If what you mean is EFIS (Electronic Flight Instrumentation System), which can have CRTs (Cathode Ray Tubes... aka TVs) or LCDs... CRTs came first, LCDs later.
First generation EFIS in airliners were installed on the 757/767, A300-600 and A310...
757/767 included PFD, ND, EICAS (Engine Instrumentation and Crew Alerting System... A300-600 and A310 included PDF, ND, and CAM (Crew Alert Monitor). Later on the 737-300 had EFIS which only had PFD and ND... and the 744s and A320s were the first to have the 2nd gen EFIS... ie: analogue instruments are only on the standby instruments.
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I mean whereby the flight crew can see the back of the plane as well as other blind spots.
That is the external view cameras... Whilst airlines have installed the system for passenger views... it only became standard for large planes starting with the 773 and A346... this is not for blind spots, but to assist in taxiing due to the loooooooong (I mean long) wheelbase... therefore reducing the chance of the aircraft's main wheels becoming wheelbarrows in the airport gardens