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The Rosie Show Free TV Show Tickets in Chicago
The New Rosie O'Donnell TV Show is Shot in Chicago and Rosie Show Tickets Are Available To The Public

Rosie O'DonnellRosie O'Donnell is returning to daytime TV! And she won't be on just any ordinary cable channel - Rosie will be claiming a prime spot on Oprah Winfrey's new OWN channel. Rosie O' Donnell had actually been pursuing the old timeslot of The Oprah Winfrey Show, but failing that, went the next best route and joined the Oprah empire.

Rosie, who has not been seen on television since her controversial one-season stint on The View, has announced her intention to return to the medium again in 2011 with her own TV show. It will be a one-hour show in which Rosie focuses on one theme during the program, and Scott Carlin and Dick Robertson are serving as the Rosie TV show's producers. The new Rosie O'Donnell show will be taped in Chicago five days a week. Rosie had indicated that she might consider taping in a Broadway theater in New York City (which would be appropriate given her well-known love of Broadway and her frequent past support - and participation in - Broadway shows). But in March 2011, it was announced that she would be taking over The Oprah Winfrey Show's Harpo Studios in Chicago after Oprah's show concluded. The move allows the now-iconic Harpo Studios and much of its staff to continue thriving.

With Oprah Winfrey retiring her massively popular daytime TV show in 2011, it seems that Rosie is gunning to make her show a kind of successor to Oprah's. "I want to build on what Oprah began and excelled at for 25 years, in my own style and with new adaptations and ideas," said Rosie O'Donnell in a statement. "I would like this show to make a difference in viewer's lives, to be real, uplifting, authentic and focus on life, love and laughter." Rosie has already demonstrated an interest in establishing herself in the Oprah mode by getting involved in various media, creating Rosie magazine, hosting a radio show, becoming an avid blogger, founding a cruise line, writing books, producing the Broadway show Taboo, co-starring in the Broadway revival of Fiddler on the Roof, and getting involved with kids charities.

Long Island, New York native Rosie, known as "Ro" to her biggest fans, started as a stand-up comedian and later went into acting (her feature films include A League of Their Own and Sleepless in Seattle). From 1996 to 2002, Rosie established herself as a household name with her popular morning talk show, The Rosie O'Donnell Show. On the multiple Emmy Award-winning Rosie O'Donnell Show, she told funny anecdotes, interviewed celebrity guests, featured the casts of Broadway musicals, often talked about her love for Tom Cruise, and engaged in playful interactions with the audience (including her signature bit of launching koosh balls at them). Rosie tickets for the finale of the old Rosie TV show in 2002 were sold for over $400, even though Rosie was just coming out of the closet and her fan base was coming to terms with her real persona. The free Rosie tickets for the final show were so popular that NBC decided to provide the tickets to the final show via a ticket lottery.

Since then, Rosie O'Donnell has been a lightning rod for controversy, coming out of the closet as a lesbian, speaking out on political and social issues, adopting children, getting in public disputes with Donald Trump and her co-stars on The View, and more. The post-Rosie O'Donnell Show activity tarnished Rosie's label as "The Queen of Nice," which will make it harder for her to assume the mantle of Oprah Winfrey. There is no denying, though, that Rosie O'Donnell still has a strong fan base, and people who loved The Rosie O'Donnell Show may be persuaded to return to Rosie's flock again when she comes back to TV in 2011.

Rosie O'DonnellTV Show Taping Schedule:
The new Rosie O'Donnell TV Show will start taping in Fall 2011. This TV show will tape in Chicago, Illinois five days a week.

So, How Do You Get Rosie O'Donnell Show Tickets in Chicago?

Standby and Short Notice Tickets:
Standby Rosie ticket procedures have not yet been established for the all-new Rosie show, but once Rosie tickets are available, we will have all the info in our TV Show Tickets guide on how to get these Rosie TV Show tickets. Our complete research guide to free TV Show tickets will give you access to all the latest information on New York area television show tapings, including methods, contact information, phone numbers and secret details.
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Advance Ticket Requests:
The Rosie TV show will begin accepting advance ticket requests in 2011. At that time, we will post the information for requesting advance Rosie tickets in our TV Show Tickets guide.
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TV Studio Address:
The location of the Rosie O'Donnell TV show is Oprah Winfrey's former studio:

Harpo Studios
1058 W. Washington Blvd. (at North Carpenter Street)
Chicago, Il 60607

 
 


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