Can you complete the names of hit family sitcoms through the ages?

Fill in the blank on family shows from the 1950s to the 1990s.

From Lucy's groundbreaking show to Urkel's goofy dance, family sitcoms have proved popular since TV sets first enticed families to gather 'round.

If you've been watching and rewatching these shows for decades, here's a quiz for you and the whole family.

Scroll through this list of hit family shows that spans the 1950s to the 1990s and try to fill in the blank with the correct word to complete the classic show title every time. The family show fans who know best will score 20/25 or better. Good luck!
  1. This family sitcom debuted in 1951: I [???] Lucy
  2. This family sitcom debuted in 1952: The [???] of Ozzie & Harriet
  3. This family sitcom debuted in 1954: Father Knows [???]
  4. This family sitcom debuted in 1957: Leave it to [???]
  5. This family sitcom debuted in 1960: My Three [???]
  6. This family sitcom debuted in 1962: The [???] Hillbillies
  7. This family sitcom debuted in 1966: Family [???]
  8. This family sitcom debuted in 1969: The Brady [???]
  9. This family sitcom debuted in 1969: The [???] of Eddie’s Father
  10. This family sitcom debuted in 1970: The Partridge [???]
  11. This family sitcom debuted in 1971: All [???] the Family
  12. This family sitcom debuted in 1974: Happy [???]
  13. This family sitcom debuted in 1974: Good [???]
  14. This family sitcom debuted in 1978: Diff’rent [???]
  15. This family sitcom debuted in 1982: Family [???]
  16. This family sitcom debuted in 1985: Growing [???]
  17. This family sitcom debuted in 1987: My Two [???]
  18. This family sitcom debuted in 1987: Full [???]
  19. This family sitcom debuted in 1988: The Wonder [???]
  20. This family sitcom debuted in 1989: Family [???]
  21. This family sitcom debuted in 1990: The Fresh Prince of [???]
  22. This family sitcom debuted in 1991: [???] Improvement
  23. This family sitcom debuted in 1993: Boy Meets [???]
  24. This family sitcom debuted in 1994: Sister, [???]
  25. This family sitcom debuted in 1996: Everybody [???] Raymond

Can you complete the names of hit family sitcoms through the ages?

Your Result...

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EllisClevenger 7 months ago
You got 24 out of 25
You'll sleep well tonight knowing you haven't lost touch with all these iconic classic TV families. Missed #15
rycki1138 18 months ago
25 out of 25
You'll sleep well tonight knowing you haven't lost touch with all these iconic classic TV families.
idkwut2use 18 months ago
24, and only because I didn't look at all the choices on the first "Family" one...knew it was Affairs, Ties, Matters in that order. x-p
Larry 18 months ago
You got 25 out of 25
You'll sleep well tonight knowing you haven't lost touch with all these iconic classic TV families.
Runeshaper 19 months ago
You got 24 out of 25
You'll sleep well tonight knowing you haven't lost touch with all these iconic classic TV families.
LindaWilliams 22 months ago
You got 24 out of 25
You'll sleep well tonight knowing you haven't lost touch with all these iconic classic TV families.
JeffTanner 22 months ago
I got 23 out of25. --------------Missed # 15 & #20.
KatHat 22 months ago

You got 25 out of 25
You'll sleep well tonight knowing you haven't lost touch with all these iconic classic TV families.
DiscoDave 22 months ago
25 /25 No challenge on this one
KatHat DiscoDave 22 months ago
Agreed!
AndrewHass 22 months ago
I was 25/25 but i think that was an easy quiz.
KimThornadtsson 22 months ago
25/25 After "falling flat on my face" with the Three Stooges quiz, it was good to find an easier one.
Ken 22 months ago
Quite possibly your easiest quiz ever. The only one that required even a little bit of thought was 'Sister, Sister' otherwise it was a no brainer.
ETristanBooth Ken 22 months ago
25/25. Agreed.
JeanInTN Ken 22 months ago
I had to think a couple of seconds about Family Affair. The other two answers were also actual sitcom titles; however, they were in later decades. I never watched Sister Sister but I have heard of the title...don't know if any of those other choices were something they made up or if they were also actual titles to shows I've never heard of.
Wiseguy JeanInTN 22 months ago
It was also the name of a 1987 movie starring Judith Ivey and Jennifer Jason Leigh, which Leonard Maltin called "thoroughly unappealing."
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