Can you match these TV shows to their home states?

Where did these classic series take place?

After studying geography in school, we would run home and turn on the television.

We hope you were paying attention for both.

We're going to give you a classic television show. You pick the U.S. state in which it took place.

Good luck!
  1. Cheers
  2. WKRP in Cincinnati
  3. The Mary Tyler Moore Show
  4. The Andy Griffith Show
  5. Matlock
  6. Twin Peaks
  7. Gunsmoke
  8. Bonanza
  9. Perry Mason
  10. Happy Days
  11. The Facts of Life
  12. Mork & Mindy
  13. Family Ties
  14. Newhart
  15. Finally, in The Fugitive, Dr. Kimble was on the run all over the United States. Where did it all begin ā€” what was his home state?
Can you match these TV shows to their home states?

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CruiseGirl4Life 7 days ago
7/15 my gosh I did better in Mrs. Wilson's 6th grade geography class. šŸ˜‚
VenturaCapitalist 7 days ago
Good quiz for the kids: Know your states!
Lacey 7 days ago
Wow, did not do well here.
I need to brush up on my geography.
MrBill 7 days ago
8/15; tough one for me. Had a hard time recognizing some of the states by their pictures. I might have been easier had they just given possible state names.
Greg 7 days ago
13/15 People that wanted harder quizzes should be happy with this. I was a over the road driver in the days before Google maps.
DIGGER1 7 days ago
You got 13 out of 15
We salute you! You pay close attention to maps and TV screens!
nemalki 10 days ago
15/15. First time playing. Thank goodness I remembered civics and pointless TV history.
Barry22 10 days ago
8/15, I knew the states, but not their shapes.
DIGGER1 Barry22 7 days ago
I got 13/15. Geography was also never my strong suit.
daDoctah Barry22 7 days ago
Always have trouble telling Vermont from New Hampshire by their shape and position (got the Newhart one by remembering that Vermont is V-shaped). I have the same problem with Tennessee and Kentucky, and of course if they had made us choose between Colorado and Wyoming I imagine a lot of us would have blown it.
MrsPhilHarris 11 days ago
6/15 I knew where most shows were set, but I'm afraid I don't know the shape of most States except Calif., Florida, Washington, Hawaii and Alaska.
nerakr 11 days ago
13/15. Guessed wrong on one, and got the two bordering states mixed up on the other. And I know my states!
DIGGER1 nerakr 7 days ago
13/15. Join the club.
teire 11 days ago
11/15, tricky and lots of fun. Wish they told you the name of the correct state once you answered ā€” in some cases Iā€™m not sure if I got the state or the shape wrong!
Dicazi 11 days ago
11/15.
Definitely harder to ID a state when it's not on a map.
cperrynaples 11 days ago
13/15! Missed FOL and The Fugitive!
DIGGER1 cperrynaples 7 days ago
You got 13 out of 15
We salute you! You pay close attention to maps and TV screens!
ndebrabant 11 days ago
You got 15 out of 15
We salute you! You pay close attention to maps and TV screens!
teire ndebrabant 11 days ago
Go to the head of the geography class!
AndrewHass 11 days ago
I was 13/15.
DIGGER1 AndrewHass 7 days ago
You got 13 out of 15
We salute you! You pay close attention to maps and TV screens!
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