TV Trivia and Answers

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!

Easy

Where is Penny of "The Big Bang Theory" originally from?

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Answer: Nebraska
More information: Penny's hometown is Omaha, Nebraska. She moved from Omaha to Pasadena, California to pursue her dreams of becoming a successful actress.

Easy

In which American city is the TV series "Sex and the City" set and filmed in?

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Answer: New York City
More information: "Sex and the City" is filmed in multiple locations in New York City. Some of these notable locations include Loeb Central Park Boathouse, Jefferson Market Garden and New York Public Library. The series played a crucial role in making these locations famous the world over.

VeryHard

What was the first television sitcom?

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Answer: Pinwright's Progress
More information: The British sitcom titled "Pinwright's Progress" is noted for being the world's first television sitcom. It aired from November 1946 to May 1947.

Medium

Which TV show featured a mom who was a lawyer married to a dad who was a doctor?

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Answer: The Cosby Show
More information: In "The Cosby Show", Claire Huxtable was a lawyer and her husband, Heathcliff, a doctor, with the family being based in Brooklyn, New York.

Hard

Who created "The Simpsons"?

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Answer: Matt Groening
More information: Matt Groening is widely regarded as one of the greatest cartoonist of his generation. "The Simpsons" is one of his best known works.

Medium

Which activity brought late-night host James Corden a great deal of attention as he carpooled with a host of celebrities?

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Answer: Karaoke - Corden's "Carpool Karaoke" segments became huge hits with TV and online audiences.

Hard

Which old school situation comedy featured Tom Hanks dressed up as a woman?

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Answer: Bosom Buddies
More information: "Bosom Buddies" was based on Tom Hanks and his co-star, Peter Scolari, dressing in drag in order to reside at a low-rent, ladies-only apartment complex.

Easy

On the show "Seinfeld", what was Kramer's first name?

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Answer: Cosmo
More information: Michael Richards played the fictional character, Cosmo Kramer, on the American television sitcom Seinfeld.

Medium

Which television show is based primarily on characters from the X-Men comic books?

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Answer: Legion
More information: Legion first appeared in Marvel Comics' "New Mutants" issue number 25 (1985), with the "New Mutants" being a spin-off from "the Uncanny X-Men".

Easy

The crime-based series "the Wire" is set in which American city?

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Answer: Baltimore
More information: "The Wire" focuses on the drug scene through the eyes of dealers and law enforcement based in Baltimore, Maryland.



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