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Today in TV: January 24, 2014

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Here are some notable events in TV history for today:

  • On this date in 1964, CBS acquired the rights to broadcast the NFL's 1964-5 season. The deal would cost CBS $14.1 million a year and this relationship would last 30 years.
  • On this date in 1974, the Norman Lear comedy, "Hot L Baltimore" first aired. It was the first TV series to air a content warning. It only lasted 13 episodes.
  • One of the most watched TV news events began on this day in 1995. The murder trial of O.J. Simpson started on this date.
  • On this date in 2001, the remaining members of the "Texas Seven," a group of escaped fugitives were apprehended following a five minute phone interview on a TV station.

Here are some notable birthdays for today:

  • John Belushi, who leaped to fame from "Saturday Night Live" was born on this date.
  • Mischa Barton, best known for playing Marissa Cooper on "The O.C." celebrates of birthday today.
  • Kristen Schaal, noted for appearing on such shows as "30 Rock" and "The Daily Show" was born today.
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