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2010s American TV Trivia

Can you answer these questions about the American television (and streaming) of the 2010s?
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What popular zombie show debuted on AMC in 2010?
The Walking Dead
Which HBO program was the most-pirated television series from 2012 to 2019?
Game of Thrones
Who took over as host of "The Tonight Show" in 2014?
Jimmy Fallon
What TV show was about a "fab five" of gay guys called upon to improve
someone's home, hair, food, clothing, and self-image?
Queer Eye
Name one of the Belcher family children on "Bob's Burgers".
Tina, Gene, or Louise
In what city did "The Office" take place?
Scranton, Pennsylvania
Where was it always sunny?
Philadelphia
What comedy starred Amy Poehler, Aziz Ansari, Nick Offerman,
Aubrey Plaza, and Chris Pratt?
Parks and Recreation
What forensics franchise had four different shows set in Las Vegas, Miami,
New York, and cyberspace?
CSI
What show featured Julia Louis-Dreyfus as the Vice President of the U.S.?
Veep
What animated show was about a horse who was a popular sitcom
actor in the 1990s?
Bojack Horseman
On what show starring Kristen Bell were characters unable to curse,
forced to say words like "shirt" or "fork" instead?
The Good Place
Who was the main character of "The Crown"?
Queen Elizabeth II
What show starred Jon Hamm as an advertising executive?
Mad Men
What was the name of the girl with superpowers in "Stranger Things"?
Eleven
What drug did Walter White manufacture in "Breaking Bad"?
Meth
What mean Scottish chef appeared in "Hell's Kitchen" and "Kitchen Nightmares"
Gordon Ramsay
What was Ted Mosby's profession on "How I Met Your Mother"?
Architect
What sitcom's theme song started "Our whole universe was in a hot dense state"?
The Big Bang Theory
On "The Bachelor" what did the bachelor give to a woman to prevent
her from being kicked off the show?
a Rose
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Level 80
Jan 14, 2020
Technically, Eleven's birth name (and legal name, after she is adopted by Hopper) is "Jane". Could add that as a type-in for the ST buffs :)

Also, dang, way to spoil the end of season 1 of the Good Place ;) A possible alternative could be, "On what show starring Kristen Bell were characters unable to curse, forced to say words like "shirt" or "fork" instead?"
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Level ∞
Jan 14, 2020
I've taken your suggestions. Thanks.
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Level 27
Jan 16, 2020
Least played quiz by Quizmaster
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Level 54
Feb 22, 2020
Really? It seemed interesting to me.
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Level 78
Jan 25, 2020
Totally guessed on the names of the Bob's Burgers children...and got it.
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Level 71
Jan 29, 2020
Tried typing 'Liz' for 'The Crown'. I have a friend named Elizabeth who used to live in the suburb of Windsor. To this day her nickname is Queenie.
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Level 54
Feb 22, 2020
Aren’t CSI sand NCIS the same
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Level 68
Feb 22, 2020
I thought so too, but apparently not. NCIS is actually a spin-off of the legal show JAG. Confusingly though, both CSI and NCIS are owned by CBS.
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Level 45
Feb 23, 2020
NCIS is a naval criminal investigative service. It's the same as CSI, but only investigates crimes that are related to the US Navy. CSI investigate all crimes (except army/navy crimes)
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Level 78
Feb 22, 2020
I like Bob's Burgers more than most of these shows but I couldn't think of any of the kids' names.
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Level 68
Feb 22, 2020
hm, that’s interesting because I think that Tina’s and Gene’s names get shouted out at least five times an episode.
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Level 78
Feb 22, 2020
well... I should have gotten Tina in retrospect... but I've only seen a few episodes of Bob's Burgers. I just don't like any of these other shows at all aside from Stranger Things, The Office, and Breaking Bad. The rest I've seen maybe once if at all.
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Level 60
Feb 23, 2020
Same here. I’m not particularly interested in most of the shows. But I would recommend Veep.
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Level 67
Feb 24, 2020
I quite like the good place. it's funny and interesting
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Level 78
Feb 27, 2020
never seen that one
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Level 67
Feb 22, 2020
Bachelor question : "to a women"?
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Level ∞
Feb 22, 2020
Okay
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Level 58
Feb 22, 2020
On stranger things, didn't most characters call Eleven just Elle?
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Level 72
Feb 23, 2020
Lazy Scranton, the Electric City. They call it that 'cause of the electricity.
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Level 45
Feb 23, 2020
The city’s laid out from east to west And our public parks and libraries are truly the best
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Level 67
Feb 24, 2020
Bojack Horseman is a surprisingly good show. Mostly it's a stupid comedy, but it also breaches some very dark subjects in a strangely real way for a show about an anthropomorphized horse. They also do some interesting episodes, like the one where he is in an underwater city for a film festival and can't talk while there so there is no dialog for the whole episode. Or the one where he gives his Mom's eulogy, which is basically a half hour monologue for the entire episode.
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Level 45
Feb 25, 2020
The Office was set in Slough.. The US Office was set in Scranton
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Level 78
Feb 27, 2020
There is no TV show called The US Office. and, though the UK version of the show was considerably less popular, Slough is still an accepted type-in.