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Jerry Springer TV Show in NYC / Connecticut
Details about the Jerry Springer TV Show in the New York City area

The Jerry Springer TV Show Has Relocated to Stamford Connecticut
NBC Universal has re-located the Jerry Springer TV Show to Stamford, Connecticut to save on production costs.
Chicago's loss is the New York City tri-state area's gain, since the new Stamford studio is a simple 1-hour commute by Metro-North train from NYC's Grand Central Terminal. Click here to see the new Jerry Springer TV Show Page

Jerry Springer TV ShowShow Background
The Jerry Springer TV Show debuted on September 30, 1991 as a replacement for the Phil Donahue Show (the Granddaddy of the modern TV Talk show), which had recently been cut. Jerry's show started as a political TV talk show, but quickly morphed into a low-road production when they started getting better ratings when they covered low-brow content. On the early format show, guests included Oliver North and Jesse Jackson. The show became more and more successful as it became more and more lowbrow, with an emphasis on infidelity, lewdness, and sex. Its guests were typically blue collar people, with a special love for trailer trash, confronted on a television stage with a spouse or family member's adultery, homosexuality, prostitution, transvestitism, hate group membership, or other controversial situations. These confrontations often lead to shouting, profanities, chair-throwing, fist-fights, and removal of clothing.

By 1998, The Jerry Springer Show was beating the "other" Chicagoan Oprah Winfrey. With many lawsuits and other controversies, The Jerry Springer Show prevailed. In the same year Jerry Springer portrayed his own talk show host character in the movie Ringmaster, though his character's name is Jerry Farrelly. Ringmaster offers a behind-the-scenes look at would-be guests who apply to a Springer-like show. The same year, Springer also released an unrelated autobiography called Ringmaster - he claimed, "I can only think of one title a year".

In 2005 a British version was created and Jerry beat his UK talk-show rival Trisha Goddard five-to-one in the ratings, even though its format was more comedy than the reality of its Chicagoan brother.

So, How Do You Get Tickets to The Jerry Springer Show in New York City / Connecticut?

Standby and Short Notice Tickets:
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Advance Ticket Requests:
The Jerry Springer TV show accepts advance ticket requests by phone, mail, and on the web.
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Age Requirements:
You have to be 18 years or older to attend a taping of The Jerry Springer TV show.

Jerry Springer Bio
Who is real Jerry Springer ?

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Jerry Springer Books and Videos
A full set of the Jerry Springer books and videos can be found here.
Jerry Springer Books and Videos

Previously filmed in Chicago, The Jerry Springer Show has moved to Stamford, Connecticut, which is easy to get to from New York City by train (the ride is about an hour long).

TV Studio Address:
Rich Forum Theater
307 Atlantic St.
Stamford, CT 06901-3506

Show Transmission:
The Jerry Springer Show airs Monday through Friday. Check local listing for stations in your area.

Travel Plans:
Want to make it to the show on time? Get the latest local NYC transit information at www.nysubway.com. For info on how to get from New York City's Grand Central Terminal to Stamford, CT where The Jerry Springer Show tapes, visit the Metro North Railroad site CLICK HERE


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