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Can you recognise the TV drama from the font?

TV drama is a big business, so making your show stand out from the competition is vital. One way of doing that is picking the right typeface (fonts are just variations of typefaces, by the way). So can you recognise – or at least guess – which shows these letters belong to?

Question 1 out of 9:

Which fantastical setting does this ‘E’ come from?

The letter 'E' in a grand, gold font
Question 2 out of 9:

Which weird world was this ‘W’ taken from?

The letter 'W' leaning to the right
Question 3 out of 9:

How about this ‘A’ that’s been sliced in two?

The letter 'A' with the slice taken out if it
Question 4 out of 9:

This hand-drawn ‘A’ might have come from a scrapbook – but whose?

The letter 'A' coloured with felt pens
Question 5 out of 9:

This red neon ‘E’ certainly has a retro feel – but does that fit the show it comes from?

The letter 'E' lit in red neon
Question 6 out of 9:

Another neon ‘E’! This time with a dangerous red glow. Where’s it from?

Another spookier red neon 'E'
Question 7 out of 9:

This ‘D’ looks like printed type, perhaps from a classified document. Which show could it be?

A neat, black, capital 'D'
Question 8 out of 9:

Another ‘W’, this time with sharp barbs. Perhaps it has something to do with the main character’s personality?

The letter 'W' with spikes
Question 9 out of 9:

A Vogue-like ‘E’, with extravagant purple plumes – perhaps it’s a show with a focus on performance?

The letter 'E' in purple

Are you ready to get your results?

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