Nerd culture is a vibrant tapestry of events, releases, and milestones that have shaped the entertainment landscape. From iconic movies to groundbreaking games and significant literary contributions, this article takes a trip down memory lane to explore the notable nerd culture events that occurred on September 3rd in history. Let’s celebrate these cherished moments that have left an indelible mark on the hearts of fans around the world.
On September 3, 2012, Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood premiered. This children’s television series follows the adventures of Daniel Tiger and his friends in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, inspired by the classic show Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood.
Nerdy Fact: The term “ugga mugga” that Daniel Tiger and his family use to express affection is actually a phrase that Fred Rogers used with his own children and grandchildren. It is a playful way of saying “I love you” or “kiss kiss”. The show’s producer, Chris Loggins, said that they wanted to honor Fred Rogers’ legacy by incorporating some of his personal touches into the show.
On September 3, 2021, Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings premiered. This American superhero film tells the story of Shang-Chi, a skilled martial artist who must face his past and his father, the leader of the mysterious Ten Rings organization, in a thrilling adventure that spans from San Francisco to a hidden realm of magic and mythical creatures.
Nerdy Fact: The Ten Rings, the mystical weapons that Wenwu uses, are different from the comics, where they are actual rings worn on the fingers. In the film, they are bracelets that can be manipulated by the user’s will and have various powers.
Today in Nerd History is produced by Radio Matt & Deidra for Rise & Shine, Nerds, LTN’s official Nerdy Morning News Show.