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  Holy Small Screen! It's Superheroes on TV    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
This a quiz about Superheroes on the small screen. There have been many incarnations of Superheroes on TV. This quiz will test your knowledge of them.
Very Difficult, 10 Qns, Dash_Rendarr, Apr 09 16
Very Difficult
335 plays
  Empedocles Watches What 'Airs' on TV Tonight   popular trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Empedocles thought everything consists of water, fire, earth and air (or wind). What do you know about these TV titles referring to the air, the sky, or wind (or anything above the ground, including birds and flying objects )?
Easier, 10 Qns, JanIQ, Jun 30 23
JanIQ gold member
Jun 30 23
277 plays
  All About Her - TV Edition   great trivia quiz  
Match Quiz
 10 Qns
All of these television shows have female names in the titles. Can you match the show with the actress playing the title role?
Very Easy, 10 Qns, zorba_scank, Jul 28 17
Very Easy
zorba_scank gold member
Jul 28 17
1434 plays
  Not My Cup of T   great trivia quiz  
Match Quiz
 10 Qns
All these television shows starts with a letter T. Now, sit down, grab a cup of tea (wait, this isn't a cup of T, so grab coffee) and take my quiz. Did I mention, it's super relaxing and fun? Good luck to you!
Very Easy, 10 Qns, linkan, Apr 19 24
Very Easy
linkan gold member
Apr 19 24
1001 plays
  I'll Think of a Title Tomorrow   great trivia quiz  
Match Quiz
 10 Qns
Match the TV series to the titles of four of its episode. Each episode title is a pun on a saying or another title.
Easier, 10 Qns, Joepetz, Apr 04 17
Joepetz gold member
736 plays
  Television Titles by the Numbers   popular trivia quiz  
Match Quiz
 10 Qns
Match the number on the right that completes the television title on the left. Have fun.
Very Easy, 10 Qns, DizWiz, Feb 08 18
Very Easy
DizWiz gold member
Feb 08 18
1275 plays
  Run For The Remote    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
So many great TV shows have the word "RUN" in their title. Can you identify or remember some of these series?
Easier, 10 Qns, coachpauly, Dec 31 14
2386 plays
  Empedocles Wants to Watch Earthly Series   popular trivia quiz  
Match Quiz
 10 Qns
Empedocles identified four elements: Air, Water, Fire and Earth. What would he think about the following TV programmes that all contain the word "Earth" in the title? Match the title to the programme and have fun.
Easier, 10 Qns, JanIQ, Nov 30 21
JanIQ gold member
Nov 30 21
184 plays
  Help! My Television Is on Fire    
Match Quiz
 10 Qns
If he had a television, Empedocles could have exclaimed this while watching these TV shows All titles contain the word fire. Can you match the show to the description?
Average, 10 Qns, JanIQ, Nov 19 20
JanIQ gold member
Nov 19 20
330 plays
  What's On TV (To)Night?    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Settle in for a night in front of the television with these ten shows that all feature the word "night" somewhere in their title.
Average, 10 Qns, Fifiona81, Jun 01 22
Fifiona81 editor
Jun 01 22
280 plays
trivia question Quick Question
What was Elyse Keaton's occupation on "Family Ties"?

From Quiz "Two Word TV Titles"

  TT is for T-Television: Alliterative TV Shows    
Multiple Choice
 15 Qns
This is part of the "T is for Television" series of quizzes, with double trouble this time: all these shows have at least two words that start with the same letter in the title. We skipped a few letters of the alphabet. Good luck!
Easier, 15 Qns, PootyPootwell, Apr 19 24
PootyPootwell gold member
Apr 19 24
882 plays
  Two Word TV Titles    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Match the TV show with its proper parts.
Average, 10 Qns, nyirene330, May 28 15
592 plays
  "Star-Named" Shows Sometimes Succeed    
Match Quiz
 10 Qns
Sometimes a show named after the star works. Match the "star" show with its brief description. All of these shows lasted 100 episodes or more.
Easier, 10 Qns, bernie73, Jan 20 20
bernie73 gold member
Jan 20 20
481 plays
  TV of the Stars    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
But not celebrity stars. Instead, the focus is on TV shows that have "star" or "stars" in the title.
Easier, 10 Qns, Caseena, Nov 28 16
679 plays
  What Show Was That?    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
There have been many television programs with the word "show" in the title. I will supply either character names, or a plot summary, and you decide the name of the show.
Easier, 10 Qns, ASA, Jan 21 15
812 plays
  T.V. Letters and Numbers!    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
The answers to all the questions are numbers or letters found in the title of TV shows and movies. Good luck and enjoy.
Average, 10 Qns, fontenilles, Dec 31 14
1165 plays
  'Great' Television    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Ten television programs with one thing in common - the word "great" in their name. How much do you know about "great" television?
Tough, 10 Qns, parrotman2006, Jan 18 23
parrotman2006 gold member
Jan 18 23
220 plays
  Little Black Project: Ebon Episodes   popular trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
As part of the Little Black Project, here are ten television programs that feature or reference black in the title in one way or another. Can you shed some light onto this darkness?
Average, 10 Qns, WesleyCrusher, Jul 20 19
WesleyCrusher editor
Jul 20 19
153 plays
  The Name's Not The Same    
Match Quiz
 10 Qns
The title of some TV show pilots or early episodes get changed during their runs or when they went into syndication. Match the original series title or pilot to what became the subsequent title.
Easier, 10 Qns, debodun, Jul 15 20
Jul 15 20
277 plays
  Empedocles Watches Wet Television    
Match Quiz
 10 Qns
The Greek philosopher Empedocles taught that there are four elements: earth, water, fire and air/wind. What would he find of these television series with a wet reference in the title? Match the principal actors to the title.
Average, 10 Qns, JanIQ, Nov 16 19
JanIQ gold member
Nov 16 19
189 plays
  "Star-Named" Shows Sometimes Stumble    
Match Quiz
 10 Qns
Some shows named after the star do not last for a long time. Match the show with the brief description. All shows ran for less than 50 episodes.
Tough, 10 Qns, bernie73, Jan 25 20
bernie73 gold member
Jan 25 20
186 plays
  The One with the Episode Titles   popular trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Some TV shows name their episodes in a distinct pattern. Let's see if you can answer these questions about how popular shows have titled their episodes. All are American TV shows.
Average, 10 Qns, sarahcateh, Dec 31 14
sarahcateh gold member
646 plays
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Would you know that at least 238 television episodes involve the word "Madness"? Well, now you do, but can you determine the exact "Madness" that fits each series?
Average, 10 Qns, WesleyCrusher, Dec 31 14
WesleyCrusher editor
453 plays
  How is your Night Vision?    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Each question will be about a television program with the word night in its title. You will be asked to either name the show or to answer something about the show.
Average, 10 Qns, lout62001, Dec 31 14
lout62001 gold member
832 plays
  "Night" Time TV    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Not necessarily shows at night, but TV shows containing night. Fair warning, there is an American bias.
Average, 10 Qns, GoodVibe, Dec 06 16
GoodVibe gold member
461 plays

Titles Trivia Questions

1. The series "All Creatures Great and Small" was set in what English county?

From Quiz
'Great' Television

Answer: Yorkshire

"All Creatures Great and Small" (both versions) is based on the novels of James Herriott, a veterinarian who practiced in northern England (Yorkshire). The first version of the show (1978-1990) is notable for introducing Peter Davison, who went on to become the Fifth Doctor on "Doctor Who" in 1981. The second version began in 2020 with Nicholas Ralph as Herriott. Yorkshire is the largest historic district in England and one of the oldest. Its history dates to before the Roman invasion, and the city of York has been around for almost 2000 years, started as a Roman fortress. Major cities in the region include Leeds, Sheffield, Bradford, and Wakefield.

2. Who starred in the TV series "Air America" (1998-1999)?

From Quiz Empedocles Watches What 'Airs' on TV Tonight

Answer: Lorenzo Lamas

Lorenzo Lamas (born 1958) started his acting career in 1969 as an uncredited extra in the movie "100 Rifles". He later showed up as an extra in "Grease" (1978) and as the main actor in "Body Rock" (1984), which earned him a Golden Raspberry as Worst Actor. On TV, he started with a few episodes of "Switch" (1977) and several episodes of "California Fever" (1980) and "Secrets of Midland Heights" (1980-1981). His best known TV role is Lance Cumson in "Falcon Crest" (1981-1990). In "Air America", Lorenzo played the pilot Rio Arnett, who joined Wiley Ferrell (played by Scott Plank) as pilots flying regular missions between the USA and South America. But Rio and Wiley were not only pilots, they were paid by the State Department to execute covert missions... Larry Hagman starred as JR Ewing in "Dallas". John Forsythe played Blake Carrington in "Dynasty". And Josh Brolin was the manager Peter McDermott in "Hotel".

3. "Friday Night Lights" chronicles a fictional high school football team in which state where football is king?

From Quiz What's On TV (To)Night?

Answer: Texas

The TV series "Friday Night Lights" was based on the movie of the same name, which in turn was based on the nonfiction book "Friday Night Lights: A Town, a Team, and a Dream" by H.G. Bissinger. The book followed the true story of the 1988 season of the Permian Panthers in Odessa, Texas. The TV series was set in the fictional town of Dillon, Texas and only used the book and movie as a launching pad to explore the same themes in a fictional setting. The series ran for five seasons and was critically acclaimed but suffered from low ratings. This question was blitzed into the quiz by Phoenix Rising member tazman6619.

4. In season 5 of the original "The Twilight Zone", the sun doesn't rise for one village in the episode "I Am the Night - Color Me Black". What scheduled event is connected to this occurrence?

From Quiz Little Black Project: Ebon Episodes

Answer: An execution

A man has been found guilty of murder and is to be hanged, but there is still doubt about his involvement. In fact, several signs point to his innocence and no autopsy was ever done on the alleged victim. On the morning of the execution, the sky over the village is pitch black, yet, filled with hatred, the sheriff proceeds with the execution, to the applause of the villagers. Then, just hours later, the darkness spreads, engulfing many places of hate and injustice around the world... (Question provided by WesleyCrusher)

5. What year did "The Edge of Night" end its 28-year run?

From Quiz "Night" Time TV

Answer: 1984

"The Edge of Night" ran from 1956 to 1984. Its setting was a fictitious Midwest town similar to Cincinnati, the home city of the show's producers Proctor & Gamble.

6. This franchise consists of many films and shows. Two of the series are subtitled "The Clone Wars" and "Rebels". What's its name?

From Quiz TV of the Stars

Answer: Star Wars

"Star Wars" came out in 1977; since then, there have been many films, series, books, video games, and comics set in the same universe. Other shows based on "Star Wars are "Star Wars: Ewoks" and "Star Wars: Droids", which are animated series from the 1980s. Its first foray into television was the infamously bad and poorly received "Star Wars Holiday Special" in 1978. Creator George Lucas disowned it and expressed a desire to find all bootlegged copies and smash them.

7. Which show featured Raj, Dwayne and Rerun?

From Quiz Two Word TV Titles

Answer: What's Happening!

"What's Happening!" was a comedy which ran from 1976 through 1979. It was loosely based on the 1975 movie "Cooley High" (but without the drugs); it featured 3 working-class kids from Watts and their school life, love life and typical adolescent adventures and schemes; in the original script, Rerun was written as a 'skinny, white kid' but Fred Berry was so good at the audition that the part was rewritten for him. It was the first African-American teen sitcom to break into the 'Nielsen Top 30'. Of the three teen stars, Haywood Nelson (Dwayne) was the only real teenager when the show first aired; Ernest Thomas (Raj) was 26 and Fred Berry was 25.

8. Some of the characters in this show were Statler, Waldorf, Rowlf and Fozzie. Each week there would also be a special guest star. What was the name of this show?

From Quiz What Show Was That?

Answer: "The Muppet Show"

The Muppets originally became famous in "Sesame Street". "The Muppet Show" had 120 episodes produced between 1976 and 1981. Statler and Waldorf were the two old gentlemen that sat and criticised every item in the program. The cinema in Gawler, South Australia has a balcony with Statler and Waldorf cut-outs. Rowlf only appeared in the first few episodes, where he would try to recite poetry, whilst Fozzie tried to tell jokes each week.

9. This sitcom starred San Francisco-born comic Margaret Cho, a young woman living with her Korean-American family.

From Quiz TT is for T-Television: Alliterative TV Shows

Answer: All-American Girl

Margaret Cho was an up-and-coming comic, but "All-American Girl" received very poor ratings, and it didn't help that the secondary characters kept changing. It ran on ABC during the 1994-1995 season.

10. This NBC show which ran from 1970-1973 featured stories about horror and the macabre. It was created and hosted by Rod Serling with each episode depicted by the revelation of paintings. Which anthology themed program was this?

From Quiz How is your Night Vision?

Answer: Night Gallery

The stories were both modifications of existing tales of fiction, in addition to original material by Serling. Introduction of the series was made through a movie in 1969 that was the directorial premiere of Steven Spielberg. "Night Gallery" often drew negative criticism when compared to "The Twilight Zone", Serling's earlier show of a similar theme.

11. What television show, that was first a movie, introduces a society where people are not permitted to live beyond the age of 30?

From Quiz Run For The Remote

Answer: Logan's Run

"Logan's Run" (1976) was a movie and a television series (1977). It was based upon the futuristic society created by George Clayton Johnson and William F. Nolan. Their 1967 novel "Logan's Run" is set in a dystopian society where death is required by all citizens reaching a certain age. The television series lasted for 14 episodes between 1977 and 1978 and starred Gregory Harrison as Logan and Heather Menzies Urich as Jessica. Logan is 26 and a Sandman whose job it is to track down those that run from their fate. Logan ultimately becomes a runner as he attempts to escape to a place called Sanctuary.

12. In "The Simpsons", season 8, where did they find their personal madness?

From Quiz Madness

Answer: Mountain of Madness

While they all sound as if they could have a place in "The Simpsons", "Bowling Madness" is a 2005 "Prank Patrol" episode, "Scooter Madness" hails from "Pocoyo"'s second season and "The Heights of Madness" is a first season "Hugh and I Spy" show.

13. Giving inspiration for the title of this quiz, the episodes of which popular TV show all begin with the words "The One..."?

From Quiz The One with the Episode Titles

Answer: "Friends"

"Friends" is one of the most beloved comedies of all time, revolving around the lives and loves of 6 young people in New York City. Some examples of "Friends" episodes are: "The One with the List", "The One with the Hypnosis Tape" and "The One with the Yeti".

14. Movie about brothers looking for brides.

From Quiz T.V. Letters and Numbers!

Answer: Seven

Released in 1954, "Seven Brides for Seven Brothers" told the story of a woodsman coming home with a wife. His six brothers decided they wanted to follow suite. Starring Howard Keel, who went on to star in the U.S. drama "Dallas".

15. "The Night Manager" was a 2016 six-part television series based on a novel of the same name by which author of spy thrillers, who also made a cameo appearance in the show?

From Quiz What's On TV (To)Night?

Answer: John le Carré

"The Night Manager" was based on a 1993 novel by John le Carré and told the story of Jonathan Pine, the night manager of an Egyptian hotel who is recruited by the British government to become a spy in the network of an arms dealer described in the novel as "the worst man in the world". Pine was portrayed on screen by Tom Hiddleston, while Hugh Laurie was cast as the villainous arms dealer. Other high profile cast members included Olivia Colman, Tom Hollander and Tobias Menzies. John le Carré's "blink and you missed it" cameo role as a disgruntled restaurant customer appeared in the fourth episode. This question was quietly snuck into the quiz by Phoenix Rising's Fifiona81.

16. What type of show was "In the Heat of the Night"?

From Quiz "Night" Time TV

Answer: Police drama

The show centered around a Mississippi police department. "In the Heat of the Night" started out as a book in 1965, a movie in 1967, then a TV series from 1988 to 1995. Notable actors included Carroll O'Connor and Carl Weathers.

17. This series has had a few incarnations. The first version aired 1978-1979. A miniseries was made in 2003, which was followed by a series that ran from 2004 to 2009. What show is this?

From Quiz TV of the Stars

Answer: Battlestar Galactica

"Battlestar Galactica" was originally made to capitalize on the popularity of "Star Wars". The 70s version was cancelled after one season, whereas the 2004 version ran for four seasons.

18. Who created the first animated Superman cartoons?

From Quiz Holy Small Screen! It's Superheroes on TV

Answer: Max Fleischer

Max Fleischer and his brother Dave brought the Man of Steel to life in 1941. This was just a few short years after his comic book debut. Filmation debuted Superman in 1966. William Hanna and Joseph Barbera put the Last Son of Krypton on television in 1973. Joe Ruby and Ken Spears rendition of Superman aired on CBS in 1988.

19. On what show would you find Dr. David Zorba mentoring the main character?

From Quiz Two Word TV Titles

Answer: Ben Casey

The drama series "Ben Casey" ran from 1961 to 1966 and featured Vince Edwards as the eponymous resident surgeon under the watchful eyes of Dr. Zorba (Sam Jaffee). At the time, doctor shows were very popular but "Ben Casey" differed from the others in that it was set in a metropolitan hospital and dealt with gritty and realistic issues and, unlike "Dr. Kildare", Ben almost never smiled! The show's beginning was iconic; it had a hand writing symbols on a chalkboard, with a voice saying "Man. Woman. Birth. Death. Infinity."

20. The characters in this show included Gomer, Barney, Opie and Aunt Bee. The show revolves around the sherriff of a town called Mayberry. What is the name of this show?

From Quiz What Show Was That?

Answer: "The Andy Griffith Show"

"The Andy Griffith Show" resulted from an episode of the "Danny Thomas Show" and also spawned several other shows including, "Gomer Pyle U.S.M.C" and "Mayberry R.F.D.". The boy that played Opie went on to play the character of Richie Cunningham in "Happy Days", before becoming the director of such films as "A Beautiful Mind" and "Apollo 13".

21. This critically-acclaimed series was set in Albuquerque, New Mexico and was based on the life of a high-school-chemistry-teacher-turned-drug dealer. What was it?

From Quiz TT is for T-Television: Alliterative TV Shows

Answer: Breaking Bad

"Breaking Bad" starring Bryan Cranston earned top critical acclaim and is often cited as the best show in television history. Creator Vince Gilligan has referred to it as a "morality play."

22. This comedy show was about the night shift of a Manhattan tribunal headed by the eccentric Judge Harry Stone. It was created by Reinhold Weege and included Harry Anderson and John Larroquette as the key actors. Which American sitcom was this?

From Quiz How is your Night Vision?

Answer: Night Court

"Night Court" was broadcast on NBC and ran for nine years from 1984 to 1992 as a thirty minute sitcom. It received numerous awards and nominations, notably four consecutive Emmy Awards for John Larroquette as Best Supporting Actor.

23. What quiz show for children first aired in 1972 in the U.S., but became much more popular in Great Britain from 1975 to 1981?

From Quiz Run For The Remote

Answer: Runaround

In the United Kingdom the quiz show was hosted by Mike Reid, Leslie Crowther, and Stan Boardman. Contestants were asked to select one of three possible answers to questions and given the chance to change their minds by running around to a different answer. Yellow and red balls worth 1 or 2 points were awarded for correct answers. One of my childhood heroes "Metal Mickey" was first debuted on the show. Although the series ended in 1981 it was brought back briefly in 1985 as "Poparound" with questions based on popular music.

24. On to "Family Guy". There is some methodical madness in season 3, but how exactly?

From Quiz Madness

Answer: From Method to Madness

That was a nasty one, right? "Method To His Madness" is from "Medium's" season 2, "Method to Her Madness" is the last segment of a season 3 "Animaniacs" episode and the inverted "A Madness to His Method" belongs to "Matrix's" first season.

25. The teen drama "Gossip Girl" has episodes named in a very creative way. They are all puns on what?

From Quiz The One with the Episode Titles

Answer: Classic movies

"Gossip Girl" is a highly popular prime time soap opera based on the books by Cecily von Ziegesar. It follows rich teens on the Upper East Side of New York City. Some of the show's episodes include "Bad News Blair", "O Brother, Where Bart Thou?" and "Enough About Eve".

26. Spooky T.V. show starring two agents, one who believed "the truth is out there".

From Quiz T.V. Letters and Numbers!

Answer: X

"The X-Files", starring David Duchovny as "Fox Mulder" and the beautiful Gillian Anderson as "Dana Scully" was shown from 1993 - 2002 in the U.S. Aliens, the paranormal and government conspiracies all played their part in this classic U.S. sc/fi show.

27. Which cast member from "SCTV" starred in "Great News"?

From Quiz 'Great' Television

Answer: Andrea Martin

Andrea Martin is technically an American, born in Portland, Maine in 1947, but she is most associated with the Canadian comedy show "SCTV" from 1976 to 1984. The show had its roots in Toronto's Second City comedy troupe. In the decades since, Martin has made dozens of films and numerous television appearances. "Great News" aired on NBC for two seasons in 2017 and 2018. The show was set on a television news program called "Breakdown". Martin played Carol Wendelson, the mother of producer Katie Wendelson (Briga Heelan), who becomes an intern on her daughter's show. Nicole Richie and John Michael Higgins played the co-anchors of the news show.

28. Which 2019 documentary series of six episodes fits into this quiz of water, fire, earth, and air?

From Quiz Empedocles Watches What 'Airs' on TV Tonight

Answer: Building to the Sky

"Building to the Sky" was an Australian TV documentary series that aired first in France in 2019. Lisa Kay was the narrator. In six episodes, the series explored why men keep building ever higher skyscrapers, and the history of some of the best known of these buildings. "Private Life of a Masterpiece" (2001) was a BBC documentary series about famous artworks, mostly paintings. "MythBusters" (2003) was an American documentary series in which various urban myths, movie scenes and rumours were scientifically explored. "Stanley Tucci: Searching for Italy" (2021) was a BBC series to discover the secrets of Italian cuisine.

29. In the science fiction television drama "Night Sky" co-produced by Amazon Studios and Legendary Television, there is a secret portal in a married couple's backyard. Where does the portal lead to?

From Quiz What's On TV (To)Night?

Answer: A distant planet

"Night Sky" was first released on Amazon Prime Video in May 2022. J.K. Simmons and Sissy Spacek star as the married couple who regularly visit their secret paradise of a deserted planet through a portal in their backyard. The drama centres on themes of ageing, loss and secrecy. The plot takes a twist with the appearance of a character who has links of his own to the secret portal. This question was brought out of secrecy by Phoenix Rising team member purelyqing.

30. What is the title of the BBC program (1969-1986) which helped turn the game of Snooker into one of the UK's most popular sports?

From Quiz Little Black Project: Ebon Episodes

Answer: Pot Black

"Pot Black" came from the fertile imagination of David Attenborough, then the Director of BBC Two, when colour broadcasting was still in its infancy. The program is credited with turning a little known professional sport into a fun sport, played by a wide section of the population. The event was run annually until 1986, but there have been short seasons and "one-offs" at intervals. Although all the matches were recorded in one day at the BBC's Birmingham studios, the matches were shown individually throughout the winter, with the co-operation of the Press, which did not reveal the winner till after the match was aired. The first century break was notched by Australian Eddie Charlton in 1973 with a break of 110. In 2006 Mark Williams broke the "Pot Black" record with a break of 119. (Question provided by windrush)

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