" Spinoff

Star Wars: The Acolyte: Leslye Headland On Series Focus, Writers' Room

The Boys Season 3 Update: Eric Kripke Talks Theme; Offers S03E01 Tease

Manifest Season 4 Gets Netflix Pass; WBTV Not Shopping Series: Report

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Written by Robert Mark Kamen and directed by John G. Avildsen, The Karate Kid would do more than just offer a classic 80s standoff between underdog Daniel LaRusso (Ralph Macchio) and bully Johnny Lawrence (William Zabka) that would permanently cement the phrase "crane kick" in millions of viewers' vocabularies. It would serve as the foundation for one of the world's most popular streaming series running today. So to honor what can best be described as the "origin story" for Netflix's series, here's a look at the trailer for the film that was released on this day in 1984- followed by Steve Aoki and Travis Barker offering a sweet take on the film's popular song:

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About Ray Flook

Serving as Television Editor since 2018, Ray began five years earlier as a contributing writer/photographer before being brought onto the core BC team in 2017.
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