Quiz: 93% of People Can't Identify These '00s TV Shows From Just One Image. Can You?
93% of People Can't Identify These '00s TV Shows From Just One Image. Can You?
By: Bambi Turner
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About This Quiz

Do you remember how the Bluths made their fortune on "Arrested Development," or what the crew at Dundler-Mifflin sold under the fearless leadership of their boss, Michael Scott? Know what long-running series inspired Tina Fey and "30 Rock?" If you know the answers to these questions, you might have what it takes to get a perfect score on this '00s TV quiz!

The year 2000 ushered in a new era for TV thanks to the premiere of a so-called "reality" series called "Survivor." More than 51 million viewers tuned into watch the season finale of that first season, and the reality television craze was born. The next year, "American Idol" hit the air, with 22 million people tuning in to see Kelly Clarkson take the top prize. 

Of course, the '00s had much more to offer than just reality shows; some of the highest-rated series of all time got their start during the decade, from the gritty drama "The Wire," to mafia/family series "The Sopranos," to the mod life on "Mad Men." The period was also known for great sci-fi series like "Firefly" and "Battlestar Galactica." 

With so many epic shows on the air in the '00s, it can be hard to keep them all straight, but do you think you can identify each series from just a single image? Take our quiz to find out!

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