TV this week: Marvel's "Loki" debut; 'The Bachelorette' seeks love - people

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Chuck Barney's TV and streaming choices from June 6 to 12

DO NOT MISS : “Loki” - The Marvel Cinematic Universe continues to expand with this six-part series that highlights one of its most popular characters. Set after the events of "Avengers: Endgame," the story finds the god of wickedness (Tom Hiddleston) changing shape and dealing with the Time Variance Authority - a bureaucratic organization tasked with keeping the timeline in order. Apparently, they want Loki's help in fixing all the chronological chaos he created after his escape with the Tesseract. The cast also includes Owen Wilson, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Sophia Di Martino, Wunmi Mosaku and Richard E. Grant. (Wednesday, Disney +).

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SUNDAY: Gloria Estefan is our host for "The 43rd Annual Kennedy Center Honors". This year's event honors television legend Dick Van Dyke, country music superstar Garth Brooks, actress and choreographer Debbie Allen, singer-activist Joan Baez and violinist Midori. (20 p.m., CBS).

SUNDAY: The San Francisco Bay Area is the setting for “The Great Food Race: All Stars”. Host Tyler Florence welcomes seven exceptional teams as they embark on a culinary journey with a win of $ 50. First stop: Fisherman's Wharf and bread bowl battle. (000 p.m., Food Network).

MONDAY: Another race for roses begins as "The Bachelorette" returns for its 17th season. Our lead actress, Katie Thurston, from Washington, welcomes 30 muscular men eager to fight for her heart. (20 p.m., ABC).

MONDAY: “The Good Doctor” ends its fourth season with a finale in which Dr. Murphy is forced to perform a risky operation on a patient when the power suddenly goes out at the hospital in Guatemala. (22 p.m., ABC).

TUESDAY: In the season finale of "New Amsterdam," Reynolds receives a dramatic offer. Meanwhile, Max walks through the hospital after losing his wedding ring, and Iggy contemplates a serious life change. (22 p.m., NBC).

WEDNESDAY: Kane Brown and Kelsea Ballerini are teaming up to host the “2021 CMT Music Awards” - the only trophy festival fully voted on by country music fans. Performers include Mickey Guyton, Chris Stapleton, Luke Bryan, Gladys Knight, Miranda Lambert, Thomas Rhett, Gabby Barrett and others. (20 p.m., CMT, MTV, MTV2, Logo, Paramount Network and TV Land).

THURSDAY: Based on a British hit and hosted by former NBA star Dwyane Wade, "The Cube" is a new high octane game show. Two-person teams are challenged to complete seemingly simple physical and mental tasks, while being locked in a plexiglass box with their 'own mind and attitude'. (21 p.m., TBS).

THURSDAY: In the new unscripted series "Reunion Road Trip," viewers step back in time as the cast of popular TV shows come together and reflect on their experiences. First of all: the stars of the soap opera "All My Children". (21 p.m., E!).

THURSDAY: “In the Heights,” director Jon M. Chu's highly anticipated adaptation of Lin-Manuel Miranda's Broadway musical about life in New York's vibrant Washington Heights, is finally hitting theaters. But it is also available for streaming. Anthony Ramos, Corey Hawkins and Leslie Grace lead the cast. (HBO Max).

FRIDAY: In Season 2 of the freewheeling comedy "Betty," our five skaters begin to firmly enter adulthood and take on the challenges that it brings. Will their male counterparts also step up? (23 p.m., HBO).

SATURDAY: Jennie Garth and Anwen O'Driscoll star in "Left For Dead: The Ashley Reeves Story". It's a TV movie based on the real story of an Illinois teenager who in 2017 was abandoned in the woods after being brutally attacked and forced to undergo a lengthy recovery process. (20 p.m., for life).

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