Quiz: Can You Finish The Names Of All These Iconic Family Sitcoms?

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Do you remember all these signature shows?

If you love classic sitcoms, you should be able to finish the names of all these hit shows from the 50s through the 90s!

 Dec 28, 2020

1 of 25Name The Sitcom!

I _____ Lucy
Love
Like
Know

2 of 25Name The Sitcom!

The _____ McCoys
New
Fake
Real

3 of 25Name The Sitcom!

Dennis the _____
Brat
Kid
Menace

4 of 25Name The Sitcom!

_____ Knows Best
Uncle
Father
Brother

5 of 25Name The Sitcom!

Leave It to _____
Beaver
Bunny
Badger

6 of 25Name The Sitcom!

The _____ Hillbillies
Bel-Air
Beverly
Brooklyn

7 of 25Name The Sitcom!

The Brady _____
Family
Bunch
Clan

8 of 25Name The Sitcom!

All in the _____
School
Family
House

9 of 25Name The Sitcom!

_____ Days
Sad
Good
Happy

10 of 25Name The Sitcom!

Growing _____
Old
Up
Pains

11 of 25Name The Sitcom!

The Facts of _____
Love
Luck
Life

12 of 25Name The Sitcom!

Who's the _____?
Man
Boss
Best

13 of 25Name The Sitcom!

Married with _____
Offspring
Kids
Children

14 of 25Name The Sitcom!

Full _____
House
Condo
Apartment

15 of 25Name The Sitcom!

Everybody Loves _____
Richard
Robert
Raymond

16 of 25Name The Sitcom!

The Fresh _____ of Bel-Air
Duke
King
Prince

17 of 25Name The Sitcom!

Family ______
Values
Ties
Days

18 of 25Name The Sitcom!

The Andy __________ Show
Griffin
Devine
Griffith

19 of 25Name The Sitcom!

Diff'rent __________
Days
Strokes
Lives

20 of 25Name The Sitcom!

My _______ Sons
Two
Three
Four

21 of 25Name The Sitcom!

The Adventures of Ozzie & ____________
Hilda
Harriet
Helen

22 of 25Name The Sitcom!

The __________ Family
Adams
Addams
Munster

23 of 25Name The Sitcom!

The Cosby __________
Show
Family
Hour

24 of 25Name The Sitcom!

___________ Improvement
House
Family
Home

25 of 25Name The Sitcom!

Married...With ________
Kids
Children
In-Laws
WOMEN.COM | Quiz Facts

Fancy yourself a sitcom trivia master? Did you know that sitcom is short for situational comedy? This genre of television is identified by following a set of main characters. The situation comedy is just about as old as television broadcasting itself. The first U.S. television sitcom was Mary Kay and Johnny, which aired from 1947 to 1950 and was the first show to feature a married couple sharing the same bed. Then came I Love Lucy, which was one of the most-watched TV shows during those early years of broadcast years, along with The Honeymooners. A big TV fan definitely knows about all of the shows mentioned above and every other hit show from the 50s, 60s, 70s, 80s, and 90s. Just how many sitcoms have you seen over the years? Were you paying close attention to their titles? All you need to do is look at the following incomplete television series' titles and fill in the blanks with the missing word. Get them all correct, and you might just be crowned the king or queen of television history! Are you up for the challenge? Great! Hit the play button now and show us what you've got. We can pretty much guarantee that you'll want to binge watch some of these shows once you're done taking this fun and challenging TV trivia test! Best of luck to you, and remember... no cheating! We know you have it in you to get the top score! Let's see how much you really remember about everyone's favorite fictional families!