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Today in TV History

Today in TV History

Two syndicated late night talk shows debuted in 1997 in search of the audience missing the old “Arsenio Hall Show”: “The Keenen Ivory Wayans Show” and “Vibe,” which was based on the magazine of the same name.  Comedian Sinbad replaced Chris Spencer, the original host of “Vibe,” two months into its run and both shows did not last the season.  Also on this day in 1989 was the final episode of NBC’s “Highway to Heaven,” which ended after five seasons (and 111 episodes).