Fandom High is a pan-fandom game, which means any fictional character might appear on-island. Therefore, all fictional works are off-limits as entertainment sources; Buffy Summers shouldn't walk into a Common Room where other students are watching Season Three of Buffy the Vampire Slayer. There are several alternatives.
- Renamed fictional works. Students can't watch Buffy the Vampire Slayer, but they could watch Wendy the Werewolf Stalker.
- Fictional works treated as nonfictional works. In Fandom, Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy is not a comedy film starring Will Ferrell; instead, it is a documentary about the real-life news anchor, Ron Burgundy.
- In-universe fictional works. Tanya Huff's Smoke novels invented a television show named Darkest Night. Smoke would have to be renamed (or "meta'd"), but Darkest Night itself is fair game.
- Reality shows and news programs. For The Amazing Race, nothing would need to be changed.
- Entirely fictional works. Players can invent a book series or movie for their characters to love (or hate) and invent whatever details are necessary.
This wiki was created to track all of the above.