October 2 in History
1933October 2, 1933:
A comedy by American playwright, Eugene O'Neill titled “Ah, Wilderness” makes its Broadway debut at the Guild Theatre.
1946October 2, 1946:
The soap opera titled "Faraway Hill" is first aired on the DuMont Television Network in the United States.
1951October 2, 1951:
The first national television station in the Netherlands called NPO 1 is launched.
1955October 2, 1955:
The American television anthology series titled “Alfred Hitchcock Presents" debuts on CBS Television Network.
1957October 2, 1957:
The epic war film entitled "The Bridge on the River Kwai", directed by David Lean, premieres in London.
1961October 2, 1961:
The first episode of the American medical drama series named “Ben Casey" is shown on ABC Television Network.
1995October 2, 1995:
“(What's the Story?) Morning Glory”, the second studio album by English rock band Oasis, is issued.
2001October 2, 2001:
The American comedy-drama television series titled "Scrubs" is first broadcasted on ABC Television Network.
2011October 2, 2011:
The American psychological spy television series dubbed "Homeland" is screened for the first time in the United States.
2018October 2, 2018:
Melania Trump, First Lady of The United States, begins her tour of Africa with Ghana being her first destination.