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March 30On March 30, Through the Decades turns back the lens of time on the day in history when an assassination attempt was made on President Ronald Reagan, when Batman made his comic book debut and when Jeopardy! aired for the first time.
Fri 7:00AM ET, Fri 7:00PM ET, Fri 10:00PM ET
March 31On March 31, Through the Decades takes the hour to remember some of America’s favorite guilty pleasures, including a look back on how scripted professional wrestling became a pop culture phenomenon. We’re also remembering the Hall and Oates album that broke music genre barriers and we look back on when the comedy variety show Rowan & Martin’s Laugh-In took the country by storm.
Mon 7:00AM ET, Mon 1:00PM ET, Mon 7:00PM ET, Mon 10:00PM ET
April 3On April 3, Through the Decades looks back on the investigation into the TWA passenger flight that nearly crashed over Michigan. We’re also remembering when the Duchess of Windsor extravagant jewelry collection was sold at auction and on the day of his birth Eddie Murphy takes us back in time for the story of his rise in Hollywood.
Tue 7:00AM ET, Tue 1:00PM ET, Tue 7:00PM ET, Tue 10:00PM ET
April 4On April 4, Through the Decades turns back the lens of time on the day in history Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated with a special episode dedicated to the sacrifices, the achievements and the legacy of the man who would be forever known as a champion for Civil Rights.
Wed 7:00AM ET, Wed 1:00PM ET, Wed 7:00PM ET, Wed 10:00PM ET
April 5On April 5, Through the Decades turns back the lens of time on the day in history when FOX launched its first night of primetime programming, when Britain’s Prime Minister Winston Churchill resigned and when the world lost Nirvana front man Kurt Cobain.
Thu 7:00AM ET, Thu 1:00PM ET, Thu 7:00PM ET, Thu 10:00PM ET
April 6On April 6, Through the Decades turns back the lens of time on the day in history when the cream filled cakes called the Twinkie were invented. We’re also looking back on the accidental scientific discovery that led to Teflon and when Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: Space Odyssey was released in U.S. theaters.
On July 14, 1966, Richard Speck murdered eight student nurses from South Chicago Community Hospital.
On the 50th anniversary of their death, Through the Decades remembers the victims through those who knew them best. Here's a behind-the-scenes look at our special including rare photos from friends and family.