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"Cosby" - Free TV Show Tickets in New York City

"Cosby" TV Show is Shot in New York City and Tickets To The Show Are Available To The Public

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Soon after his great success as Dr Huxtable on The Cosby Show (which ran for 197 episodes from 1984-1992) but long before his legal troubles (and sexual assault allegations by over thirty women spanning as many years), Bill Cosby had another TV show entitled "Cosby" that was filmed in NYC and ran from 1995 till early 2000 for a total of 95 episodes.

The show had more than a familiar feel about it, as it looked very much like The Cosby Show, but it was different in a few ways. The show was shot in NYC, as opposed to the original The Cosby Show which was shot in Los Angeles. The show was produced and aired on NBC for the whole of its run as opposed to the original on CBS. The show taping was convenient for Cosby, who lives in Shelburne Falls, Massachusetts, Cosby would get on his plane at the Springfield airport in Massachusetts and fly into La guardia airport in Queens to shoot the show a couple of times a week.

The show plot involved Bill Cosby, who plays Hilton Lucas, who was forced to retire by his employer Lockheed Martin when he was only sixty years old. His wife has trouble with him always being at home with nothing to do and Lucas also does not know what to do with himself other than riff off others in his household. The show did not feel original in any way, almost felt like a bad version of the original Cosby Show, especially given that original Cosby show co-stars also appeared on the show.

Cosby Press Contact

The press contact for Cosby is Jamie Delphino at 718 706 5349

The Actors:

Bill Cosby plays Hilton Lucas and was on 95 episodes from 1996 to 2000
Doug E. Doug play Griffin Vesey and was on 94 episodes from 1996-to 2000
T'Keyah Crystal Keymáh who plays Erica Lucas and was on 94 episodes from1996 to 2000
Phylicia Rashad plays Ruth Lucas and was on 93 episodes from 1996 to 2000
Madeline Kahn plays Pauline Fox and was on 60 episodes from 1996 to 1999

The Show Plot:

Cosby has a great take on the funny side of life, especially with his new lovable character, Hilton Lucas This devoted husband and father, whose life is turned upside down when he finds himself living next to a children's daycare center and working at a trendy designer coffee shop. The show is cast with warmth, honesty and humor, Hilton faces the new world of the bewildering '90s for a retiree than no longer is on the fast track to life. Phylicia Rashad co-stars as Hilton's patient but also his sassy wife Ruth. Also part of this all-star cast is Madeline Kahn as Pauline, a family friend whose sharp wit makes her every bit a match for the outspoken Hilton. Rounding out this ensemble is T'keyah Crystal Keymch as Hilton and Ruth's daughter Erica, and Doug E. Doug as Hilton's nosy neighbor and comic sidekick Griffin, who gets most of the laughs for Cosby's deadpan setups.

TV Show Taping Schedule:

Cosby filmed 95 episodes for five seasons over 1996-2000 taping seasons. Mr. Cosby filmed a total of 8 shows in 2 days. This TV show has been cancelled by the TV network. Audience tickets to this TV show are no longer available.

Standby and Short Notice Tickets:
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Studio Address:

"Cosby" is filmed out of the following studio:
Astoria Studios 34-12 36th St Astoria,
Queens, NY 11106

Travel Plans:
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