Here Are The Biggest Entertainment Anniversaries In 2017

It’s 2017 ya’ll and there is a ton of new and exciting films, television shows and music on the horizon. (Seriously, we’re gonna need all the help we can get if this year is anything like 2016.)  Despite all the fun and new stuff, it’s so important to look back at some of our favs from a past time. Can you believe it has be 50 years since The Graduate first premiered? We bet you didn’t realize A Different World first premiered 30 years ago. Here are the most iconic entertainment anniversaries in 2017.

2012 was a pretty kick ass year. We bid farewell to the Twilight Saga and said hello to The Hunger Games.  See all of the other wonderful movies, TV shows, and music that we were introduced to 5 years ago.
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February 10: The Vow
March 2: The Lorax
March 16: Wreck-It Ralph
March 23: The Hunger Games
April 6: American Reunion 
May 4: The Avengers
May 25: Moonrise Kingdom
June 1: Snow White and the Huntsman
June 22: Brave 
June 27: Beasts Of the Southern Wild
June 29: Magic Mike, Ted 
July 3: The Amazing Spider-Man
July 20: The Dark Knight Rises
September 28: Hotel Transylvania
October 12: Argo
November 2: Wreck-It-Ralph
November 9: Skyfall, Lincoln
November 16: Silver Linings PlaybookThe Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2
November 21: Life Of Pi
December 14: The Hobbit: The Unexpected Journey 
December 19: Zero Dark Thirty, Amour
December 25: Django UnchainedLes Misérables
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April 5: Scandal 
September 25: The Mindy Project 
September 27: Elementary 
October 10: Arrow, Nashville 
October 16: Emily Owens, M.D.
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January 6: Rich Forever- Rick Ross
January 27: Born To Die- Lana Del Rey
April 13: Pluto-Future
July 10: Channel Orange-Frank Ocean 
September 25Kaleidoscope Dream-Miguel 
October 9: The Heist- Macklemore & Ryan Lewis
October 22: Good Kid, M.A.A.D City-Kendrick Lamar
2007 was low-key legendary. Not only were we introduced to Don Draper and Mad Men, we also got Juno and Amy Winehouse's Back to Black.
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March 9: 300
April 6: Grindhouse 
May 4:
Spider-Man 3
May 18: Shrek The Third 
May 25: 
Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End
June 1: Knocked Up 
June 29: Ratatouille
July 3: Transformers
July 11: Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix  
July 20: Hairspray 
July 27: The Simpsons Movie 
October 12: Why Did I Get Married?
October 19: Gone Baby Gone 
November 9:
No Country For Old Men
December 5: Juno
December 14: I Am Legend 
December 21: Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street
December 26: There Will Be Blood
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January 8: I Love New York
February 1:
 The Sarah Silverman Program
March 22: 
This American Life
July 19:
Mad Men
August 13: Californication 
Sept 19: Gossip Girl
October 3: Pushing Daisies
October 29: Damages 
October 14: Keeping Up with the Kardashians 
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Island Records
February 4: Shock Value- Timbaland
February 6: Infinity On High- Fall Out Boy
March 12: Introducing Joss Stone- Joss Stone 
March 13: Back To Black- Amy Winehouse 
April 3: Becuase Of The Times- Kings Of Leon
May 1: Crazy Ex- Girlfriend- Miranda Lambert 
May 22: It Won't Be Soon Before Long- Maroon 5
June 5: Good Girl, Gone Bad- Rihanna 
June 19: Icky Thump- The White Stripes
July 3: T.I vs. Tip-T.I
July 31: Finding Forever- Common
August 21: Kala- M.I.A.
September 11: Graduation- Kanye West 
October 23: Carnival Ride- Carrie Underwood 
October 30: Blackout- Britney Spears
November 6: Exclusive- Chris Brown, American Gangster- Jay-Z
November 13: As I Am- Alicia Keys
2002 was quite a year. Harry Potter went into the Chamber of Secrets, Nicholas Sparks made us weep with A Walk to Remember and HBO gave us The Wire.
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January 25: A Walk To Remember 
March 12: Ice Age 
March 29: Panic Room
April 19: My Big Fat Greek Wedding
May 3: Spider-Man
May 8: About A Boy
May 16: Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones
June 6: The Bourne Identity 
June 16: Lilo & Stitch
July 3: Men in Black II
July 12: Road to Perdition
July 22Austin Powers in Goldmember
September 27: Sweet Home Alabama 
October 3: Minority Report 
October 18: The Ring
November 6: 8 Mile
November 14: Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets 
November 22: Die Another Day
December 4: The Pianist 
December 18: The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers, The Hours
December 20: Gangs Of New York
December 25: Catch Me If You Can
December 27: Chicago 
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March 12: The Shield 
March 25: The Bachelor 
March 27: George Lopez
May 9: CSI: Miami 
June 2: The Wire 
June 11: American Idol
July 12: Monk 
September 16: Everwood
September 18: 8 Simple Rules 
September 20: Firefly, What I Like About You
September 26: Without A Trace
Aftermath Entertainment
May 21: The Eminem Show - Eminem
November 12: Under Construction- Missy Elliot
November 19: Quality- Talib Kweli
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The fact that 1997 was twenty- years ago is mind-boggling to us. We were nearing the end of the '90s and Hollywood was giving us gems like Titanic, I Know What You Did Last Summer and Buffy the Vampire Slayer. It was also the year the Backstreet Boys came back!
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March 7: Jungle 2 Jungle 
March 21: Selena, Liar Liar 
April 11: Anaconda 
April 25: Romy and Michele's High School Reunion
May 2: Austin Powers: International Man Of Mystery 
May 7: The Fifth Element 
May 23: The Lost World: Jurassic Park 
June 20: Batman & Robin,  My Best Friend's Wedding 
June 27: Hercules 
July 2: Men In Black 
July 25: Good Burger 
August 1: Air Bud
Septemeber 19: L.A. Confidential 
September 26: Soul Food
October 10: Boogie Nights 
October 17: I Know What You Did Last Summer
October 24: Gattaca 
November 21: Anastasia 
November 26: Flubber 
December 5: Good Will Hunting 
December 19: Titanic 
December 25: Jackie Brown, As Good As It Gets 
December 26: Spice World 

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January 12: King of the Hill
March 3:
March 10: Buffy The Vampire Slayer 
April 2: Smart Guy
July 12: Oz
July 14: Johnny Bravo
August 13: South Park 
August 31: Recess 
September 8: Ally McBeal
September 13: Pepper Ann
September 24: Dharma & Greg 
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Jive Records
March 26: Aquarium- Aqua
May 6: Middle of Nowhere- Hanson 
July 19: 98°-98 Degrees
August 11: Backstreet's Back -Backstreet Boys 
August 26: My Own Prison- Creed 
September 16: Butterfly- Mariah Carey 
November 3: Spiceworld- Spice Girls 
November 4: Come On Over -Shania Twain 
November 24: Left In The Middle- Natalie Imbruglia 
November 25: Big Willie Style- Will Smith
We barely knew the alphabet back in '92, but we certainly lived for the loveable family flick Beethoven which premiered that year. The iconic television sitcom Martin was hitting the small screen and Dr. Dre had officially split with N.W.A. giving us, The Chronic. 
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Buena Vista
February 14: Wayne's Wold 
March 13: My Cousin Vinny 
March 20: Basic Instinct 
April 3: Beethoven 
May 8: The Player
May 29
: Sister Act
June 16: Batman Returns 
July 1: A League Of Their Own
August 7: Unforgiven 
September 11: Scent Of A Woman
September 25: The Last of the Mohicans
October 23: Reservoir Dogs 
November 11: Aladdin 
November 13: Bram Stoker's Dracula
November 20: Home Alone 2: Lost In New York
November 25: The Bodyguard 
December 11: A Few Good Men 
December 23: Scent Of A Woman
May 21: Real World
July 8: Melrose Place 
August 27: Martin 
September 5: Batman: The Animated Series
September 22: Hangin' with Mr. Cooper 
September 23: Mad About You
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Death Row Records
January 13: Little Earthquakes- Tori Amos
January 17: Kerplunk- Green Day
December 15:
The Chronic- Dr. Dre
1987 gave us Dirty Dancing, Full House and Michael Jackson's Bad. We'd say it was the perfect mix of naughty and nice.
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June 12: Predator 
June 17: 
Full Metal Jacket 
July 17: Robocop 
August 21:
Dirty Dancing
September 25: The Princess Bride 
November 13: The Running Man 
December 11: Wall Street 
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March 23: The Bold and the Beautiful 
April 5: Married with Children 
April 12: 21 Jump Street
September 22: Full House 
September 24: A Different World 
September 29: Thirtysomething 
Columbia Records
February 10: Yo! Bum Rush the Show - Public Enemy 
March 9: 
The Joshua Tree- U2
March 31: Sign o' the Times-Prince
July 21: Appetite For Destruction- Guns N' Roses 
July 22: Bigger and Deffer- LL Cool J
August 31: Bad- Michael Jackson
October 9: Tunnel Of Love- Bruce Springsteen
October 25: The Lion and the Cobra- Sinéad O'Connor
October 30:
 Faith- George Michael
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40 years ago, Hollywood along with the rest of the world was on the cusp of a revolution. Not only did we get George Lucas' Star Wars we also got Alex Haley's Roots and Bob Marley's Exodus. 1977 was quite a year.
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April 20: Annie Hall
May 25:
 Star Wars 
June 22: The Rescuers
November 3: Pete's Dragon 
November 16: Close Encounters of the Third Kind
December 16: Saturday Night Fever 
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January 23: Roots
March 15: Three's Company 
September 19: The Amazing Spider-Man
October 3: Fred Flintstone and Friends 
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Island Records
June 3: Exodus- Bob Marley 
October 28: Here's the Sex Pistols- Sex Pistols
Some of Hollywood's most iconic works turn 50 years old this year. In the midst of changing nation, 1967 gifted us with The Graduate, In the Heat of the Night and The Carol Burnett Show. Motown was also at its peak.
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April 28: Casino Royale 
June 14: To Sir, With Love
August 2: 
In the Heat of the Night
August 13: 
Bonnie & Clyde 
October 18: The Jungle Book
November 1: Cool Hand Luke 
December 11: Guess Who's Coming To Dinner?
December 15: Valley of the Dolls 
December 19: Doctor Dolittle
December 21:
The Graduate 
September 7: The Flying Nun Show
September 9: Spider-Man
September 11: The Carol Burnett Show 
November 6: The Phil Donahue Show
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January 20: Between the Buttons- The Rolling Stones 
January 23: The Supremes Sing Holland–Dozier- The Supremes
March 10: I Never Loved a Man the Way I Love You - Aretha Franklin 
June 1: Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band- The Beatles
July 17: The Temptations with a Lot o' Soul- The Temptations 
August 5: The Piper at the Gates of Dawn- Pink Floyd 
December 1: Axis: Bold as Love- Jimi Hendrix
December 15: The Who Sell Out-The Who
December 27: John Wesley Harding-Bob Dylan