There are many television trivia available on the ‘net, but none quite like ours. This is simply because ours features a plethora of interesting questions that will not only appeal to long-time television viewers but also to those who have just started watching in recent years. To put it simply, TriviaQN’s television Trivia has something for everyone. And in addition to having a good time taking it, your knowledge of the world of television is also bound to increase!
More information: According to his television shows and movies, Mr. Bean's first name is actually "Mr.".
Answer: Cigarette Smoking Man
More information: The full name of Syndicate member the Cigarette Smoking Man, played by actor William B. Davis, is actually Carl Gerhard Busch.
Answer: The X-Factor
More information: In 2007, "The X-Factor" judges Simon Cowell and Sharon Osborne recommended that a contestant see a throat specialist due to having a "weird-sounding voice". Well she followed their advice, and doctor's discovered she had a potentially-fatal lung disease, which they were able to treat.
More information: The last episode of "Dallas", which aired during its 14th season in 1991, featured J.R. Ewing seemingly committing suicide, though in a Dallas reunion movie aired in 1996 it was revealed that he had not.
More information: Matt LeBlanc starred as the lovable yet doltish Joey on "Friends" from 1994-2004.
Answer: The Jeffersons
More information: "The First Store" was actually a flashback episode from the 1980 season of "the Jeffersons" where they reminisced back to 1968, specifically to the date when MLK Jr. was assassinated.
Answer: Sydney, Australia
More information: The fateful Oceanic Flight 815 took off from Sydney, Australia before veering off course due to the actions of Jacob.
More information: Despite some viewers feeling that "Narcos" glorifies the life of an illegal drug dealer, as of 2019 a spinoff of the Netflix series is in the works.
Answer: The X-Files
More information: The pilot episode of "the Lone Gunmen", a spinoff of "the X-Files" that aired on 4 March 2001, featured a hijacked passenger plane flying towards the World Trade Center.