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I have recently noticed that we have a "video-games" tag but no "tv-shows" or "movies" tag. Should we have a tag for tv related questions? (e.g. questions found in tv-shows or riddles where you guess the tv-show or movie)

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    $\begingroup$ I'd argue the opposite; why do we need a video games tag in the first place? It seems to me that it'd simply be better to merge all tags like that into the [trivia] tag. That was we also avoid spoilers. $\endgroup$ – Mithical Feb 6 '19 at 9:07
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    $\begingroup$ I'm inclined to agree with Mithrandir, except that I'm not sure [trivia] is the right one (because there are other sorts of trivia, and knowing those feels kinda different from knowing about video games and TV shows); perhaps something like [popular-culture] or [media]? $\endgroup$ – Gareth McCaughan Feb 6 '19 at 14:05
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You're mistaken: we do have a tag, with exactly 100 questions at the time of writing.

I'm not sure if a separate tag would be useful. Knowledge about movies and knowledge about TV shows usually come together, so I'd say both of these could be covered by a single tag, maybe the existing .

(I would disagree with the commenter who said all such tags should be merged into . It's very useful for solvers to know what kind of trivia they'll be expected to know. For example, I directly skip any question tagged , but I'll have a look at any question tagged . Please keep these tags separate! Avoiding spoilers isn't an argument, because it's the OP's choice how much information they want to reveal in the puzzle.)

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