Quiz: Can You Solve These Infuriatingly Hard TV Show Anagrams?
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Can You Solve These Infuriatingly Hard TV Show Anagrams?
By: Stella Alexander
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About This Quiz

Mimic snarl din. What does that say? What does that even mean?! When it comes to your favorite TV shows, you're probably used to seeing their names written clearly. While your mind might not be jumbled, these TV shows definitely will be. Rather than enjoying Mimic Snarl Din, you'd probably enjoy an episode of Criminal Minds every week. With some of TV's best and longest series, can you unscrambled them from their anagram?

An anagram is "a word or phrase formed by rearranging the letters of different words or phrases." Beyond this quiz, you'd find anagrams everywhere. Anagrams can be dated back to Alexander the Great during his takeover of the city of Tyre. Used in the lives of royalty, anagrams have been used to memorialize Mary Queen of Scots and Henry IV. Travelling through time, one would find the use of anagrams bouncing back between words and phrases. In more recent years, a more popular anagram can be found in J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter series. The villain, Voldemort, forms his new title from his birth name. Tom Marvolo Riddle becomes "I Am Lord Voldemort." While this occurred in a film, there are tons of TV shows that can be jumbled into anagrams. Luckily for you, we'll take care of that! All you need to do is keep your brain unscrambled long enough to unscramble some of the most popular shows to ever hit the TV screen. Think you can handle it? Let's find out!

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