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  • baroque violin premiered by Mieko Kanno, Conway Hall, London, 7 May 1999.
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  • In October 1999 " Smiley ", Frank's play about the great cellist Jacqueline du Pre, was premiered in Brussels.
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  • Three talented filmmakers were selected to create a 3-minute film for both festivals, which will be premiered at the VIP event.
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  • premiered at the international electronic arts festival Ars Electronica, in Linz, Austria, in 1994.
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  • stereophonic music recorded by Leopold Stokowski and the Philadelphia Orchestra, is premiered in the US.
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  • trumpet concerto, was premiered by the Cleveland Symphony Orchestra in 1996.
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  • Revised version for baroque violin premiered by Mieko Kanno, Conway Hall, London, 7 May 1999.
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  • November 13 Disney's Fantasia animated feature, with stereophonic music recorded by Leopold Stokowski and the Philadelphia Orchestra, is premiered in the US.
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  • His most recent work, a trumpet concerto, was premiered by the Cleveland Symphony Orchestra in 1996.
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  • Just before The Simple Life premiered, a sex tape Paris had made with her ex, Rick Salomon, was leaked to the Internet in 2003.
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  • Dancing with the Stars, based on the British series Come Dancing, premiered June 1, 2005 and became and immediate hit.
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  • Her newest television sitcom, Up All Night, premiered on NBC in 2011.
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  • The show premiered on VH1 in its fourth season in January 2005.
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  • Hogan Knows Best, following Hulk Hogan and his family, also premiered at this time.
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  • The show premiered in September 2006 and has since gained excellent viewership.
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  • The Ellen DeGeneres Show premiered and immediately won the praises of critics and fans alike.
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  • The program, which premiered in the UK in 2001, featured young singers who auditioned before four judges for their chance at pop superstardom.
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  • In 2008, Swayze began working on a series for A&E called The Beast, which premiered on January 15, 2009.
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  • Lovato is currently the star of the Disney series Sonny With a Chance, which premiered in February 2009.
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  • Three years later a television show with the same name premiered, with weekly half-hour episodes.
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  • In 2009, V was remade and premiered on ABC starring Scott Wolf, Elizabeth Mitchell, and Morena Baccarin.
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  • The premise of Living Single was similar to that of the blockbuster sitcom Friends, though Living Single had been on the air for a full year before Friends premiered.
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  • Interestingly, many of the movie's biggest fans were not even born when the original movie premiered.
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  • In April 2009, Hannah Montana: The Movie premiered to record audiences and paved the way for the marketing of additional Hannah Montana merchandise.
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  • The show premiered on the National Geographic Channel under the name of The Dog Whisperer with Cesar Millan in September 2004.
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  • This cinema premiered Disney's first animated movie, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.
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  • Miles "Tails" Prower premiered in Sonic the Hedgehog 2.
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  • ABC Dance War premiered in January of 2008, and immediately met wild success.
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  • For those wanting to experience more of the choreography directly from the experts, check out the online video links of High School Musical 2 Dance Along, which premiered on the Disney Channel around the same time as the movie release.
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  • The Terminator premiered in movie theaters in 1984 and became an instant hit with science fiction and action adventure lovers.
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  • Over 160 million viewers worldwide had seen the movie by the time the sequel premiered in 2007.
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  • The Sleeping Beauty ballet premiered in St. Petersburg, Russia, on January 14, 1890.
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  • Director James Whale once related a story in which he was called by a famous actress at about three a.m. on the night that Frankenstein premiered.
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  • One of the first breakout movies had three sequels that premiered over eight years.
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  • Halloweentown first premiered in October of 1998.
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  • The original movie premiered in 1998 and was based on a book of the same name.
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  • In 2001, Zenon: The Zequel premiered with most of the original cast.
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  • Although the third High School Musical movie premiered in theaters, the first two set records for viewers when they originally premiered in January 2006 and August 2007 respectively.
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  • Screenwriter Melissa Rosenberg turned in the rough draft for the New Moon script on the day Twilight premiered.
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  • The full version of the trailer premiered in movie theaters before the movie Bandslam that week.
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  • When the first New Moon movie trailer premiered on the 2009 MTV music awards, the sighs and screams of fan-girls could be heard across the nation.
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  • The first American soap opera was Guiding Light, which premiered as the first radio drama in the beginning of 1937.
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  • When the Days of Our Lives soap opera premiered in 1965, critics lauded it for showing 'contemporary' American life as it followed the trials and tribulations of the Horton family.
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  • General Hospital soap opera premiered on ABC on April 1, 1963.
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  • Which soap premiered on prime time the first time?
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  • The Guiding Light premiered as a radio serial in the 1930s and transitioned to the silver screen in the early 1950s.
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  • The show premiered on October 3, 2004 and in the pilot episode, Mary Alice Young committed suicide.
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  • One Tree Hill premiered on the WB network in 2002 starring Chad Michael Murray as Lucas Scott.
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  • The Wildfire TV show premiered on the ABC Family network in 2005 and aired for four consecutive seasons, ending in May of 2008.
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  • The TV show 7th Heaven premiered on the WB in 1996.
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  • Critics lauded Providence when it premiered on January 8, 1999.
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  • Ever since The Young and the Restless premiered on March 26, 1973, viewers have wanted to know more the characters that appeared larger than life in the fictional city of Genoa City, Wisconsin.
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  • The series premiered on the WB in 1996 and remained there until 2006.
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  • When Agnes Nixon's soap opera about Pine Valley, PA premiered on January 5, 1970, people were instantly hooked to the saga of the willful Kanes, the influential Chandlers and the well-meaning Martins.
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  • Producer Aaron Spelling's 7th Heaven premiered on the WB network in 1996.
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  • At the time of GL's demise, only As the World Turns, which premiered April 2, 1956 will be the longest running soap opera still on the air, followed by General Hospital (1963), Days of Our Lives (1965) and One Life to Live (1968).
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  • The fourth series in the Degrassi franchise, the Next Generation premiered in 2001 and began airing its ninth season in 2009.
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  • The Vampire Diaries premiered on September 10, 2009, and continued on to be the best performing show on the CW.
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  • The soap opera Dallas premiered on U.S. television in 1978.
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  • In 2008, The CW premiered a new 90210 featuring guest appearances of previous series actors like Shannon Doherty and Jennie Garth.
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  • Catching the wave of popularity that vampire sagas have enjoyed in recent years, this HBO serial premiered in September of 2008, and has received rave reviews.
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  • Drop Dead Diva episodes premiered on July 12, 2009 featuring newcomer Brooke Elliot as Jane Bingum, the lawyer ensouled by 24 year old, blonde model Deb Dobkins.
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  • Drop Dead Diva premiered on Lifetime television in 2009.
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  • The series first premiered on June 3, 2007, and wrapped up its fourth season on August 22, 2010.
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  • American Idol, Season 5, premiered on January 17, 2006 and will end May 26, 2006.
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  • The movie was a huge box office success, and Nickelodeon decided to adapt the film into a TV show - also called The Naked Brothers Band - which premiered in February 2007.
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  • The soundtrack was originally released in 1999, when the play premiered in London.
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  • He made his film debut in Stomp the Yard, which premiered in January 2007.
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  • In 2006, The Price of Fame was released, and the debut single, Shortie Like Mine, featuring Chris Brown, premiered at number two on the charts.
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  • Each one, except for the third, originally premiered on the Disney Channel.
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  • Despite some complaining in the press, the show was commercially successful from the first moment it premiered and continues to draw in large crowds.
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  • This show that premiered in 1992 is jam packed with dysfunctional drama, harking back in a way to PBS' An American Family.
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  • In reality, (no pun intended), COPS premiered in the spring of 1989, and has been nominated for various awards over the years, including four Emmys.
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  • The series was developed by a Dutch production company, and premiered in 1999.
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  • This season of The Biggest Loser, which premiered September 18, 2008, is hosted by Allison Sweeney.
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  • Host Ryan Seacrest found fame thanks to his work with American Idol, which premiered on the Fox network in 2002.
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  • A ratings grabber, Season 6 premiered September 16, 2008 with casting calls already under way for Season 7.
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  • The first series of Brooke Hogan Knows Best premiered on July 13, 2008.
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  • When Hogan Knows Best premiered on VH1 on July 10, 2005, it was the network's highest rated premier ever (although it was dethroned by the second season of Flavor of Love in short order).
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  • A 17th season, Survivor: Gabon began filming in summer 2008 and premiered on TV in September 2008.
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  • Little People Big World premiered in October 2006 and is a successful show.
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  • The show premiered in October, 2007 and through the 1st and 2nd season was the number one show on Sunday with adults 18 to 34.
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  • The show premiered its first episode on January 5, 2009.
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  • The first season of Million Dollar Listing premiered in 2006.
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  • In the third season, which premiered in December 2007, it was expanded to a full hour.
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  • The show premiered on MTV on December 9, 2008.
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  • Man vs Wild premiered on October 27, 2006.
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  • At the end of 2008 Ray J teamed up with VH1 to star in a new reality dating show, For the Love of Ray J, which premiered on February 2, 2009.
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  • Season one premiered on January 10, 2008.
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  • I Love New York premiered on January 8, 2007, and featured 20 single men hoping to win New York's affections.
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  • The first season of Real Housewives of New Jersey premiered on Bravo on May 12, 2009.
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  • The show premiered on Food Network in 2009 and is hosted by Ted Allen of Queer Eye for the Straight Guy and Top Chef fame.
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  • The Tyra Banks Show premiered in September of 2005.
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  • Her music video, Shake Ya Body, premiered on America's Next Top Model on a February episode.
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  • The new season premiered on April 8, 2009, and follows veterans from MTV's The Real World, Road Rules and the Fresh Meat challenge as they duke it out in Auckland, New Zealand.
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  • Season one of Daisy of Love premiered on VH1 on April 26, 2009.
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  • The show premiered on HGTV and is also run on the Planet Green network.
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  • The show premiered in March, 2009, and ran for eight episodes.
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  • The most recent U.S. series, which premiered on June 1, 2009, takes place in Costa Rica.
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  • In season two of I Love New York, which premiered on VH1 on October 8, 2007, Pollard is still trying to find the man of her dreams.
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  • New York Goes to Hollywood premiered on August 4, 2008.
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  • I Love Money: This show premiered on July 6, 2008, and reunited contestants from Flavor of Love, Rock of Love, and I Love New York.
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  • Season four of Gene Simmons Family Jewels premiered on June 7, 2009.
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  • The first season of The Next Food Network Star' premiered on the Food Network in June 2005 just four months after it was taped.
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  • In October 2007, Khloe, along with the rest of the Kardashians and Jenners, premiered in her first reality television show, Keeping Up with the Kardashians on E!
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  • VH1 reality show Megan Wants a Millionaire premiered on August 2, 2009.
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  • The first episode premiered on VH1 on August, 16, 2009.
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  • The first season of the show premiered on June 17, 2007.
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  • The first season of the show premiered in 2007 and only included four episodes.
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  • The series was a success, and a second season premiered in 2008, this time with eight episodes.
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  • A third season of the show premiered in 2009.
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  • It premiered in 2004 and had a three season run, lasting until 2008.
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  • Season one of Table for 12 premiered on March 23, 2009, and season two premiered on September 22, 2009.
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  • The show premiered on Discovery Channel on October 6, 2009 and is narrated by Dirty Jobs host Mike Rowe.
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  • Parking Wars is an A&E (Arts and Entertainment) reality show that premiered in January of 2008.
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  • The Steven Seagal Lawman reality show premiered in 2009 on A&E (Arts and Entertainment) and garnered the most viewers for any premiere on that channel with an audience of about 3.5 million viewers.
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  • The show premiered in January, 2010, and focused on the run up to her third studio album.
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  • The Jersey Shore TV series premiered in 2009 and quickly became one of MTV's most watched reality shows.
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  • In 2010, Alley premiered her reality TV show on the A&E Network called Kirstie Alley's Big Life.
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  • Hot on the heels of The Bachelor finale, Rycroft only had two days to practice before Dancing With the Stars premiered.
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  • The first season of the show premiered in March, 2010.
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  • The show premiered in 2009, but was ultimately cancelled when it failed to capture a wide audience.
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  • In July 2000, after the show premiered on CBS, Marvin Rosenblum filed a suit against the network and production company for copyright infringement.
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  • Picking up where Rob and Big left off, Rob Drydek's Fantasy Factory premiered on MTV on February 8, 2009.
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  • Three years later, MTV picked it up as a regular reality TV series which premiered on February 8, 2009.
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  • The series premiered in December 2007 as a midseason filler for the network.
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  • The show premiered on November 14, 2010, consisting of eight episodes airing through January 2, 2011.
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  • The show premiered in October of 2009 and has since attracted over 16 million viewers.
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  • The show premiered in October 2007 and has produced two spin offs: Say Yes to the Dress Atlanta, which takes place at Bridals by Lori, and Say Yes to the Dress: Big Bliss, which helps plus-sized brides find the dress of their dreams.
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  • Interested in the concept of a pop-up restaurant, Sundance Channel picked up the reality show Ludo Bites America, which premiered on July 19, 2011.
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  • It premiered on the UPN network in 1995 and ran for seven years.
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  • Smallville premiered on the former WB network on October 16, 2001.
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  • Seven Days premiered on UPN in 1998 and ran for three years.
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  • Quantum Leap premiered on NBC in 1989 and ran for four and a half years.
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  • The Dead Zone, which premiered on the USA cable network in 2002, is based on the novel of the same name by Stephen King.
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  • The Highlander premiered in first-run syndication in 1992 and ran until 1998.
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  • Beauty and the Beast premiered on CBS in 1987, and ran for two and a half seasons.
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  • In 1968, the big screen movie, Rosemary's Baby, was giving new meaning to the phrase, "You little devil", and a quirky little soap opera titled Dark Shadows premiered on ABC in 1966 and ran through 1971.
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  • Daniel Radcliffe, who plays Harry Potter, turned 20 the same month Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince premiered.
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