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Airing during those golden hours of the evening - after the 6-o'clock news and before the late-night shows - 1980s primetime TV was home to the best and most popular sitcoms and dramas of the decade. Some primetime shows of the 1980s were sitcoms like Night Court and others were primetime soaps like Dallas.What was the prime time TV schedule in 1983?
In the United States, Prime Time TV shows aired between 8:00 PM and 11:00 PM or 7:00 PM and 10:00 PM on the west coast. Most viewers in 1983 had only four channels to chose from; ABC, CBS, NBC, and PBS. The Fox Channel didn’t premier until 1985 and cable television was still in its infancy.When did TV shows start airing in the 1980s?
The shows in the schedule were the first to air new episodes in their respective time periods as they bowed in between late August and December 31, 1980. Some of the new shows intended for a fall launch did not debut until 1982 or 1983, if at all.What are prime time TV shows?
Prime Time TV shows are defined as television programming that aired during a specific block of time in the evening hours. This time period has been determined to have the most amount of viewers per day. In the United States, Prime Time TV shows aired between 8:00 PM and 11:00 PM or 7:00 PM and 10:00 PM on the west coast.