Television Quiz / Was It On TV?

Random Television or Show Quiz

Can you identify whether these TV shows really aired on US television, or are made up?

Quiz not verified by Sporcle

Forced OrderWrong Answers
Also try: 5-Star TV Villains
Challenge
Share
Tweet
Embed
Score 0/24 Timer 05:00
QuestionAnswer 'Y' or 'N'Information
My Dogg Has Fleas: Reality show has rapper Snoop Dogg touring the nation's best flea markets.
Checking In: Florence Johnston (from The Jeffersons) 'moves up' to become the executive housekeeper of a Manhattan hotel.
I Married Dora: Single father marries his housekeeper to prevent her from being deported to El Salvador.
England and Wales: Two married vaudevillians, Bob England and Janet Wales, quit performing to raise a family.
Doc of the Bay: Medical procedural that takes place at San Francisco General Hospital.
Yoknapatawpha!: Sitcom based on the novels of William Faulkner.
How 'Bout Them Apples?: Whenever the Apple family tries to maneuver through life, disaster (and hilarity) ensues.
Justice is Sweet: Peter Sweet leaves a high-powered Chicago law firm to become a public defender, fighting for the underdog.
Hoosier Daddy: Hard-partying man marries modest midwestern divorcee and moves to her family farm in Indiana.
Pretty Good: Game show in which cosmetologists compete to make-up audience members so that they resemble iconic movie stars.
We Got It Made: Two bachelors hire an attractive live-in housekeeper.
Holmes & Yo-Yo:Sitcom about a detective and his android partner.
QuestionAnswer 'Y' or 'N'Information
Jennifer Slept Here: A movie actress who was run over by an ice cream truck returns to haunt her old house, now occupied by the Elliot family.
On the Rocks: Sitcom about a minimum-security prison.
Gnu York City: Cartoon Network show about the adventures of Wendell the Gnu in the Big Apple.
Viva Laughlin!: Musical comedy-drama taking place at a casino in Laughlin, Nevada.
Supertrain: Drama about a nuclear-powered train decked out like a cruise ship. Plots centered around passengers' social lives.
Cavemen: Cavemen attempt to live in modern-day San Diego. Characters were originally from a GEICO commercial.
The Secret Diary of Desmond Pfeiffer: Sitcom satirizing the Lincoln administration, told from the point of view of one of Lincoln's servants.
Mr. Smith: An orangutan develops an IQ of 256 and learns to talk, so he is hired as a political consultant in Washington, DC.
The Second Hundred Years: Luke is frozen in an avalanche in 1900; 67 years later he thaws out and tries to make sense of his surroundings, and 1960s technology.
The Priest and the Pooch: A retired priest travels the US with his English sheepdog, helping individuals in crisis.
Bottom of the Barrel: The misadventures of a young bartender who secretly lives in the basement of his workplace, The Whiskey Barrel.
Shore Excursions: This spin-off from The Love Boat explores what happens when passengers leave the Lido deck and search for love on land.

You're not logged in!

Compare scores with friends on all Sporcle quizzes.
Sign Up with Email
OR
Log In

You Might Also Like...

Show Comments

Extras

Top Quizzes Today


Score Distribution

Your Account Isn't Verified!

In order to create a playlist on Sporcle, you need to verify the email address you used during registration. Go to your Sporcle Settings to finish the process.