Free TV Tickets For Anderson Cooper

Anderson Cooper Summary

  • Opened September 12, 2011
  • Show Closed: May 20, 2013
  • Daytime TV Show
  • Cable

Award-winning television journalist Anderson Cooper takes on daytime TV with his show Anderson Live. The one-hour TV show covers a number of topics, including entertainment, social issues, current events and trends, women's issues, human interest stories, and pop culture. Along with a rotating line-up of guest co-hosts, Anderson Cooper interviews real-life people who share their personal stories and insights, while also featuring celebrity guests. Anderson also includes hidden camera experiments and undercover investigations that shed new light and understanding on a variety of issues. Anderson Live tapes in the Time Warner Center at the beautiful Allen Room, which has a stunning view of New York City landmarks Columbus Circle and Central Park.

Anderson Cooper Cancellation Details

CNN journalist Anderson Cooper took on this daytime TV talk show to explore his lighter side, but apparently audiences prefer Cooper as a serious news man -- the talk show only lasted two seasons before being canceled.

Anderson Cooper Broadcast Time

Anderson Live is syndicated and airs weekdays. Check local listings for exact time and channel.

Anderson Cooper Background

Anderson Cooper's loyal following of new junkies will enjoy seeing his lighter side, and fans of daytime talk shows and human interest stories will likely find topics on Anderson Live intriguing.

CBS Studio 528 B

528 West 57th Street
New York, NY 10019
Directions: Take the MTA subway 1, A, C or D trains to 59th Street - Columbus Circle. Walk down 8th Ave to 57th Street. Walk West on 57th street towards 11th Ave. The studio is located between 10th and 11th Avenue.
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Anderson Cooper Ticket Information

Unfortunately Anderson has been cancelled, so tickets are no longer available.

Anderson Cooper Show Schedule

Anderson Live tapes on varying weekdays. This TV show tapes at the CBS Broadcast Center in Midtown, New York.

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Anderson Cooper

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