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The following is a list of events affecting American television during 2001. Events listed include television series debuts, finales, cancellations, and channel initiations, closures and re-brandings, as well as information about controversies and disputes.

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EventsEdit

JanuaryEdit

Date Event
1 After being acquired by MTV Networks, The Box, a request video music channel shuts down, replaced by MTV2 on terrestrial stations.
In Hartford, Connecticut, UPN affiliate WTXX (now CW affiliate WCCT-TV) and WB affiliate WBNE (now MyNetworkTV affiliate WCTX) swap affiliations due to WTXX's impending purchase by Tribune Broadcasting, owners of Fox affiliate WTIC-TV (which at the time operated WTXX under a LMA) and a minority owner of The WB. WBNE, meanwhile, changes its call letters to the current WCTX and adopts new branding as "The X".
4 HBO's children's programs, including the recently cancelled Crashbox, are transferred to its multiplex channel HBO Family.
7 Extreme Championship Wrestling's final nationally and globally televised event, Guilty as Charged airs on pay-per-view.
9 KXVA in Abilene, Texas signs-on the air under Program Test Authority. The new station (which will not be licensed for another 13 months) takes the market's Fox affiliation from sister station KIDZ-LP, which in turn becomes a full-time UPN affiliate.
12 The American version of National Geographic Channel debuts.
15 UK children's stop motion animated series Bob The Builder starts its TV premiere for the first time in the US on Nick Jr.
28 CBS broadcasts Super Bowl XXXV, their first since Super Bowl XXVI at the end of the 1991 season. Play-by-play announcer Greg Gumbel becomes the first African-American sportscaster to do network televised play-by-play on a major professional sports championship.

FebruaryEdit

Date Event
5 Kelly Ripa joins Live! as a permanent co-host with Regis Philbin.
18 Fox broadcasts its inaugural NASCAR telecast, the Daytona 500. In the final lap, Dale Earnhardt is killed after getting into a head-on collision.

MarchEdit

Date Event
6 TEENick first airs as a Sunday night block.
26 On TNT, WCW Monday Nitro broadcasts its final show from Panama City Beach, Florida with a simulcast with the WWF's (now WWE's) Monday Night RAW television series (then airing on TNN), officially ending a six-year ratings struggle in professional wrestling known as the Monday Night Wars.

AprilEdit

Date Event
10 Kevin Olmstead wins a $2.18 million jackpot on the ABC game show Who Wants to Be a Millionaire, making him the biggest winner in American game show history.[1]

MayEdit

Date Event
15 NBC airs the hour-long season seven finale of Friends titled "The One with Monica and Chandler's Wedding".
18 The 28th Daytime Emmy Awards are presented on NBC.
23 On UPN, Star Trek: Voyager airs its series finale with a two-part episode "Endgame".

JuneEdit

Date Event
12 TNT is refocused as a drama-based cable channel with a new slogan, We Know Drama.
18 Luke and Laura, widely regarded as the soap opera pairing that helped generate the term "supercouple", sign divorce papers on ABC's soap opera General Hospital, dissolving their fictional two-decade union.

JulyEdit

Date Event
1 HBO's second multiplex channel HBO Plus is renamed HBO 2, its original name from 1991 to 1998.
3 America's Funniest Home Videos returns as a regular series hosted by Tom Bergeron, a role he would hold for 15 seasons.
21 Nickelodeon's hit TV series Rugrats celebrates its 10th anniversary with a one-hour special, All Growed Up (which will eventually lead to a spin-off series), and a documentary, Still Babies After All These Years, narrated by Amanda Bynes.

AugustEdit

Date Event
5 Having acquired the Jim Henson Company's interest in the Odyssey cable network the previous year, Crown Media Holdings rebrands Odyssey as the Hallmark Channel, after Crown Media's corporate parent Hallmark Cards. The Hallmark Channel branding continues to this day.
10 Samurai Jack premieres on Cartoon Network with the premiere movie.
31 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood airs its final episode on PBS Kids. Rogers dies two years later of stomach cancer at the age of 74.

SeptemberEdit

Date Event
2 Adult Swim, an adult-oriented programming block, debuts on its Turner sister cable channel Cartoon Network.
5 CBS's travel-based reality-competition, The Amazing Race, which would later became one of the most successful franchises in television, premiered its first episode.
7 Ed Toutant wins $1,860,000 on Who Wants to Be a Millionaire.[2] He had previously appeared on the episode aired January 31, 2001 when the jackpot was $1,860,000, where he was ruled to have answered his $16,000 question incorrectly, but when it was discovered that there was a mistake in that question, Toutant was invited back[3] and won the $1,860,000 jackpot.[2]
The SpongeBob SquarePants episode Band Geeks, airs on Nickelodeon.
8 Fox broadcasts the final episode of Murder in Small Town X, in which New York City firefighter Ángel Juarbe, Jr. won. Juarbe was killed three days later during the collapse of the World Trade Center.
11 Viewers around the world witness a terrorist attack on the United States, and the collapse of the Twin Towers in New York City, live on television. Additionally, the broadcast towers of WABC-TV and WNBC, the respective flagship stations of ABC and NBC, are destroyed by the attacks, but those signals could be viewed cable and satellite. The broadcast tower of WCBS-TV was destroyed in the attacks, but its full-power backup transmitter at the Empire State Building was not destroyed. Most American over-the-air broadcasters (except for Fox, UPN, PBS, and The WB) and cable networks suspend regular programming for four days, and numerous major daily talk shows are not exhibited for several weeks until their hosts feel comfortable resuming programming.
Although they were first seen during 1952 and used by some television news programs ever since, continually scrolling news headlines along the bottom of the screen become commonplace after the Fox News Channel used it to allow viewers to keep track of the latest developments during the attacks.
13 UPN resumes normal programming with a live episode of SmackDown. The show was originally going to be taped on September 11, but the taping got postponed by two days due to the attacks.
17 Card Sharks is revived with host Pat Bullard, but its dramatically different game play turns off viewers and it is cancelled after just 13 weeks.
All of the Big Three television networks resume their normal daytime programming schedules after four days of extensive news coverage of the attacks.
20 On CBS, Dr. Will Kirby is declared the winner of Big Brother 2, which was delayed by the attacks. Runner-up Nicole Nilson-Schafrich wins $50,000.
21 All four major US networks – ABC, CBS, Fox, and NBC – broadcast America: A Tribute to Heroes, a two-hour telethon to raise money for the families of those killed by the attacks.[4]
Alex Trebek, the longtime host of Jeopardy!, appears for the first time without his trademark mustache.
The SpongeBob SquarePants episode Sailor Mouth, airs on Nickelodeon.
24 The start of the 2001–2002 autumn season in the US is delayed as a result of the attacks, with some series such as NBC's The West Wing substituting special episodes dealing with the event in lieu of their originally scheduled season premieres. Some series, such as CBS's military-themed series JAG and NBC's New York-based Third Watch, have to be reformatted in consideration of the attacks.
29 Fox affiliate WVSX (now WVNS-TV) in Lewisburg, West Virginia changes its affiliation to CBS, giving the Beckley-Bluefield-Oak Hill market its first full-time CBS affiliate. Fox will not return to the Bluefield area until 2006, when the combination of a dispute involving WVAH-TV in Charleston and the end of the Foxnet cable service prompts WVNS-TV to establish a Fox-affiliated DT2 subchannel.

OctoberEdit

Date Event
2 The medical comedy Scrubs premieres on NBC.
3 In the aftermath of the September 11 attacks, several planned series and events are cancelled; most notably, NBC drops a mini-series planned for spring 2002 which would have united the cast of Law & Order, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit and Law & Order: Criminal Intent, dealing with a terrorist attack on New York City.
20 Concert For New York: A Tribute To Heroes is broadcast by VH1, with performances by Paul McCartney, The Rolling Stones, The Who, Billy Joel and others. It raises funds for the families of those killed by the attacks.
22 A new bonus round premieres on Wheel of Fortune, in which a contestant can win as much as $100,000. This was not won until the December 19 episode.
24 The Walt Disney Company completes its purchase of Fox Family for $2.9 billion.

NovemberEdit

Date Event
1 Telemundo relaunches GEMS Television as Mun2, featuring English and Spanish language programming intended for a young Latino audience.
4 The 53rd Primetime Emmy Awards are presented on CBS. The original date was postponed 2 months ago when the September 11 attacks occurred.[5] The broadcast aired opposite Game 7 of the World Series on Fox.
10 Fox Family Channel is renamed ABC Family, as News Corporation sells the channel to The Walt Disney Company.
15 The Victoria's Secret Fashion Show is broadcast on television for the first time. The 2001 edition of the show is broadcast on ABC with 12.4 million viewers tuning in.[6][7]
23 Samurai Jack joins Cartoon Cartoon Fridays for the first time.
26 The values of clues on Jeopardy! are doubled.
30 The series finale of CGI cartoon series ReBoot is broadcast by Cartoon Network.

DecemberEdit

Date Event
13 On CBS, Lawyers and best friends team, Rob Frisbee and Brennan Swain, won the inaugural season of The Amazing Race and the US$1,000,000 grand prize.
31 New Year's Eve Live airs its first episode on CNN.

ProgramsEdit

DebutsEdit

These shows premiered in 2001:

Date Title Channel
January 1 America's Test Kitchen PBS
Great Hotels Travel Channel
January 3 Top 20 Countdown CMT
January 6 How It's Made Discovery Science
January 7 Totally Hoops Disney Channel
Lifestyle Magazine TBN
January 9 The Mole ABC
Three Sisters NBC
January 10 Grounded for Life Fox
Temptation Island
January 11 Gary & Mike UPN
January 12 Lizzie McGuire Disney Channel
Popstars The WB
January 13 House of Mouse Toon Disney
January 14 Taina Nickelodeon
January 15 100 Centre Street A&E
Bob The Builder Nick Jr.
January 22 The Book of Pooh Playhouse Disney
January 27 The Zeta Project Kids' WB
February 3 Lloyd in Space Toon Disney
Power Rangers Time Force Fox Kids
February 4 Kathy's So-Called Reality MTV
February 24 Kate Brasher CBS
February 27 The Andy Dick Show MTV
February 28 Some of My Best Friends CBS
March 4 TEENick Nickelodeon
The Lone Gunmen Fox
March 5 BET.com Countdown BET
March 6 The Fighting Fitzgeralds NBC
March 11 Doc PAX TV
March 12 The Chris Isaak Show Showtime
March 14 The Job ABC
March 26 Texas Justice Syndication
March 27 What About Joan? ABC
March 28 My Wife and Kids
Boot Camp Fox
March 30 The Fairly OddParents Nickelodeon
Invader Zim
April 1 The Oblongs The WB
Undergrads MTV
April 4 That's My Bush! Comedy Central
April 6 Jerkbeast Show[8] SCAN-TV
April 10 Robotica TLC
April 11 The Quarters TVG Network
Special Unit 2 UPN
April 16 The Weakest Link NBC
April 21 Weekend Now The Weather Channel
April 22 A Nero Wolfe Mystery A&E
Trailer Park Boys Showcase
May 5 The Cost of Freedom Fox News Channel
Dismissed MTV
June 1 Unwrapped Food Network
June 2 Braceface Fox Family
So Little Time
June 3 Six Feet Under HBO
June 8 Time Squad Cartoon Network
June 10 Tiny Planets Noggin
June 11 Fear Factor NBC
June 12 Witchblade TNT
June 13 The Beast ABC
June 18 Spyder Games MTV
June 21 WWE Tough Enough
July 10 Cinema Insomnia KXTV
July 24 Murder in Small Town X Fox
July 29 Leap Years Showtime
August 1 Hard Knocks HBO
MythQuest PBS
Out There TV America One
August 4 All About Us NBC
August 5 Insomniac with Dave Attell Comedy Central
August 9 Going to California Showtime
August 10 Samurai Jack Cartoon Network
August 11 Cubix: Robots for Everyone Kids' WB
August 20 Oswald Nick Jr.
August 24 Grim & Evil Cartoon Network
August 27 Shipmates Syndication
August 31 The Nightmare Room Kids' WB
September 1 Digimon Tamers Fox Kids
The Legend of Tarzan UPN
September 2 Adult Swim Cartoon Network
September 3 One on One UPN
Sagwa, the Chinese Siamese Cat PBS Kids
September 5 The Amazing Race CBS
September 8 Medabots Fox Kids
Moolah Beach
Transformers: Robots in Disguise
September 9 Ponderosa PAX TV
September 10 The Ananda Lewis Show Syndication
Iyanla
The Other Half
The URL With Phred Show Noggin
September 12 American Morning CNN
September 15 Alienators: Evolution Continues Fox Kids
The Ripping Friends
The Proud Family Disney Channel
Stanley Playhouse Disney
September 17 ElimiDate Syndication
Rendez-View
Talk or Walk
September 18 Access Granted BET
September 19 Wolf Lake CBS
September 22 What's with Andy? Fox Family
September 23 The Education of Max Bickford CBS
September 24 Crossing Jordan NBC
The Ellen Show CBS
September 25 The Guardian
Philly ABC
Undeclared Fox
September 26 Star Trek: Enterprise UPN
September 27 The Agency CBS
September 29 The Mummy: The Animated Series Kids' WB
Yu-Gi-Oh!
September 30 Alias ABC
Law & Order: Criminal Intent NBC
War Stories with Oliver North Fox News Channel
October 1 The 5th Wheel Syndication
Tales from the Neverending Story HBO
October 2 Scrubs NBC
Bob Patterson ABC
October 3 According to Jim
October 5 Maybe It's Me The WB
Raising Dad
Reba
October 6 Mutant X Syndication
Sk8 NBC
October 14 Degrassi: The Next Generation Nickelodeon
Men, Women & Dogs The WB
Off Centre
October 16 Smallville
October 20 Mary-Kate and Ashley in Action! ABC
October 22 Pardon the Interruption ESPN
Unscripted with Chris Connelly
October 25 Truth or Scare Discovery Kids
November 3 Totally Spies! Cartoon Network
November 5 NewsNight with Aaron Brown CNN
November 6 24 Fox
November 7 Beat the Geeks Comedy Central
November 8 The Tick Fox
November 14 The Bernie Mac Show
November 17 Justice League Cartoon Network
30 Minute Meals Food Network
Sara's Secrets
December 2 Project Greenlight HBO
December 31 CNN New Year's Eve Live CNN

Returning this yearEdit

Show Last aired Previous network New network Returning
Unsolved Mysteries 1999 CBS Lifetime July 11
Home Movies UPN Adult Swim September 2
Card Sharks 1989 CBS Syndication September 17

Ending this yearEdit

Date Show Debut
January 6 Noah Knows Best 2000
January 13 Buzz Lightyear of Star Command
January 17 Welcome to New York
January 14 The Jamie Foxx Show 1996
The Lone Gunmen 2001
TV Funhouse 2000
January 26 Level 9
February 16 Teletubbies (returned in 2015) 1997
February 18 Grosse Pointe 2000
Hype
March 1 Madeline 1993
March 4 La Femme Nikita 1997
March 5 Cleopatra 2525 2000
March 7 Bette
March 11 Strip Mall
March 21 WCW Thunder 1998
March 23 Generation O! 2000
March 25 In a Heartbeat
March 26 WCW Monday Nitro 1995
March 30 Hollywood Showdown 2000
March 31 Spider-Man Unlimited 1999
April 1 Kathy's So-Called Reality 2001
WCW Worldwide 1975
April 6 The Norm Show 1999
April 9 Gideon's Crossing 2000
April 11 Some of My Best Friends 2001
April 13 Gary & Mike
April 14 Kate Brasher
April 15 Totally Hoops
Jack & Jill 1999
April 16 30 Minutes 1994
May 4 Nash Bridges 1996
May 11 Diagnosis: Murder 1993
May 14 Baywatch 1989
Moesha 1996
May 15 The Fighting Fitzgeralds 2001
May 16 Two Guys and a Girl 1998
May 19 Cousin Skeeter
Walker, Texas Ranger 1993
May 20 The Oblongs (returned in 2002) 2001
May 21 Zoboomafoo 1999
May 22 3rd Rock from the Sun 1996
May 23 Boot Camp 2001
That's My Bush!
Star Trek: Voyager 1995
May 25 Oh Yeah! Cartoons 1998
May 27 Mike, Lu & Og 1999
May 29 DAG 2000
June 1 Seven Days 1998
June 11 The Angry Beavers 1997
June 18 Xena: Warrior Princess 1995
June 22 FreakyLinks 2000
The Famous Jett Jackson 1998
June 27 Ladies Man 1999
June 30 Men in Black: The Series 1997
July 10 The Geena Davis Show 2000
July 17 The Big Garage 1997
July 25 The Beast 2001
August 12 Undergrads
August 28 Cursed 2000
August 31 The Big Help 1994
Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 1968
The Queen Latifah Show (returned in 2013) 1999
September 1 Murder in Small Town X 2001
September 7 Judge Mills Lane 1998
September 20 Spyder Games 2001
September 28 So Weird 1999
September 30 WWF Superstars of Wrestling 1986
October 1 Internet Tonight 1998
October 9 What About Joan? 2001
October 11 Little Bear 1995
October 15 Bug Juice (returned in 2018) 1998
October 19 Inquizition
November 1 Bob Patterson 2001
November 5 Recess 1997
November 10 All About Us 2001
November 17 MythQuest 2001
Power Rangers Time Force
November 22 Maisy 1999
November 30 ReBoot 1994
December 15 City Guys 1997
December 18 Batman Beyond 1999
December 28 Timothy Goes to School 2000
December 30 Men, Women & Dogs 2001

Entering syndication this yearEdit

Show Seasons In Production Source
Buffy the Vampire Slayer 5 Yes [9]
City Guys 4 No [10]
Everybody Loves Raymond 5 Yes [11]
Just Shoot Me! 5 Yes [12]
King of the Hill 5 Yes [13]
The Practice 5 Yes [14]
The Steve Harvey Show 5 Yes [15]
Two Guys and a Girl 4 No [16]

Changes of network affiliationEdit

Show Moved from Moved to
American High Fox PBS
King of the Hill FX/Fox
The Outer Limits Showtime Sci-Fi Channel
Candid Camera CBS PAX
Unsolved Mysteries Lifetime
Rescue Heroes Kids' WB
Card Sharks Syndication
Recess ABC/Disney Channel UPN/Toon Disney
Buffy the Vampire Slayer The WB UPN
Roswell
Jay Jay the Jet Plane TLC PBS Kids
National Geographic Explorer CNBC MSNBC
Home Movies UPN Adult Swim
The Brak Show Cartoon Network
Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law
Aqua Teen Hunger Force
Sealab 2021
Space Ghost Coast to Coast

Notable TV moviesEdit

Premiere date Title Channel
March 24 Wit HBO
April 28 61*
April 29 On Golden Pond CBS
May 19 Conspiracy HBO
July 21 All Growed Up Nickelodeon
November 18 The Facts of Life Reunion ABC

BirthsEdit

Date Name Notability
January 3 Ellis Ann Jackson Actress (Talia in the Kitchen)
January 14 Jayce Mroz Actor (I Am Frankie)
January 18 Claire Engler Actress (A.N.T. Farm)
January 19 Tyler Merna Voice actor (Prince James on Sofia the First)
January 21 Jackson Brundage Actor (One Tree Hill, See Dad Run, Harvey Beaks)
February 5 Connor Gibbs Actor (Ghost Whisperer)
February 15 Haley Tju Actress (Bella and the Bulldogs)
February 16 Katherine Forrester Canadian voice actress (Katie on PAW Patrol)
February 19 David Mazouz Actor (Touch, Gotham)
February 21 Isabella Acres Actress (Better Off Ted)
Amarr M. Wooten Actor (Knight Squad)
February 23 Tommi Rose Actress (I Am Frankie)
March 6 Milo Manheim Actor
March 26 Ciara Riley Wilson Actress
March 30 Uriel Baldesco Filipino actress (I Am Frankie)
April 5 Robbie Tucker Actor (The Young and the Restless, See Dad Run)
April 21 Maria Quezada Actress (Talia in the Kitchen)
April 8 Kyla Rae Kowalewski Voice actress (Anais on The Amazing World of Gumball)
June 8 Owen Mason Canadian voice actor (Ryder on PAW Patrol (2013–15))
June 9 Xolo Mariduena Actor (Parenthood)
June 13 DeVore Ledridge Actress (Bizaardvark)
June 27 Curtis Harris Actor (The Haunted Hathaways)
July 8 Riele Downs Canadian actress (Henry Danger, The Adventures of Kid Danger)
July 10 Isabela Moner Actress (Dora and Friends: Into the City!, 100 Things to Do Before High School)
July 31 Sean Kyer Canadian actor (Odd Squad)
August 13 Alyssa Jirrels Actress (Mech-X4)
August 16 Cole Jensen Actor (Crash & Bernstein)
August 30 Sean Ryan Fox Actor (Henry Danger, The Adventures of Kid Danger)
September 4 Tenzing Norgay Trainor Actor (Liv and Maddie)
October 5 Dalila Bela Canadian actress (Odd Squad, Ready Jet Go!, Anne)
October 12 Raymond Ochoa Actor
October 13 Caleb McLaughlin Actor (Stranger Things)
October 14 Rowan Blanchard Actress (Girl Meets World, The Goldbergs)
October 27 Teilor Grubbs Actress (Hawaii Five-0)
October 30 Jaheem King Toombs Actor (100 Things to Do Before High School)
November 5 Alex Hook Canadian actress (I Am Frankie)
November 7 Sawyer Barth Actor (The Kids Are Alright)
November 14 Chloe Lang Actress (Stephanie on LazyTown (2013–14))
November 15 Sadie Stanley Actress
December 5 Diego Velazquez Actor (The Thundermans)
December 8 Kamran Lucas Actor (Mech-X4)
Tylen Jacob Williams Actor (Instant Mom)
December 14 Joshua Rush Actor (Clarence, Star vs. the Forces of Evil, The Lion Guard, Andi Mack)
December 28 Madison De La Garza Actress (Desperate Housewives) and sister of Demi Lovato
December 31 Alex Thorne Canadian voice actor (PAW Patrol, PJ Masks)

DeathsEdit

Date Name Age Notability
January 1 Ray Walston 86 Actor (My Favorite Martian )
January 18 Al Waxman 65 Actor (Lt. Samuels on Cagney & Lacey)
January 22 Roy Brown 68 Clown and puppeteer
February 7 Dale Evans 88 Singer, actress (The Roy Rogers Show) and wife of Roy Rogers
February 20 Bob Weiskopf 86 Writer (I Love Lucy)
February 27 Stan Margulies 80 Producer (Roots, The Thorn Birds)
March 8 Edward Winter 63 Actor (Colonel Flagg on M*A*S*H)
March 12 Morton Downey Jr. 68 Host of (The Morton Downey Jr. Show)
March 15 Ann Sothern 92 Actress (Private Secretary, My Mother the Car)
March 16 Norma MacMillan 79 Voice actor (Casper the Friendly Ghost, Gumby)
March 22 William Hanna 90 Co-founder (with Joseph Barbera) of famous Hanna-Barbera animation studio
April 15 Joey Ramone 49 Singer-songwriter (Ramones)
May 12 Perry Como 88 Singer, TV host (Perry Como's Kraft Music Hall)
May 19 Pat Falken Smith 75 Soap opera writer (Days of Our Lives)
May 22 Whitman Mayo 70 Actor (Grady Wilson on Sanford and Son)
May 23 Harry Townes 86 Actor (The Fugitive)
May 31 Arlene Francis 93 Actress and game show panelist (What's My Line?)
June 2 Imogene Coca 92 Actress and comedian (Your Show of Shows)
June 21 Carroll O'Connor 76 Actor (Archie Bunker on All in the Family) and Chief Bill Gillespie on In the Heat of the Night (TV series)
August 3 Christopher Hewett 80 Actor (Mr. Belvedere)
August 4 Lorenzo Music 64 Writer and actor who co-created The Bob Newhart Show and did the voices of Carlton the doorman on Rhoda and Garfield the cat
August 25 Aaliyah 22 Singer and actress
September 3 Thuy Trang 27 Actress (Mighty Morphin Power Rangers)
September 11 David Angell 55 Writer (Cheers, Frasier)
October 9 Dagmar 79 1950s sex symbol
October 15 Ralph Levy 80 Director (The Jack Benny Program, Petticoat Junction)
October 17 Jay Livingston 86 Songwriter (themes to Bonanza and Mister Ed)
November 29 George Harrison 58 Singer-songwriter (The Beatles)
John Mitchum 82 Actor
December 1 Johnny Stearns 85 Actor and producer (Mary Kay and Johnny, Tonight Starring Steve Allen)
December 13 Chuck Schuldiner 34 Singer, songwriter, guitarist (guest on Headbanger's Ball)
December 20 Foster Brooks 89 Actor
December 22 Lance Loud 50 Member of the family documented in (An American Family)

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Interview: Kevin Olmstead, mega-Millionaire". Trivia Hall of Fame. Retrieved 2010-04-18.
  2. ^ a b Berr, Jonathan (September 29, 2010). "Million Dollar Game Show Winners: What Happens After the Money Comes In". Aol.com. Daily Finance. Retrieved July 30, 2014.
  3. ^ Who Wants to Be a Millionaire. Season 3. Episode 1. September 7, 2001. ABC.
  4. ^ Carman, John (September 22, 2001). "Musicians, actors honor heroes, raise money for attack victims". San Francisco Chronicle. p. A1.
  5. ^ The 53rd annual Primetime Emmy Awards from Variety (November 6, 2001)
  6. ^ Kaplan, Don (November 17, 2001). "Victoria's Undies Fall Off". New York Post. Retrieved March 6, 2009.
  7. ^ "The Victoria's Secret Fashion Show (2001)". Internet Movie Database. Retrieved March 7, 2009.
  8. ^ "Jerkbeast - Seattle Public Access Show episodes". 2008-10-21. Retrieved 2018-04-27.
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