Call of the Primitives is a late season 3 episode of G1 Transformers.
On 17th of September 1972 the TV comedy series “M*A*S*H”, adapted from the movie, starring Alan Alda, Loretta Swit, Wayne Rogers, and McLean Stevenson was first shown on CBS in the US.
On 10th of September 1993, The X-Files” TV show, created by Chris Carter and starring David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson was first shown on Fox.
First Wave, the first episode of Blazar feels very much like a Kaiju movie (giant monster movie, think Godzilla) compressed into a single 20 minute episode, cutting out the whole is the giant monster real bits and skipping right to the city destruction!
The episode opens with the Enterprise on route to the planet Ariannus to deal with a Battarial invasion and they need to do some orbital germ killing basically.
On 25th June 1967 the first global satellite television program: “Our World” broadcast. It featured 19 acts representing 19 nations including The Beatles singing “All You Need Is Love”.
On 30th of April 1952, Mr Potato Head, became the first toy to be advertised on American television.
Sar-sgeoil: Greenvoe airs on BBC ALBA on Tuesday 21 March at 9pm and will be available to watch on BBC iPlayer for 30 days after.
The first episode was aired on BBC 1 on Sunday 12th of March whilst controversy was still raging across the media of the Beeb’s decision to broadcast 5 of the programmes with a 6th film, being released on iPlayer only.
On 15th of January 1981 the American cop series Hill Street Blues first aired on NBC.