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The following is a list of events affecting American television during 2005.
Events listed include television series debuts, finales, cancellations, and new channel initiations of American Dad, American Dragon: Jake Long, Avatar: The Last Airbender, Ben 10, Bones, Bratz, The Buzz on Maggie, Camp Lazlo, Catscratch, Charlie & Lola, Coconut Fred's Fruit Salad Island, Criminal Minds, Dancing with the Stars, Danger Rangers, Deal or No Deal, Everybody Hates Chris, Get Ed, Go, Diego, Go! channel package PT East, originally created by the New York, New York, company Prime Time 24, and used by satellite TV viewers where over-the-air TV is unavailable, changes its ABC affiliate from WKRN-TV (Nashville, Tennessee) to flagship station WABC-TV (New York City).
Sometimes the joke is that, even in such an incredibly narrow category, the thing being discussed isn't first.
Creators may describe their own works this way as a form of humorous Self-Deprecation; it can also be a way to imply that a work, while bad, at least has a unique premise—it's better than any other of its type because there no other.
Compare Overwhelming Exception, Trivially Obvious and Damned by Faint Praise.
The special episode, which used former characters Mark Dalton (Mark La Mura) and Nick Davis (Larry Keith), was also unique in that it was the last appearance of ailing actress Ruth Warrick.
The controversial final episode of Star Trek: Enterprise is broadcast in the United States on UPN, ending an 18-year, uninterrupted run of four consecutive or concurrent Star Trek series dating back to 1987.
Viacom launches Logo, a TV channel intended for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender adults.
The following Doctor Who episodes were returned to the air on BBC America in December 2009.
ABC news anchorman Peter Jennings anchors what will turn out to be his final World News Tonight telecast.
ABC is spreading a strong message with its upcoming midseason premiere of Grey’s Anatomy.