Free TV Tickets For Dr Oz

Dr Oz Summary

  • Show Status: Hiatus
  • Dr Oz is 2 hrs long
  • 6 Taping(s) per week
  • Opened September 14, 2009
  • Show Closes: Open ended
  • Daytime Talk Show
  • TV Broadcast

The Dr. Oz Show is a daytime health and wellness talk show. The show consists of interviews with fitness specialists and discussions about the human body.

Dr Oz Ticket Information

Dr. Mehmet Oz is running for a U.S. Senate seat in Pennsylvania and the TV show taping is on hiatus until the results of that election.

This decision was preempted by the all the local TV affiliates in the NY/NJ/CT/PA/OH areas banning his show from their airwaves amid claims that having a TV show gives Dr. Oz excess promotion opportunities.

Tickets are available for taping of the transmitted show on the following taping days:

  • Tuesdays 8:50 AM and 1:50 PM
  • Wednesdays 8:50 AM and 1:50 PM
  • Fridays at 8:50 AM and 1:50 PM

How to Get Show Tickets in Advance

To get free tickets, you can go on The Dr. Oz Show website, fill out a from and request up to 4 tickets maximum. Group tickets are available but must be submitted on a separate form.

How to Get Standby Tickets

Up-to-date information on getting Standby tickets is in our guide

On-Call Tickets

The 'On Call' list at The Dr. Oz Show leans more towards the local fans of the show. If you can't make stand-by tickets or were too late to request tickets for your desired date, someone from the show calls you up if there are any last minute cancellations or if there are some spare tickets.

This list is not keen on having full-time/part-time employees because it is spur-of-the-moment you must be ready at any given time tickets are available. You can find out more about how to join the On-Call List by going on The Dr. Oz Show website or accessing our guide.

Dr Oz Show Schedule

Tapings for The Dr. Oz Show occur twice a day, 10:00 AM and 3:00 PM and usually last up to two hours long, ending either at 12:00 PM or 5:00 PM.

Be Sure to Keep in Mind:

  • Check-in time is at 8:45AM for the 10:00AM taping or 1:45PM for the 3:00PM taping
  • You wait approximately 30 minutes before being allowed to enter the building
  • Bathroom breaks aren't allowed once in the studio, only before and after
  • All electronic devices must be turned off during tapings, however camera phones are allowed before and after
  • The show provides a bottle of water once entering the waiting area, where you will wait another 45 minutes.

Dr Oz Broadcast Time

Dr. Oz airs at 2:00 PM on Fox5 and 1:00 AM on Channel My9.

Dr Oz Age Requirements

You must be at least 18 years of age to attend a The Dr Oz Show taping

Dr Oz Host Profile

Dr. Oz was born in Cleveland, Ohio to Turkish parents, and is married with four children.

The doctor is the founder of the Complementary Medicine Program at New York Presbyterian Hospital, and he is also the founder of Health Corps. Dr. Oz has served in an advisory capacity to many organizations and has been involved in many medical research pursuits.

Throughout his career, he has garnered awards such as the 2011 Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Talk Show Host and was in the '100 Most Influential People' for the year 2008 in Time magazine.

Planted Monster Trees

Dr. Oz now resides in Cliffside Park, New Jersey with his wife Lisa and his four children have all flown the nest. This leaves him and Lisa with an empty McMansion on the cliff with a large number of monster trees that they planted to block their neighbors view of their pool, but also destroyed the neighbors view of New York City.

Dr Oz Host Accolades

Dr Oz won the 2018 Daytime Emmy for outstanding talk show host

Dr Oz Background

Dr. Oz has been hosting his health and wellness show since 2009
Dr. Oz has been hosting his health and wellness show since 2009

The Dr. Oz Show is an hour-long syndicated health-oriented talk show, hosted by Dr. Mehmet Oz, who rose to popularity through guest appearances on The Oprah Winfrey Show. Dr. Oz is not only a practicing cardiothoracic surgeon, but also a professor at Columbia University.

The Dr. Oz Show begins with Oz appearing from behind the audience, and shaking audience members’ hands as he walks down the steps leading to the stage. After an introductory statement, he zips through numerous segments, some of which are re-done due to mistakes (most often not because of him).

The re-shoots make up half the time of the taping session. In each instance, the audience must clap, laugh and show excitement as if for the first time. Some recurring segments are “The Total 10 Rapid Weight-Loss Plan” and “Oz Nation."

Tapings include guest interviews – including that of celebrities, and some portions of a single segment might be pre-recorded. Physical demonstrations and activities also occur in a segment or two. Comedian Richie Byrne makes the audience laugh in between segments.

There might be a couple instances of awkward silence as the sets change for various segments. Unlike other tapings, Dr. Oz hardly interacts with the audience. In fact, he is in constant discussion with a producer or two in between segments. During tapings where an “assistant” is needed, Dr. Oz hand-picks someone from the audience. This is the only form of spontaneity on the show, as everything else is contrived.

The show is the second spin-off hosted by a regular guest of The Oprah Winfrey Show, with Dr. Phil being the first.

During the first four seasons, tapings were held in Studio 6A at NBC Studios. When NBC reclaimed the studio for its Late Night franchise, the show moved to ABC Television Center East in the Upper West Side of Manhattan.

On the show, Dr. Oz discusses alternative health practices, women’s health, medical revelations, and everything health-related in between. Researchers, medical producers and physicians make up the full-time in-house medical unit of the show.

This unit works with Dr. Oz daily, in development and production of the segments that comprise the show. All the products that appear on the show are also approved by this team.

After some products were found to use his name as an endorsement on websites, Dr. Oz began “Oz Watch” to identify the misleading information and stop them before the general public can begin using said products.

Controversial Claims

The show can be quite controversial, as Dr. Oz tends to push more alternative health methods rather than traditional medicine. In fact, he has received great criticism for this from health experts in various places. With a study backing them, members of the medical community claim that 54% of Dr. Oz’s health recommendations are baseless, with too much reliance on dietary suggestions.

The same study further criticized Oz for rarely addressing conflicts of interest on the show, and urged viewers to be skeptical of any claims made on the show. Oz even drew criticism from the FDA, after telling viewers than an independent toxicology lab found levels of arsenic in apple juice – without differentiating between harmful and harmless arsenic.

In the New York area Dr. Oz airs at 2:00 PM on Fox5 and 1:00 AM on Channel My9.

Dr Oz Notes

Noteworthy Dates for The Dr. Oz Show:

  • September 14, 2009: Premier of the first episode of The Dr. Oz Show
  • September 12, 2011: Third season premiered
  • September 10, 2012: Fourth season premier od the show
  • September 9, 2013: The fifth season of The Dr. Oz Show premiered
  • June 23, 2014: The Dr. Oz Show won two Daytime Emmy Awards

ABC Studio TV-1

320 West 66th Street
New York, NY 10023
Directions: Take the MTA 1 train to 66th Street - Lincoln Center. Walk west on 66th street toward Riverside Blvd. The studio is located between Riverside Blvd and West End Ave.
Studio Information

Cast Members

Dr. Mehmet Oz



Stefanie Schwartz

Lauren Bright Pacheco (past)

Co- Producers:

Harpo Productions

Zo Co Productions

Oz Works

Casting Producer:

Steve Zuckerman

Production Credits

Production Coordinator
Monique Harris
Sony Pictures Television

Creative Team

Scot Titelbaum
Associate Director
Debra Mackrell
Talent Booker
James Avenell
Warm-Up Comic
Richie Byrne
Lighting Director
Michael Gottlieb