CBS Television City

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CBS Television City, alternatively Television City, is an American television studio complex located in the Fairfax District of Los Angeles at 7800 Beverly Boulevard, at the corner of Fairfax Avenue.wikipedia
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Designed by architect William Pereira, it is one of two CBS television studios in southern California — the other is CBS Studio Center, located in the Studio City section of the San Fernando Valley, which houses additional production facilities and the network's Los Angeles local television operations (KCBS and KCAL).
The company is headquartered at the CBS Building in New York City with major production facilities and operations in New York City (at the CBS Broadcast Center) and Los Angeles (at CBS Television City and the CBS Studio Center).

CBS Studio Center

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Designed by architect William Pereira, it is one of two CBS television studios in southern California — the other is CBS Studio Center, located in the Studio City section of the San Fernando Valley, which houses additional production facilities and the network's Los Angeles local television operations (KCBS and KCAL).
The company also previously had ownership of three other studios in the area: CBS Television City, Columbia Square and the Paramount Pictures lot.

Fairfax District, Los Angeles

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CBS Television City, alternatively Television City, is an American television studio complex located in the Fairfax District of Los Angeles at 7800 Beverly Boulevard, at the corner of Fairfax Avenue.
It is known for the Farmer's Market, The Grove, CBS Television City broadcasting center, the Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust in Pan Pacific Park, and Fairfax Avenue restaurants and shops.

Gilmore Stadium

It was built on the site of a former football field and race track, Gilmore Stadium.
It was opened in May 1934 and demolished in 1952, when the land was used to build CBS Television City.

The Carol Burnett Show

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This soundstage was also the home of The Carol Burnett Show for its entire 1967–1978 run, and The Red Skelton Show prior to that (1953–1970), as well as the notable game shows Match Game (the 1973–82 Gene Rayburn-hosted version, and the 1998 version), The $25,000/$100,000 Pyramid (the 1980s run), Hollywood Squares (hosted by Tom Bergeron), Wheel of Fortune, the 1986–1989 revival of Card Sharks, and the 1988–1995 run of Family Feud.
The series originated in CBS Television City's Studio 33, and won 25 primetime Emmy Awards, was ranked number 16 on TV Guide's 50 Greatest TV Shows of All Time in 2002, and in 2007 was listed as one of Time magazine's 100 Best TV Shows of All Time.

Real Time with Bill Maher

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Studio 33 is the current home of the long-running CBS game show The Price Is Right and the HBO late-night series Real Time with Bill Maher.
It originates from Studio 33 ("The Bob Barker Studio") at CBS Television City in Los Angeles.

Pyramid (game show)

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This soundstage was also the home of The Carol Burnett Show for its entire 1967–1978 run, and The Red Skelton Show prior to that (1953–1970), as well as the notable game shows Match Game (the 1973–82 Gene Rayburn-hosted version, and the 1998 version), The $25,000/$100,000 Pyramid (the 1980s run), Hollywood Squares (hosted by Tom Bergeron), Wheel of Fortune, the 1986–1989 revival of Card Sharks, and the 1988–1995 run of Family Feud.
As per CBS custom at the time with celebrity game shows, three weeks of episodes for CBS were taped in Hollywood at CBS Television City, Studio 31. The remainder of the 1973–81 episodes originated in New York City at the Ed Sullivan Theater, moving to ABC's Elysee Theatre after Pyramid switched networks.

The Red Skelton Show

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This soundstage was also the home of The Carol Burnett Show for its entire 1967–1978 run, and The Red Skelton Show prior to that (1953–1970), as well as the notable game shows Match Game (the 1973–82 Gene Rayburn-hosted version, and the 1998 version), The $25,000/$100,000 Pyramid (the 1980s run), Hollywood Squares (hosted by Tom Bergeron), Wheel of Fortune, the 1986–1989 revival of Card Sharks, and the 1988–1995 run of Family Feud.
The program was produced at Desilu Productions and CBS Television City in Hollywood, and over five years, from 1955 through 1960, was telecast in color approximately 100 times.

The Late Late Show with James Corden

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Programs produced at Television City, including The Price Is Right, The Young and the Restless and The Late Late Show with James Corden will continue to be based at Television City, as will the headquarters of the CBS international unit.
Airing in the U.S. from Monday to Friday nights, it is taped in front of a studio audience Monday through Thursday afternoons – during weeks in which first-run episodes are scheduled to air – at CBS Television City in Los Angeles, California in Studio 56, directly above the Bob Barker Studio (Studio 33).

Fairfax Avenue

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CBS Television City, alternatively Television City, is an American television studio complex located in the Fairfax District of Los Angeles at 7800 Beverly Boulevard, at the corner of Fairfax Avenue.
CBS's Television City is located on the corner of Fairfax and Beverly Boulevard,where thousands camp out to wait for a chance to watch The Price is Right.

CBS Columbia Square

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Since 1961, it has served as the master control facility for CBS's west coast television network operations which were previously based at Columbia Square.
KNXT-TV, Channel 2 (now KCBS-TV) moved into the complex in 1960, and the CBS Television Network's West Coast operations were based there until it moved to the larger CBS Television City in November 1952.

The Price Is Right (U.S. game show)

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Studio 33 is the current home of the long-running CBS game show The Price Is Right and the HBO late-night series Real Time with Bill Maher. Programs produced at Television City, including The Price Is Right, The Young and the Restless and The Late Late Show with James Corden will continue to be based at Television City, as will the headquarters of the CBS international unit.
Except for the 30th Anniversary Special, which was taped at Harrah's Rio in Las Vegas, Nevada, The Price Is Right has been taped in Studio 33 in CBS Television City in Hollywood, California for its entire run.

Charles Luckman

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The stark modern architecture at Television City consists of black and white planes meeting at razor-sharp corners, with accents of dazzling red, the work of Pereira & Luckman of Los Angeles.
Their partnership led to works such as CBS Television City and the master plans for Edwards Air Force Base and Los Angeles International Airport.

Match Game

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This soundstage was also the home of The Carol Burnett Show for its entire 1967–1978 run, and The Red Skelton Show prior to that (1953–1970), as well as the notable game shows Match Game (the 1973–82 Gene Rayburn-hosted version, and the 1998 version), The $25,000/$100,000 Pyramid (the 1980s run), Hollywood Squares (hosted by Tom Bergeron), Wheel of Fortune, the 1986–1989 revival of Card Sharks, and the 1988–1995 run of Family Feud.
Match Games 1973–82 run was taped in Studio 33 at CBS Television City in Los Angeles, except for one week of shows in 1974 in which it was shot in Studio 41.

The Young and the Restless

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Programs produced at Television City, including The Price Is Right, The Young and the Restless and The Late Late Show with James Corden will continue to be based at Television City, as will the headquarters of the CBS international unit.
Taped at CBS Television City, studios 41 and 43 in Hollywood since its debut on March 26, 1973, the show was packaged by the distribution company Columbia Pictures Television, which has now been replaced by Sony Pictures Television.

American Idol

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The finals were broadcast in prime time from CBS Television City in Los Angeles, in front of a live studio audience.

Wheel of Fortune (U.S. game show)

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This soundstage was also the home of The Carol Burnett Show for its entire 1967–1978 run, and The Red Skelton Show prior to that (1953–1970), as well as the notable game shows Match Game (the 1973–82 Gene Rayburn-hosted version, and the 1998 version), The $25,000/$100,000 Pyramid (the 1980s run), Hollywood Squares (hosted by Tom Bergeron), Wheel of Fortune, the 1986–1989 revival of Card Sharks, and the 1988–1995 run of Family Feud.
Upon NBC's 1989 cancellation of the network series, production moved to Studio 33 at CBS Television City in Los Angeles, where it remained until 1995.

Beverly Boulevard

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CBS Television City, alternatively Television City, is an American television studio complex located in the Fairfax District of Los Angeles at 7800 Beverly Boulevard, at the corner of Fairfax Avenue.
The famous CBS Television City is located on the corner of Beverly and Fairfax, opposite The Grove.

Card Sharks

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This soundstage was also the home of The Carol Burnett Show for its entire 1967–1978 run, and The Red Skelton Show prior to that (1953–1970), as well as the notable game shows Match Game (the 1973–82 Gene Rayburn-hosted version, and the 1998 version), The $25,000/$100,000 Pyramid (the 1980s run), Hollywood Squares (hosted by Tom Bergeron), Wheel of Fortune, the 1986–1989 revival of Card Sharks, and the 1988–1995 run of Family Feud.
Both 1980s versions were taped at Studio 33 at CBS Television City in Hollywood, California.

Gambit (game show)

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The show originally ran on CBS from September 4, 1972, to December 10, 1976, and was recorded at CBS Television City in Studios 31, 33, 41, and 43. On October 27, 1980, NBC revived the show as Las Vegas Gambit, as a replacement for The David Letterman Show, and kept it on its schedule until November 27, 1981.

CBS Records (2006)

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CBS Television City is also home to CBS' visual effects studio, CBS Digital, and the CBS Records music label.
CBS Records is headquartered at CBS Television City in Los Angeles.

Bullseye (1980 U.S. game show)

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In 1981, production of Bullseye moved to Studio 31 of CBS Television City in Los Angeles, California.

The Bold and the Beautiful

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B&B has been shot at Stage 31 at CBS Television City in Los Angeles for its entire run so far.

William Pereira

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Designed by architect William Pereira, it is one of two CBS television studios in southern California — the other is CBS Studio Center, located in the Studio City section of the San Fernando Valley, which houses additional production facilities and the network's Los Angeles local television operations (KCBS and KCAL). The stark modern architecture at Television City consists of black and white planes meeting at razor-sharp corners, with accents of dazzling red, the work of Pereira & Luckman of Los Angeles.
Among the structures he designed throughout Southern California were CBS Television City, Fox Plaza, the Los Angeles County Art Museum, the Howard Johnson Hotel and Water Playground in Anaheim, and the Disneyland Hotel in Anaheim.

Dirty Rotten Cheater

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The PAX version, of which 13 weekly episodes aired, was hosted by Bil Dwyer, produced by Jonathan Goodson, and shot at CBS Television City in Hollywood (except for the original pilot, which was titled Cheaters and produced on the Weakest Links set at NBC Studios in Burbank).