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Today in TV History: July 4
These shows premiered on July 4:
2015: Dog Town, USA (CW) 2014: Knights of Sidonia (Netflix) 2014: Tori & Dean: Cabin Fever (GAC) 2012: America's Lost Treasures (Nat Geo) 2011: Operation: Osmin (nuvoTV) 2010: Boone and Crockett Country (Outdoor) 2010: Dominant Bucks (Outdoor) 2010: Legends of the Fall (Outdoor) 2010: Metajets (Cartoon Network) 2009: Ape Escape (NickToons) 2009: Lockup Special Investigation: Lake County Juvenile Justice (MSNBC) 2008: Mabe in America (CMT) 2008: The Catch: Costa Rica (Outdoor Channel) 2008: The Men7 Show (ION) 2005: First Comes Love (Logo) 2003: Nathan's Hot Dog Eating Contest (ESPN) 2000: Macy's 4th of July Fireworks Spectacular (NBC) 1999: The Hoop Life (Showtime) 1998: Pippi Longstocking (HBO) 1991: Boston Pops Fireworks Spectacular (A&E) 1990: Sk8 TV (Nick) 1990: Wild & Crazy Kids (Nick) 1988: Family Feud (CBS) 1981: A Capitol Fourth (PBS) 1973: Man Builds, Man Destroys (PBS) 1967: Spotlight (CBS) 1966: Chain Letter (NBC) 1966: Showdown (NBC) 1966: Swingin' Country (NBC) 1965: U.S. Women's Open (NBC) 1958: Personal Appearance (CBS) 1957: High-Low (NBC) 1956: Press Conference (NBC) 1956: The Ina Ray Hutton Show (NBC) 1955: Caesar Presents (NBC) 1955: It Pays to Be Married (NBC) 1955: Soupy Sales (ABC) 1955: The Jack Paar Show (CBS) 1955: Those Whiting Girls (CBS) 1954: Kay Kyser's Kollege of Musical Knowledge (NBC) 1953: My Son Jeep (NBC) 1952: Footlights Theater (CBS) 1951: Strike It Rich (CBS) 1950: Lights, Camera, Action (NBC) 1950: Sure as Fate (CBS) 1950: The Joan Edwards Show (Dumont) 1950: The Web (CBS) 1949: Science Circus (ABC) 1948: Try and Do It (NBC)
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2014: First original anime series for Netflix. Knights of Sidonia 2013: First broadcast by 'One America News Network.' 2011: First broadcast by "nuvoTV" after changing its name from "Si TV." 1994: First broadcast by ''America's Talking.'' 1992: First show to have a rating less than 3.0 in ABC history. Julie 1990: First show to have a rating less than 3.0 in CBS history. Normal Life 1965: First time the final round of the US Women's Open was nationally televised. U.S. Women's Open 1962: First broadcast by KHNL-TV (channel 13; Honolulu, HI) as KTRG-TV. 1954: First broadcast by WAFF-TV (channel 48; Huntsville, AL). 1949: First children's educational television series. Science Circus