Free 1990's Television Trivia Questions and Answers

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Free 90s television trivia questions and answers.

Fun 90s Trivia questions and answers about television and TV shows.

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 long time advertisers Nike and Reebok in its special, Made in Vietnam: The American Sneaker Controversy?

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.