1976 in Japanese television


1976 in Japanese television

This is a list of Japanese television-related events in 1976.

Events

*"No significant events this year."

Debuts

TV Tokyo

*April 7—"Ninja Captor" premieres (1976-1977)

NET

*October 1—"Candy Candy" premieres (1976-1979)

Television shows

Ending this year

*"No shows ending this year."


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