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The Talk Free TV Show Tickets in Los Angeles

The Talk TV Show is Shot in Los Angeles and Show Tickets Are Available To the Public

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The Talk TV Show

Move over, The View, there are a few new opinionated ladies in town. The brand new CBS daytime talk show The Talk is revitalizing The View's formula and giving it a motherly twist. Celebrity mothers Sara Gilbert (Roseanne), Leah Remini (The King of Queens), Holly Robinson Peete (The Celebrity Apprentice), Marissa Jaret Winokur (Broadway's Hairspray), and Sharon Osbourne will be the five co-hosts on The Talk, along with moderator Julie Chen, each bringing her own unique maternal viewpoints and parenting styles to the program.

Gilbert, who officially came out as a lesbian while promoting the new show, has two children with her partner and is also serving as a producer on the show. The Talk is replacing CBS's long-running and recently-canceled daytime soap opera, As the World Turns. Whether or not these hot mamas will create as much drama as that soap opera, or as much controversy as the outspoken ladies of The View, remains to be seen.
So, How Do You Get TV Show Tickets to The Talk in Los Angeles?

To Get Tickets to The Talk call this number (818) 655-5000.

Standby and Short Notice Tickets:

Standby The Talk ticket procedures have not yet been established for this all-new View-like TV show for moms, but once The Talk tickets are available, we will have all the info in our TV Show Tickets guide on how to get these The Talk 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 Talk TV show will begin accepting advance ticket requests later this year. At that time, we will post the information for requesting advance The Talk tickets in our TV Show Tickets guide.
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Group Tickets:

The Talk can accommodate groups.

Dress Code:

The Talk TV show recommends upscale, trendy clothes and requests that guests wear plenty of color (don't wear white, stripes, sequins, hats, or items with logos on them).

Age Requirements:
You must be 18 years or older to attend a taping of The Talk. Photo ID required.The Talk in NYC

TV Studio Address:
CBS Studio Center
4024 Radford Avenue
Studio City, CA.

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

How Often Does The Talk come to New York City?
The Talk has been visiting the CBS Broadcasting Center TV studio in New York City at least twice every season since 2011. The cast of hosts and production team spend one week (Monday-Friday) during "Sweeps Week" in February and May and during the holidays in December.