Guess the TV families that lived in these fictional places

Think of the show… then remember the family name!

Television comes up with some fantastic and funny places to live, and we're not just talking about outer space or the Stone Age. Even the most bucolic little towns are perfect spots to call home.

Over the decades, we have seen characters live in all kinds of places.

See if these fictional settings ring a bell. You'll have to think of the show first… then remember the characters' names. Good luck!

  1. Who lived in Bedrock?
  2. Who lived in Mayberry?
  3. Which clan lived in Jefferson County, Virginia?
  4. Who lived in Hooterville?
  5. Who called Mayfield home?
  6. Who dwelled in Orbit City?
  7. Who lived in Raytown?
  8. This alien family lived in Rutherford, Ohio.
  9. This wholesome '50s sitcom family lived in Hilldale.
  10. Who lived with his parents in Central City?
  11. Finally, this soapy '80s saga took place in Tuscany Valley.

Guess the TV families that lived in these fictional places

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DerekBird 13 months ago
You got 10 out of 11
Nice work! You could probably point to their house on a map!
Had to guess on many but I did get 10/11, so I guessed well. Who knew that Mick and Keith and the rest of the Stones lived in Hilldale? Now where the Hell is Hilldale? Didn't the McFly's live there too?
BrianAymer 13 months ago
In Mayberry, It was Andy Taylor, not Andy Griffith.
DerekBird BrianAymer 13 months ago
The Taylors are one of the answers. The Griffiths was a swerve.
DerekBird 30 months ago
You got 9 out of 11
Nice work! You could probably point to their house on a map!
jholton30062 30 months ago
10/11. I missed where The Stones lived...
HopeDuchaine 30 months ago
8/11. Some of these confused me.
DavidBarker 31 months ago
got 7 of 11...missed 7,8,9,10...
booster 31 months ago
7/11 I got the first seven right, the last 4 wrong.
KellyShort 31 months ago
You got 7 out of 11
Looks like you took a few wrong turns. Better luck next time!

Guessed at most of them
MrBill 31 months ago
8/11; missed 9, 10 & 11 - I did not know those and guessed wrong.
daDoctah 31 months ago
Guessed wrong on just one (knew Clark Kent lived with his parents in Smallville; it was the Flash who lived in Central City but I didn't know Maynard G Krebs was one of his neighbors).

Here's an easy one: Bug Tussle.
RobCertSDSCascap daDoctah 31 months ago
A poor mountaineer and his family.
Well that was only the pilot! Don't forget that the title was The Beverly Hillbillies! Even when they went home, it was usually to Hooterville!
One third of the Hootervile Trilogy.
Yep, and we all remember when the Clampetts spent Christmas with the Bradleys and the Douglases!
daDoctah cperrynaples 30 months ago
Except that in the last season, instead of Hooterville they went to Silver Dollar City (which was also where they were living when the TV movie came along a few years later).
Mike 31 months ago
9 of 11. Hilldale and Tuscany Valley both I had no clue. Not really a fan of either show. Loved the quiz.
Catman Mike 31 months ago
I missed the same two for the same reasons.
scp 31 months ago
8 out of 11. The first one was me being to quick to click, but the others were not having a clue.
ETristanBooth 31 months ago
11/11, but #11 was a total guess.
RobCertSDSCascap 31 months ago
11/11! Another fun one!
Still wondering, officially, how the theme from
The Donna Reed Show turned up in a few Hanna-Barbera cartoons.
Yogi Bear and Huckleberry Hound.
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I guessed correctly on #3, 7, and 8, but I never watched those series. Orbit City had to be the easiest to guess, just by the crazy name, if you never saw 'The Jetsons."
Stock is a general term when a music cue is reused! Therefore, the Donna Reed theme is original on her show and stock when used elsewhere. Only recently have composers gotten credit for reuse of their music in movies!
Which I covered. I love when familiar T.V. themes turn up elsewhere
The same thing happened to the Beaver theme in its final season. Fun Fact: The Stones and the Nelsons ended their runs on Saturday, exiled in order to make room for Batman!
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