TV Show Tapings that You Can See in NYC, Pt. 1

October 12th, 2017 |

Who said that Hollywood is the only place to see stars? New York City has musicals, theater, concerts and TV show tapings. The best thing about tapings is that the audience gets to participate. Have you always dreamt of being in the audience of your favorite TV show? Here’s the Manhattan at Times Square’s pick of the top late night shows to see live in New York – all of them just a short walk from the Manhattan!

 

Saturday Night Live

As one of the most famous comedy shows in the United States with guest stars and musical entertainment, this is the most sought-after show.

Location
NBC Studios, 30 Rockefeller Plaza, between 5th and 6th Av. and W 49th St and W 50th St.
Website

Tickets
Tickets are given through an annual lottery, for a random date and time. Stand-by tickets available but you’ll have to queue for hours! More Information.

 

The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon

NBC’s longest-running talk show is still going strong with its latest host, Jimmy Fallon. A mixture of guests, monologues and comedy make it a fun show to watch.

Location
NBC Studios, 30 Rockefeller Plaza, between 5th and 6th Av. and W 49th St and W 50th St
Website

Tickets
Book your free tickets online – plan in advance because they sell out quickly.  Stand-by and monologue tickets are also available. Follow the show’s social media to learn about last-minute tickets. More Information

 

Late Night With Seth Meyers

Seth Meyer’s take on late night talk show follows current and political events, with a hint of comedy, guests and performances.

Location
NBC Studios, 30 Rockefeller Plaza, between 5th and 6th Av. and W 49th St and W 50th St
Website

Tickets
Tickets available for Monologue Rehearsals and Standby (same day). More Information

 

The Late Show with Stephen Colbert

After the success of The Colbert Report, we couldn’t go without seeing Stephen Colbert in action once again, now in the place of David Letterman. Although current issues are still part of the mix, guest celebrities and musicians take a more central role.

Location
Ed Sullivan Theater, 1697 Broadway, between 8th Av. and Broadway, and W 54th St and W 53rd St
Website

Tickets
Tickets can be booked online through the website. More Information

 

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