September 13 in Pop Culture History

13September 13 in Pop Culture History

1928 – Okeechobee Hurricane, east coast USA

1952 – #1 Hit September 13, 1952 – October 17, 1952: Jo StaffordYou Belong To Me

1961 – Car 54 – Where are You? premiered on NBC.

1963 – The Outer Limits premiered on ABC.

1965 – The Today Show (NBC) broadcasted in all-color for the first time.

1969 – Scooby-Doo, Where Are You! premiered on TV.

1970 – The first New York City Marathon was won by Gary Muhrcke.

1972 – The Waltons premiered on CBS.

1977 – SOAP premiered on ABC

1979 – Benson, a spin-off from Soap, debuted on ABC.

1986 – #1 Hit September 13, 1986 – September 19, 1986: BerlinTake My Breath Away

1986 – Pee-wee’s Playhouse premiered on CBS

1990 – Law and Order premiered on NBC

1993 – Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin and PLO Chairman Yasir Arafat signed a historic peace agreement (true), ending centuries of discord in the middle east (not true).

1997 – #1 Hit September 13, 1997 – October 3, 1997: Mariah CareyHoney

1999 – (fictional) Nuclear waste dumped on the far side of the Moon exploded, sending the Moon hurtling into deep space carrying Moonbase Alpha along with it in television’s Space: 1999.

2005 – Supernatural premiered on the WB

2005 – Bones premiered on FOX

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