Television Facts Generator

  • [Television fact 1] It is illegal to include the Emergency Broadcast system alert tones in any broadcast media in any context unless it's coming through the actual Emergency Broadcast System. Even when remixed to sound different, networks can be fined thousands of dollars for each time the tone is broadcast.


  • [Television fact 2] Liza Minnelli only accepted the role of Lucille 2 on Arrested Development because she was asked in person by Ron Howard, who she had babysat when he was a child and she a teen.


  • [Television fact 3] Seinfeld, Mad About You, and Friends all exist in the same universe. Kramer is subletting his apartment from Paul; Jamie appeared in an episode of Friends and mistook Phoebe for Ursula; Ursula works as a waitress in Mad About You.


  • [Television fact 4] The 1990s PBS game show "Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego" was created in response to a National Geographic survey stating that 1 in 4 Americans could not locate the Soviet Union or The Pacific Ocean.


  • [Television fact 5] On Queen for a Day, a 1950s TV game show, women competed by weeping and telling their sob stories, which were then rated by an applause-o-meter. Many were destitute single mothers; popular prizes included medical care for a very sick child or a replacement icebox because their food had gone bad.


  • [Television fact 6] TV show Guy's Grocery Games is shot in a made for TV grocery story with 10 aisles stocked with 20,000 items including fresh meats, seafood, produce, and baked goods which are donated to local food banks each week, which adds up to nearly 30,000 lb per season.


  • [Television fact 7] On January 3, 2005, FOX aired a reality show named “Who's Your Daddy?” It started with an adoptee who was introduced to eight men and had to figure out which one really was her father. If she got it right, she would win the cash prize of $100,000. If she got it wrong, the “dad” who had conned her took the money. Only one episode aired and it was canceled due to low ratings and strong controversy.


  • [Television fact 8] In the Office, Schrute Farms displays a flag with 15 stars. The 15 stars flag represented the original 13 colonies plus Vermont and Kentucky, used from May 1, 1795, to April 12, 1818. Schrute farms was established in 1812.


  • [Television fact 9] In Friends S08E17 “The One With The Tea Leaves”, Ross’ T-Shirt has an image on it which means “Friends” in sign language.


  • [Television fact 10] A Song of Ice and Fire author, George R. R. Martin sent actor Jack Gleeson (Joffrey ) a letter saying “Congratulations on your marvellous performance, everyone hates you.”


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