Most TV talk shows are taped before a live studio audience, and all you have to do to become a part of that audience is to request a ticket and then show up at the studio.
But while virtually all sitcoms are taped in Hollywood, only a few of TV's prime talk shows are taped locally. Shows taped here in L.A. include "Jimmy Kimmel Live" (taped next to the El Capitan Theatre), "The Late Late Show with James Corden” (taped at CBS TV City), and "Conan" (taped at Warner Bros Studio).
But many other popular talk shows are taped in New York - not L.A., including "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon", "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert", and “Late Night with Seth Meyers”.
From a fan's perspective, the good thing about being a member of the studio audience at a talk show is that you not only get to see the celebrity host in person (such as Jimmy Kimmel), but also their guests - movie stars, TV celebrities, comedians, authors, and statesmen. And as a bonus, many talk shows feature live musical performances from popular singers and groups.
And all of this entertainment
and star-gazing won't cost you a penny. The tickets are free for the asking.
Following is a guide to the local talk shows which invite the public to
join the studio audience:
Not all Hollywood filming is done behind studio walls.
Much of it is done right out
on the streets of L.A., with stars performing in public at hundreds of
interesting locations around the greater Los Angeles area. And if
you like, you can easily find out where they're shooting and stop
by to watch.
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