Word Puzzles - TV Titles #1

Guess each short clue. Then combine the answers to create the name of a TV show.
Combine the answers using SOUNDS, not spelling
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Last updated: December 7, 2019
First submittedDecember 12, 2014
Times taken19,322
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Clue
Answer
Certain car pedal
Brake
Queen's husband
King
Not good
Bad
(TV title)
Breaking Bad
 
 
Forage for grass
Graze
Queen Boleyn
Anne
Part of a molecule
Atom
Do, Re, ...
Mi
(TV title)
Grey's Anatomy
 
 
Member of the periodic table
Element
Eagle's nest
Eyrie
(TV title)
Elementary
 
 
First name of pop princess Montana
Hannah
Papal edict
Bull
(TV title)
Hannibal
 
 
Step onto a ship
Board
Chinese cooking utensil
Wok
The 13th letter spelled out
Em
Structure for cremating bodies
Pyre
(TV title)
Boardwalk Empire
 
 
Clue
Answer
Most common word
The
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Two
Jim Morrison's band
Doors
(TV title)
The Tudors
 
 
What a fish uses to breathe
Gill
Historical Muslim of Spain
Moor
Female children
Girls
(TV title)
Gilmore Girls
 
 
Feathers used in pillows
Down
2,000 lbs
Ton
Part of a six-pack
Ab
Stinging insect
Bee
(TV title)
Downton Abbey
 
 
Certain
Sure
Scottish lake
Loch
(TV title)
Sherlock
 
 
Two of a kind
Pair
Tree creature of Middle Earth
Ent
Car part called a bonnet in the UK
Hood
(TV title)
Parenthood
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Level 55
Dec 14, 2014
Couldn't spell eyrie...sigh.
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Level 82
Jan 5, 2017
Ditto. Not for lack of trying. I figured there were only a few hundred possible spellings, but I probably would have need a few thousand to come up with the correct one.
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Level 67
Sep 10, 2019
same
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Level 65
Feb 25, 2015
Typed "me" about 10 times for the Gray's Anatomy one. Apparently it's "mi".
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Level 77
Feb 25, 2015
Fun quiz. Pyre almost got me - never heard of the show.
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Level 49
Feb 25, 2015
Watch it, it's amazing.
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Level 59
Feb 25, 2015
Fun quiz! never heard of Gilmore Girls though (not sure if it's on UK tv).
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Level 69
Apr 8, 2016
Isn't the Scottish lake technically Ness
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Level 80
Apr 21, 2016
There is more than one loch in Scotland.
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Level 82
Nov 30, 2016
Managed to get them all, although "board" took me a while - couldn't get "embark" out of my head!
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Level 61
Jul 9, 2019
I really had to put on an American accent to sound some of these out. "The Two Doors" took me a while. I pronounce it closer to "Chyooduhs". Fun idea.
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Level 56
Apr 21, 2020
I liked the Sherlock one.
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Level 75
Sep 30, 2020
From 'the two doors' to 'the Tudors' seems like a bit of a jump
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Level 41
Feb 5, 2021
Also sure-loch doesn't sound like "Sherlock"
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Level 56
May 9, 2021
I guess that's a bit of a regional difference, because I say "sure loch" and "Sherlock" exactly the same
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Level 41
Feb 5, 2021
"Car part called a bonnet in the UK" - you mean the bonnet? That's what it's called 😂 should specify "in American english"
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Level 69
Feb 10, 2021
It's funny how dated these shows are today. Breaking Bad stood the test of time, and to a lesser extent so did Gilmore Girls. The others... a bit forgotten about.