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Free 90s television trivia questions and answers.

Fun 90s Trivia questions and answers - television.

How many lifelines were available to contestants in the first year of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?
A: Three.

What talk-show host picked up his sixth wife, Shawn Southwick, after two broken engagements?
A: Larry King.

Whose first TV cooking show, How to Boil Water, was a colossal flop?
A: Emeril Lagasse's.

What role did Courteney Cox originally try out for on Friends?
A: Rachel.

What Fox TV waif wailed; "I am not anorexic. I have a fast metabolism"?
A: Calista Flockhart.

What Fox star gained notoriety for on-air smooches with Jane Krakowski, Courtney Thorne-Smith and Lucy Liu?
A: Calista Flockhart.

What flavorful cable TV hit culminates in a showdown at Kitchen Stadium?
A: Iron Chef.

What TV cop show garnered headlines in 1996, when a shoplifter surrendered to two of its stars?
A: Homicide: Life on the Street.

What TV series challenged Scott Bakula to portray Dr.Ruth?
A: Quantum Leap.

What sitcom drew an audience of 80 million viewers for its final episode, in 1993?
A: Cheers.

What TV foursome did researcher Karin Boehm-Duerr warn were "so sweet and addictive" that children couldn't live without them?
A: Teletubbies.

What cable network targeted longtime advertisers Nike and Reebok in its special, Made in Vietnam: The American Sneaker Controversy?
A: ESPN.

More free television trivia questions and answers.

What TV show kept its title character chaste until she fell for a mountain man named Byron Sully?
A: Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman.

Who went public with his Parkinson's disease only after closing a $100 million syndication deal for his sitcom?
A: Michael J. Fox.

What actor played lead roles in both LA Law and NYPD Blue.
A: Jimmy Smits.

What cable channel thought Johnnie Cochran would make a good co-host?
A: Court TV.

What buckskin-clad attorney, undefeated in jury trials since 1969, landed his own CNBC show?
A: Gerry Spence.

Who won five Emmys for her sitcom role as a television reporter?
A: Candice Bergen.

What divine songstress played Murphy brown's 93rd and last secretary?
A: Bette Midler.

What TV drama staked out the moral high ground in Rome, Wisconsin?
A: Picket Fences.

 
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