Key Dates in CraveTV History

Adding new hidden gems and popular hits regularly, CraveTV is hitting its binge-watching stride. Let’s take a look at key dates surrounding their top programming:


January 17 marks what would have been the 75th birthday of the one and only Muhammad Ali — one of the most recognizable and important figures of the 20th century. Many of Ali’s biggest fights, including “The Thrilla in Manilla” and “The Rumble in the Jungle,” are available.

February 22 is the 10th anniversary of The O.C. series finale — the teen soap opera that became the bread and butter of the mid-aughts. Relive Ryan’s foray into the privileged life of Newport Beach, where his friends experience countless DUIs, psych ward visits and overdoses, but also Chrismukkah, too.

March 6. With clear eyes and full hearts, we wish a very happy 50th birthday to Connie Britton, the one and only Tami Taylor from Friday Night Lights. Possibly the Greatest television mother of all time, Tami was always sharing words of wisdom with the students at Dillon High and was wife to heartthrob coach Eric Taylor. And that hair. Texas forever, y’all.

April 24. On this day the Emmy-nominated “The Yada Yada” episode of Seinfeld premiered. The phrase was first uttered by George’s new girlfriend and then picked up by Elaine, who used it to describe an unpleasant sexual experience. Yada yada, two decades later we still use it to gloss over topics we can’t be bothered to describe.


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