1990 in Japanese television

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List of years in Japanese television

Events in 1990 in Japanese television.

Debuts[edit]

Show Station Premiere Date Genre Original Run
Chibi Maruko-chan Fuji TV January 7 anime January 7, 1990 – September 27, 1992
Chikyuu Sentai Fiveman TV Asahi March 2 tokusatsu March 2, 1990 - February 8, 1991
Idol Angel Yokoso Yoko TV Setouchi April 2 anime April 2, 1990 - February 4, 1991
Karasu Tengu Kabuto NHK July 29 anime July 29, 1990 - June 30, 1991
Kyatto Ninden Teyandee[1] TV Tokyo February 1 anime February 1, 1990 - February 12, 1991
Magical Angel Sweet Mint TV Tokyo May 2 anime May 2, 1990 – March 27, 1991
Mashin Hero Wataru 2 Nippon TV March 3 anime March 3, 1990 – March 8, 1991
My Daddy Long Legs Fuji TV January 13 anime January 13, 1990 – December 22, 1990
Nadia: The Secret of Blue Water NHK April 13 anime April 13, 1990 - April 12, 1991
Robin Hood no Daibōken NHK July 29 anime July 29, 1990 – June 30, 1991
Sunset on Third Street TBS October 12 tokusatsu October 12, 1990 – March 22, 1991
Tanoshii Moomin Ikka TV Tokyo April 12 anime April 12, 1990 - October 3, 1991
Tokkei Winspector TV Asahi February 4 tokusatsu February 4, 1990 – January 13, 1991

Ongoing shows[edit]

Hiatus[edit]

Show Station Hiatus Date Genre Original Run
Dragon Quest Fuji TV September 22 anime December 2, 1989 – September 22, 1990

Endings[edit]

Show Station Ending Date Genre Original Run
Dragon Quest Fuji TV September 22 anime December 2, 1989 – September 22, 1990
Idol Densetsu Eriko TV Setouchi March 26 anime April 3, 1989 – March 26, 1990
Jungle Emperor TV Tokyo October 11 tokusatsu October 12, 1989 – October 11, 1990
Kidou Keiji Jiban TV Asahi January 28 tokusatsu January 29, 1989 – January 28, 1990
Kousoku Sentai Turboranger TV Asahi February 23 tokusatsu February 25, 1989 – February 23, 1990
Magical Hat Fuji TV July 6 anime October 18, 1989 - July 6, 1990
My Daddy Long Legs Fuji TV December 22 anime January 13, 1990 – December 22, 1990

References[edit]

  1. ^ キャッ党忍伝てやんでえ. Tatsunoko Productions (in Japanese). Retrieved 2010-03-22.