Mary Tyler Moore headlined her own TV show, people starting talking like pirates and Superman saved TV on this day in pop culture.
Five of you favorite TV shows debuted for the first time on this day in pop culture history.
Samantha’s nose began to twitch when “Bewitched” first appeared on TV on this day. America also crowned its first black Miss America too.
Whatever happened to the soldier who won Jesus’ robe after He died? The story was turned into a movie released on this day in CinemaScope.
USA Today printed its first edition today and Marilyn Monroe struck a pose.
The Star-Spangled Banner was written on this day in pop culture history and the 2nd worst TV series aired on this day too!
Did you know that Scooby-Doo once went by the name of “Too Much?” His first show began airing on the same day as The Outer Limits on this day in pop culture history.
It was on this day in 1959 that the first TV show began airing episodes in full color.
Today is a day in which most of us will never forget and with good reason. It is also the day when an iconic Christmas song was recorded.
You’ve seen the cartoons, but did you know that Popeye the Sailor once had his own radio show?
The radio and TV network known as the “peacock network” began airing on this day in 1926!
Both the animated “Super Friends” and the sci-fi adventure series, “Star Trek” debuted on TV on this day in pop culture history.
The lesser-known but often fan-favorite cartoon, “Hong Kong Phooey” by Hanna-Barbera debuted on this day in pop culture history.
Two of Sid and Marty Krofft’s TV series began premiering on this day…
Oswald the Lucky Rabbit (the little guy who came before Mickey Mouse) was born on this day in pop culture history along with the premiere of CBS’s “The Amazing Race.”
Mark Spitz won seven gold medals, The Price is Right debuted and Beetle Bailey began appearing in newspapers on this day.