Under Flags>Closing>Off-Topic here are the options:
Trivia questions are off-topic; we're not trying to duplicate IMDB. See: Should movie trivia questions be closed?
Identification questions must contain sufficient detail to be answerable. For help writing a good identification question, see: Identify-This-X-Questions.
Questions about current events are off-topic because these items are rapidly changing and do not have a definitive answer. For more information, see our FAQ.
Blatantly off-topic (this question has nothing to do with movies or tv)
This question belongs on another site in the Stack Exchange network
This question about film licensing is not any of these options.
It's certainly appropriate for the "Closing" option:
off-topic because... This question does not appear to be about movies or tv within the scope defined in the help center.
Because that is the case, it's not within the scope of what M&TV deals with but:
It's not Trivia.
It's not an ID question
It's not about Current Events.
It is a question about movies & TV, so it's not "blatantly off topic".
There's not anywhere else to ask it.
We need an option that says "About Movies & TV but not within the scope defined in the help center." Or, at the very least, we need an "Other" option.