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Question 1: A short run lasting less than a year is known in the United States and ________ as a season and in the United Kingdom and (not necessarily) the rest of the PAL countries as a series.
The BahamasBelizeCanadaBarbados

Question 2: Many of the most popular British comedies have been made this way, including Monty Python's Flying Circus (albeit with an exclusive team of six writer-performers), Fawlty Towers, ________ and The Office.
BlackadderBlackadder IIBlackadder the ThirdThe Black Adder

Question 3: On especially successful series, the producers sometimes call a halt to a series on their own like ________ and M*A*S*H and end it with a concluding episode which sometimes is a big production called a series finale.
The Cosby ShowTaxi (TV series)CheersThe Golden Girls

Question 4: If the ________ are good, the show is kept alive as long as possible.
Nielsen ratings2008 in television2009 in American television1960 in television

Question 5: Older American television shows began with a Pilot title sequence, showed opening credits at the bottom of the screen during the beginning of the show, and included ________ at the end of the show.
HBOClosing creditsCBSTBS (TV channel)

Question 6: For example, the ________'s long-running soap opera EastEnders is wholly a BBC production, whereas its popular drama Life on Mars was developed by Kudos in association with the broadcaster.
BBCNorwegian Broadcasting CorporationTG4Raidió Teilifís Éireann

Question 7: Its promotions appear between and near the end of programmes but not in the middle of them, much like the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) in the United States and the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) in ________.
United KingdomCanadaBarbadosAustralia

Question 8: On some occasions, a series which has not attracted particularly high ratings and been cancelled can be given a reprieve if ________ sales have been particularly strong.
Blu-ray DiscHD DVDLaserdiscDVD

Question 9: For example, the first series of long-running sci-fi series Doctor Who in ________ featured 42 x 25-minute episodes, which had been reduced, gradually, to 14 x 25-minute episodes in 1989.

Question 10: With the exception of soap operas, many shows especially before the 1980s, remained static without ________, the main characters and the premise changed little.
Serial (radio and television)Television programStory arcLost (TV series)


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