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The New York Post's Brand New Hit TV Show: Page Six TV Is Now Taped in New York City!

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New York Post's Page Six TV - Show Summary

Page Six TV is a new syndicated gossip show, which is modeled off of The New York Post’s iconic “Page Six” gossip page. This immerse television experience takes viewers “behind the velvet rope” to gain a firsthand look into the latest celebrity news and gossip. This piping hot daily show examines the juiciest gossip in an entertaining, provocative, and outrageous manner. 

As is fitting a show derived from the New York Post gossip column, the Page Six television show approaches the celebrity news with classic New York cynicism. Page Six TV incorporates a panel chat format which is not scripted, as it is a news show that follows the latest gossip to come across their desks. Beyond the celebrities of Hollywood, this show makes anyone famous fair game, including stars of sports, politics, real estate, and fashion.  With a signature edgy style, this show doesn't’t just report gossip; it turns them inside out with uniquely qualified insider information.  The show is streaming on Hulu, in addition to airing in syndication.

When the show launched in September 2017 on WNYW Channel 5 at 7:00pm Eastern time, it brought in the best overnight ratings for any show launched from a magazine in its time slot in a decade.  In its first week, it was the best rated new syndicated show among the core daytime demographic of women aged 25 to 54, competing among the likes of Jeopardy! and Daily Mail TV.  The show is led by four main hosts: Carlos Greer, Elizabeth Wagmeister, Bevy Smith, and John Fugelsang, in addition to frequent appearances by “Page Six” editor Emily Smith, and deputy editor Ian Mohr.  Furthermore, there are occasional “Plus One” guests who co-host along with the regular hosts.  For instance, early guests included Craig Robinson and Terry Crews.
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  The four co-hosts come from varied backgrounds and each bring a unique angle to their celebrity beat. Carlos Greer comes to Page Six TV after serving as a writer for the New York Post, where he is a senior reporter for the Page Six gossip column. Relying on top industry sources for his latest scoops, he focuses on pop culture, music and society gossip. Among the many A-listers, Greer has interviewed Janet Jackson, Justin Bieber, Kim Kardashian, Jennifer Lopez and Madonna. Elizabeth Wagmeister joins the hosting panel following her career as a journalist in the L.A headquarters of Variety magazine. With over 30 million YouTube views on her videos, Wagmeister has covered every red carpet from the Oscars to the Teen Choice Awards and has interviewed celebrities from Helen Mirren to Chelsea Handler. Bevy Smith is a New Yorker who formerly moderated Bravo’s talk show, Fashion Queens. She has served as a pop culture commentator for countless shows, from Good Morning America, The View,Dr. Oz and Access Hollywood. Finally, John Fugelsang is an actor and comedian best known for the CBS drama CSI. He also hosts “Tell Me Everything” on Sirius XM radio, and has interviewed top musicians, including George Harrison’s final television appearance.
  • Bevy Smith
  • John Fugelsang
  • Elizabeth Wagmeister
  • Carlos Greer
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Page Six TV Host Profile: John Fugelsang

John Fugelsang is an actor and comedian best known for the CBS drama CSI. All four co-hosts have extensive experience interviewing celebrities on television and in print, and all have unique insider access to the celebrity gossip beat.

Page Six TV Panelist Profiles:

Carlos Greer is a senior reporter for the Page Six gossip column in the New York Post. Elizabeth Wagmeister is a journalist who has reported for Variety magazine. Bevy Smith formerly moderated Bravo’s fashion talk show, Fashion Queens.

TV Studio Address:

NEP Studios - 5th Avenue B
401 5th Avenue (Entrance at 37th Street)
Between Madison Ave & 5th Ave
New York, NY 10016

How To Get To The Studio:

You can get this TV studio by taking any train that goes to 34th Street and walking up towards 37th Street between Madison & 5th Avenue.

Get FREE Tickets to Page Six TV:

You can get FREE tickets to this show by going on Page Six TV's website and filling out a short form containing your desired dates as well as two other choices just incase your first date is not available due to an unusual high volume of requests.

Age Requirement:

You MUST be at least 18 years old to attend a taping with a valid ID. There may be some suggestive language.
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Noteworthy Dates for Page Six TV:

TV Show Started: September 2017

TV Show Closes: Open Ended

When Does This Show Tape?

Page Six TV tapes every weekday from 9:30 AM to 12 PM. On Thursdays, Page Six TV tapes two shows: the first show is from 9:30 AM to 12 PM and the second from 1 PM to 3 PM. An entire taping runs for approximately 3 hours.


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Show Transmission Time & Channel:
Page Six TV is transmitted at 7 PM Eastern Time on FOX Channel 5 in the tri-state area.
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Parking For This TV Studio:

The closest parking garage to the Page Six TV studio is located at:
ICON Regal Parking
11 E 38th Street
New York, NY 10016
Icon Pace Parking
67 W 36th Street
New York, NY 10016
The closest parking is not always the best as it often takes longer to park and retrieve your vehicle as fellow TV show patrons have the same idea. A better choice of parking may be the second choice or further away by a couple of Avenues.