On this day in Film & TV 2 november
1954: BBC radio comedy "Hancock's Half Hour" debuts starring Tony Hancock and Sid James, written by Ray Galton and Alan Simpson.
1973: "Barbra Streisand ...and Other Musical Instruments" special premieres on CBS TV.
1989: "Blackadder Goes Forth" final episode "Goodbyeee" airs on BBC-TV starring Rowan Atkinson.
1993: Actor Roger Moore (James Bond) has his enlarged prostate removed.
1996: Revival of Eugene O'Neill's' drama "Hughie", directed by Al Pacino, and starring Pacino and Paul Benedict.
1997: Rodgers & Hammerstein's television musical "Cinderella", starring Brandy Norwood, Whitney Houston.
2003: US sitcom "Arrested Development" Premieres created by Mitchell Hurwitz, starring Jason Bateman.
2015: "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2" directed by Francis Lawrence, starring Jennifer Lawrence.
2020: Johnny Depp loses libel case against UK newspaper "The Sun", which called him a "wife-beater".
2020: Baby Shark by Pinkfong becomes the most-watched video on YouTube with over 7.04 billion views.