ⓘ 1988 in television

                                     

ⓘ 1988 in television

For 1988 in television, see:

  • 1988 in Japanese television
  • 1988 in Brazilian television
  • 1988 in Danish television
  • 1988 in Dutch television
  • 1988 in British television
  • 1988 in Czech television
  • 1988 in Australian television
  • 1988 in Scottish television
  • 1988 in American television
  • 1988 in German television
  • 1988 in South African television
  • 1988 in Philippine television
  • 1988 in Israeli television
  • 1988 in Belgian television
  • 1988 in New Zealand television
  • 1988 in Irish television
  • 1988 in Italian television
  • 1988 in Canadian television
                                     
  • The year 1988 in television involved some significant events. This is a list of notable events in the United States. The following is a list of shows that
  • This was the television schedule on all four networks for the fall season beginning in September 1988 All times are Eastern and Pacific, with certain
  • Events in 1988 in Japanese television Music Fair, music 1964 present Mito Kōmon, jidaigeki 1969 - 2011 Sazae - san, anime 1969 present Ōoka Echizen
  • This is a list of events in Scottish television from 1988 19 January Debut of the BBC Scotland made - for - television film Down Where The Buffalo Go. 13
  • This was the television schedule on all four United States commercial television networks for the fall season beginning in September 1987. All times are
  • This is a list of Canadian television related events from 1988 Country Canada 1954 2007 Hockey Night in Canada 1952 present The National 1954 present
  • on Channel Ten 1988 1990 12 March Nine Network broadcasts its Australian premiere of the American police procedural television series 21 Jump Street
  • The following is a list of events relating to television in Ireland from 1988 30 April Ireland hosts the Eurovision Song Contest from the RDS Simmonscourt
  • This is a list of Danish television related events from 1988 27 February - Hot Eyes are selected to represent Denmark at the 1988 Eurovision Song Contest