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TV Show Chain Quiz

Guess these television shows based on the hints provided. Each answer begins with the last letter of the previous answer.
The words A, An, and The in a show's title do not count for this quiz. For example, The Simpsons would begin with the letter S.
If a show begins or ends with a number, spell that number out for this quiz. For example, Reno 911 ends with the letter E.
Last updated: February 27, 2019
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Network
Air Dates
Hint
Answer
NBC
1994-2004
Sitcom about six friends living in Manhattan.
Friends
Comedy Central
1997-present
Animated show about four boys in a small Colorado town, famous for profanity and satire.
South Park
Fox
1997-2010
Animated sitcom about a propane salesman in small-town Texas and his family and friends.
King of the Hill
NBC
1990-2010
Police procedural and legal drama that portrays both the investigation and prosecution of criminals in New York City.
Law & Order
ABC
1988-1997, 2018
Funny and realistic portrayal of a working-class American family in small-town Illinois.
Roseanne
CBS
1996-2005
A lovable sportswriter and his overworked wife deal with his overbearing parents and older brother.
Everybody Loves Raymond
ABC
2004-2012
Follows the lives of a group of women living on Wisteria Lane.
Desperate Housewives
PBS, HBO
1969-present
Children's program featuring actors, puppets, and a large yellow bird.
Sesame Street
Fox
1998-2006
Sitcom following the lives of six teenagers in the 1970's.
That 70's Show
HBO
2016-present
Guests visit a Wild West-themed amusement park populated by androids.
Westworld
NBC
2005-2010, 2018-present
Game show where a contestant tries to pick the briefcase containing the most money and decide whether to sell it back.
Deal or No Deal
CBS
1954-1973
The adventures of a beloved Collie in a farm community.
Lassie
Network
Air Dates
Hint
Answer
NBC
1994-2009
Follows the lives of hospital emergency room staff.
E.R.
MTV
1992-present
A group of young adults live together in one residence while being filmed non-stop.
The Real World
ABC
1997-2002
Sitcom about a couple who married on their first date, despite being polar opposites in personality.
Dharma and Greg
Fox
2014-present
Crime drama about a new police officer in a city full of future supervillains and masked vigilantes.
Gotham
NBC/CBS
2005-2009, 2009-2011
Crime drama about a police consultant who can communicate with the dead.
Medium
ABC
1955-1959
Variety show featuring a famous Disney character and a revolving cast of teenagers. Was revived several times in later decades, under slightly different names.
The Mickey Mouse Club
VH1
1997-present
Documentary series about the lives, success, and hardships of various musical acts.
Behind the Music
NBC/ABC
1971-1978, 1989-1990
Crime drama about an LAPD homicide detective, known for his beige coat and unassuming demeanor.
Columbo
Fox
2003-2007
Teen drama about a young man adopted into a wealthy California family.
The O.C.
Comedy Central
2005-2014
Late night talk and news satire program, whose host was a satire of conservative political pundits.
The Colbert Report
Fox
1987-1991
Youthful undercover police investigate crimes in high schools, colleges, and other teen-centric locations.
21 Jump Street
MTV
2011-2017
A teenager is bitten by a werewolf, and learns to cope with his new dual identity.
Teen Wolf
+1
level 79
Jan 21, 2019
Please accept written out numbers and punctuation.
+1
level 68
Jan 22, 2019
One of the two answers that contains a number included the typed out number by default, so I (wrongly) assumed the other would too. That has now been fixed. I'm not sure what you're referring to about punctuation, though. You can leave it out because JetPunk doesn't care one way or the other, so you can leave out the & (or the word "and," for that matter), and you don't need to type periods or hyphens.