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Ever since television was introduced to the public in 1928, it’s been acting as a source of comfort, information, and entertainment. With a single click, viewers immediately have access to hundreds of channels of programming, with shows ranging from the intellectual to the downright ridiculous. Take a look at one of the most popular TV shows back in the '76. However, sometimes the public’s love for their favorite shows transcends their flat-screen monitors, which is why crossover innovations such as TV themed slots have exploded in popularity over the last decade. Thanks to new and innovative technology, players can visit their favorite casino and relive some of the greatest moments on television thanks to genuine audio and video clips from shows. Here are the best slot machines based on TV shows.

  1. Pawn Stars 

In 2012, this show about pawn shop owners seeking a profit was the top non-fiction cable show in the United States. It’s broadcast in 37 different languages and enjoys massive popularity in Italy, Latin America, and even Singapore. Bally Technologies took a chance on converting it into a slot machine, and now the Pawn Stars logo can be spotted in leading land-based casinos. All your favorite characters are present in the game, including Chumlee, Corey, Rick, and Old Man. Pawn Stars is a 5-reel slot with 25 paylines and a max wager of 250 credits. Available denominations per spin range from a penny to $1,000. The game’s top prize pays out 18,400 credits multiplied by the denomination and total bet. For all the people who are more into online casino slots rather than land-based ones, you can find it here. The choice is big and if offers nothing but fun gaming experience.

  1. Family Guy

Manufactured by IGT, this irreverent slot machine is based on the animated hit from creator Seth MacFarlane. Six multi-level progressives are available, and the game has 5 reels and 30 paylines. Animation has been created specifically for the game, and your favorite characters may show up at any time to deliver wilds, scatter pays, and bonus spins. The six bonus rounds are each linked to a specific character, event, or location, and these include the following: The Drunken Clam, Lois, Chris, Stewie, Brian, and the always-popular Chicken Fight.

  1. The Twilight Zone 

Rod Serling was a legendary writer during the golden age of television, and his genius lives on thanks to the TV themed slot based on his creation. Players can choose from three different dimensions for the base game, with each delivering a distinctive look and reel configuration. In addition to trivia questions, puzzles, and random features, The Twilight Zone slot also includes seven bonus rounds with footage from the original series. These include: Dimensions of the Twilight Zone, A Most Unusual Puzzle, Into the Zone, A Kind of Machine, and Enter the Wheel Zone.

  1. Sex and the City

Hit the town with Carrie, Miranda, Charlotte, and Samantha in this slot machine adaptation of the hit HBO series. Up to four games can be played at the same time, and actual video clips from the show will put you in the mood to sip a cocktail or buy a designer handbag. Bonus rounds and progressive picks follow the show’s unique theme, with many bonuses centering on a specific character (including Mr. Big).

  1. CSI

The CSI franchise continues to be a hit for CBS, and this popular video slot allows you to enjoy either the original program, CSI: Miami, or CSI: New York. All your favorite characters are also present, including Lt. Horatio Caine, Catherine Willows, and Det. Mac Taylor.

 

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