Wednesday, January 08, 2014

What's the Most Popular Show Set in Your State?

I'm not sure they're right about Texas.  Surely Dallas was more popular than Walker, Texas RangerUnited States of TV Shows 

11 comments:

Dale said...

Dallas may have been more popular but no one was willing to tell that to Chuck Norris.

Bill Crider said...

That explains it!

Anonymous said...

Dallas has to be #1.

And don't call me Shirley!


Jeff

Rick said...

"The Brady Bunch" over "Dragnet/Dragnet 67" for California?

Just a touch of nostalgic Baby Boomer bias there I think...

Richard said...

Eurika? What the hell is that?

Randy Clark said...

I think we can safely say that Gunsmoke was more popular than Smallville. This list seems to have drawn up by someone with no knowledge of television history.

Bill Crider said...

Like all too many of such lists.

Gerard said...

Happy Days and Laverne and Shirley are expected for Wisconsin but I prefer That '70s Show.

I used to watch Picket Fences to stare at Lauren Holly.

Cap'n Bob said...

I expected Frasier, but there was also that one that took place in Roslyn.

Cap'n Bob said...

Twin Peaks is the one I'm trying to remember.

Bill Crider said...

I think that one grew less popular as it went along, Cap'n.