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ALF originated on TV broadcast in 1986. ALF is available for free on the [http://www.hulu.com/ALF Hulu] website.
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The series aired on NBC from 1986 to 1990.
   
==NBC==
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==International broadcast history==
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ALF was very popular in Germany after it began airing on ZDF. The actor who dubbed ALF's voice in German, Tommi Piper, recorded two albums and four singles as the cat-eating alien between 1988 and 1991. The show also became very popular in Bulgaria, one of the first American sitcoms shown on Bulgarian National Television. From 2000 to 2010 the series has aired again on different channels in Bulgaria. In the UK, the series was first broadcast on ITV in early 1987, before moving to Sky One. In Latin America it used to air on Nick at Nite from February 13, 2006, to June 3, 2012, and it is broadcast since middle 2016 on TCM Latin America. The show was shown in New Zealand on TVNZ.
The National Broadcasting Corporation aired the live-action ALF TV series from 1986 to 1990. On Saturday mornings, [[ALF: The Animated Series]] and [[ALF Tales]] also aired on NBC.
 
 
==Nick at Nite==
 
 
ALF was aired in Latin America at nighttime on Nick at Nite, an adult-programming channel that was owned by Nickelodeon.
 
 
==WGN America==
 
 
ALF aired in 2008 on WGN America, but has since been taken off the air.
 
 
==Hulu Website==
 
 
The [http://www.hulu.com Hulu] Website contains all ALF episodes in English (syndicated versions - some scenes have been cut and certain music cues have been replaced for licensing reasons).
 
 
==Hub Network==
 
 
ALF was formerly aired on The Hub. However they air episodes in lower quality and are the same syndicated versions that are found on the Hulu website and US DVD sets. On October 13, 2014, the show was removed from the schedule after Hub Network rebranded Discovery Family.
 
 
[[Category:ALF Franchise]]
 
[[Category:ALF Franchise]]

Revision as of 00:26, February 27, 2018

ALF Comic 40

ALF comic 40 - ALF dines on the NBC peacock

The series aired on NBC from 1986 to 1990.

International broadcast history

ALF was very popular in Germany after it began airing on ZDF. The actor who dubbed ALF's voice in German, Tommi Piper, recorded two albums and four singles as the cat-eating alien between 1988 and 1991. The show also became very popular in Bulgaria, one of the first American sitcoms shown on Bulgarian National Television. From 2000 to 2010 the series has aired again on different channels in Bulgaria. In the UK, the series was first broadcast on ITV in early 1987, before moving to Sky One. In Latin America it used to air on Nick at Nite from February 13, 2006, to June 3, 2012, and it is broadcast since middle 2016 on TCM Latin America. The show was shown in New Zealand on TVNZ.

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