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Good Morning America Free TV Show Tickets in New York City
The Good Morning America TV Show is Shot in New York City and Tickets To The Show Are Available To The Public
Good Morning AmericaFor ABC, Good Morning America was a much more successful morning news series than A.M. America, which had lasted the first ten months of 1975. ABC looked at one of its affiliates, WEWS in Cleveland, and admired the station's very successful news/talk series called The Morning Exchange (1972-1999). Network programming president Fred Silverman oversaw ABC's using The Morning Exchange as a model for their new program.
Notable Good Morning America hosts over the years have included Joan Lunden, Charles Gibson, and Diane Sawyer.

Today the show is anchored by Robin Roberts, George Stephanopoulos, and Juju Chang. Sam Champion gives weather reports throughout the morning. The show is usually in a pitched battle for #1 with arch-rival morning news show The Today Show.

Come to Times Square at 44th Street and Broadway between 7 a.m. and 9 a.m. for a chance to be part of our live broadcast. Viewers outside the studio get a front row seat to the show and you might even get to meet our anchors. If you reserve your spot in advance, you will also get a backstage tour of the studio!

TV Show Taping Schedule:
Good Morning America shoots live Monday through Friday mornings from 7 AM to 9 AM.
This TV show tapes at ABC's studio in the heart of Times Square, New York.
GMA also does a show on the weekend called Good Morning America Weekend, but that is not taped in Times Square and does not feature audience interaction..

Good Morning America TV Show StudioHow To See the Good Morning America Show

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Advance Ticket Requests:
The Good Morning America TV show does not accept postal or phone requests for advance tickets.
Advance reservations for the backstage tour can only be requested over the internet.
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Good Morning America Summer Concerts:
Each summer, Good Morning America features a concert series. We have more information in our TV Ticket Guide.
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Studio Audience:
Even though the audience is now outside, Good Morning America is one of the few TV shows that allows people of all ages, so the audience is usually filled with families and a wide variety of people who are all big fans of the show (you would have to be a big fan to want to get up that early to see it live!).

Age Requirements:
There is no age limit for guests of Good Morning America.

TV Studio Address:
Times Square Studios
(at the southeast corner of 44th Street and Broadway)
New York, NY 10036

Mail In Address
Tickets are not given out from the mailing address. This address is for writing a letter to GMA only, not a request for tickets:
Good Morning America
ABC Television
147 Columbus Ave
New York NY 10023

Show Transmission:
The Good Morning America TV show airs weekday mornings at 7AM on ABC.

Travel Plans:
Want to make it to the show on time? Here’s the latest local transit information. www.nysubway.com


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