Free TV Tickets For The Greg Gutfeld Show
The Greg Gutfeld Show Summary
- Show Status: Active
- The Greg Gutfeld Show is 1 hr long
- 1 Taping(s) per week
- Opened May 31, 2015
- Show Closes: Open ended
- Political Satire
- TV Broadcast
The Greg Gutfeld Show, is a cable news TV show, with a satirical comedic tilt. Hosted by Fox News personality Greg Gutfeld, who mocks the political left.
The Greg Gutfeld Show Ticket Information
You can get FREE tickets to The Greg Gutfeld Show. This audience for this show is small and is meant to be somewhat intimate.
The Greg Gutfeld Show Show Schedule
The Greg Gutfeld Show tapes Mon-Fri in New York City at the The Fox Studios on 6th Avenue
- Audience members need to be at the studio at 4:45pm for the Monday-Thursday shows and at 12:45pm for the Friday show.
- Early arrival before the show is for check-in and security.
- The audience is finally seated at 5:30pm for the Monday-Thursday shows and at 1:30pm on Friday.
- The show taping finally begins at 6:30pm for the Monday-Thursday shows and 2:30pm on Friday.
- Taping ends at 7:30PM and audiences usually get out at 7:45 PM.
- The Friday show ends at 3:30pm and audience gets out at 3:45pm
The hard cut-off time for the last of the audience stragglers is 5:30PM on Mon-Thurs and at 1:45PM on Friday, but the seats for them are not good (if they get in at all)
Please keep in mind that the studio reaches a maximum capacity quickly so it is advisable to be at the studio as early as possible to guarantee a seat in the audience.
The Greg Gutfeld Show Broadcast Time
The Greg Gutfeld Show is broadcast on weeknights on FOX News at 11:00 P.M. EST
The Greg Gutfeld Show Age Requirements
The Greg Gutfeld Show Host Profile
Greg Gutfeld was born on September 12 1964. Aside from his obligation on The Greg Gutfeld Show, the TV personality also serves as one of the five co-hosts on the Fox News political talk show The Five.
Born in San Mateo, California, Gutfeld attended the University of California, Berkeley graduating with a B.A. in English. Ironically the Fox News personality has credited his experience at UC Berkeley with steering him toward his conservative views.
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The Original Format and Time Slot
Now known as just Gutfeld The show was formerly known as The Greg Gutfeld Show and aired on Saturday nights only at 10:00 P.M. The final Saturday episode of the show aired on March 13, 2021. The new show name is Gutfeld and is taped and broadcast 5 nights a week. Audience tickets are available.
Original Format Had No Live Audience
Upon the show’s inception in 2015, the program went without a live studio audience completely. The show would eventually transition to including a studio audience but attendance is limited.
Audience members that were given tickets were are asked to arrive at 6:00 PM. The taping for those original shows ran from 7:30-8:30 PM.
Unlike most shows, the show does well in accommodating its audience members, as they provide food and beverages for those in attendance. No outside food and beverages are allowed. No bags either.
TV Studio Rules
Cell phones are to be powered off upon entering the studio, and no photographic equipment (with the exception of cell phones) are allowed, and must be left with security.
The show airs week nights at 11PM on Fox News Cable channel
In addition to being a Fox News personality, Gutfeld is an author, editor and blogger. A self-proclaimed libertarian, the host uses the platform of The Greg Gutfeld Show, to share his thoughts on current events in politics.
As the show appears on the Fox News Channel, there is an evident slant of conservatism and mocking of the left. The show has not shied from involving humor in its presentation as the program has included segments such as: “Katherine Timpf, Op-Ed”, in which Katherine Timpf (who has since moved to the regular panel) provided “fact-checking” throughout the show.
Timpf also took on the persona of an indignant ultra-left-wing feminist who would disparage the panelists in a manner that would simultaneously poke fun at the persona she is caricaturing.
The show also includes the segment, known as the “Liberal Panel”. The segment includes a robotic character, that is literally a panel on a wall, whom Gutfeld occasionally asks for opinions on the show’s topics. The robot then responds with ultra-left-leaning comedic responses, meant to ridicule the left.
The show incorporates these segments in an effort to bring levity to its news format and provide satirical news in the same fashion as Comedy Central’s Daily Show. Given the show’s time slot on Fox News, it is given more creative freedom to deviate from the conventional “news-only” programs that already proliferate the Fox News Channel.
FOX Studios - Studio B
Between 47th and 48th Streets
New York, NY 10036
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