September 22 in History
1957September 22, 1957:
The American Western dramatic television series titled “Maverick” is first broadcasted on ABC Television Network.
1964September 22, 1964:
American spy fiction television series, "Man from U.N.C.L.E.", produced by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, is premiered on the NBC Television Network.
1969September 22, 1969:
ABC Television Network shows the first episode of the television series titled "Music Scene".
1976September 22, 1976:
The action comedy film entitled "Charlie's Angels”, directed by Elizabeth Banks, debuts on ABC Television Network.
1982September 22, 1982:
The American sitcom television series titled "Family Ties” is first aired on NBC Television.
1989September 22, 1989:
The action comedy film dubbed "Baywatch" premieres on NBC Television in the United State.
1994September 22, 1994:
Popular American television sitcom titled "Friends", created by David Crane, is first televised on NBC Television Network.
1998September 22, 1998:
The American rock group, The Goo Goo Dolls drops their 6th studio album titled “Dizzy Up The Girl”.
1999September 22, 1999:
The American political drama television series named "The West Wing", which was created by Aaron Sorkin, is originally released on NBC Television Network.
2004September 22, 2004:
The American drama television series titled "Lost" is formally premiered in the United States on ABC Television Network.
- September 22, 2004:
The American mystery drama television series called "Veronica Mars" is released on UPN in the United States. It was created by Rob Thomas.