Free TV Tickets For Wendy Williams

Wendy Williams Summary

  • Show Status: Active
  • Wendy Williams is 3 hrs long
  • 5 Taping(s) per week
  • Opened July 14, 2008
  • Show Closes: June 15, 2022
  • Daytime Talk Show/Tabloid/ Interview
  • TV Broadcast

The Wendy Williams Show is a self-styled TV show that consists of tabloid-talk, celebrity interviews, cooking segments and occasional musical performances.

Wendy Williams Ticket Information

Free tickets to The Wendy Williams Show can be requested by filling out a short form on the website.
Be sure to keep in mind that you can request up to 10 or more tickets, so there is no other separate form to fill out for Group tickets as other shows tend to have.

Wendy Williams Show Schedule

The Wendy Williams Show tapes Monday to Wednesdays at 10:00AM and Thursdays at 10:00AM and another show at 1:45PM.

To guarantee seating for both tapings you must be at the studio two hours before it begins. (If attending the 10:00AM show be there at 8:00AM and if attending the 1:45PM show be there at 11:30AM)

Wendy Williams Broadcast Time

In the New York City area, The Wendy Williams Show broadcasts at 10:00AM and 4:00PM.

The Wendy Williams Show is broadcast on many channels in the US. In the New York City area, the show is broadcasted on the My9 and FOX5 channels. The show is syndicated across the United States.

Wendy Williams Age Requirements

You must be 18 years of age to attend a taping of The Wendy Williams Show.

Wendy Williams Host Profile

Wendy Joan Williams is most known for her outspoken attitude. She has had plenty of successes with landing herself in her own radio talk show, creating her own production company and more recently with her popular TV talk show.

In 2009, Williams was inducted in the National Radio Hall of Fame. Although the entrepreneur has been in many bruising celebrity arguments, she has not let that get in the way of her stellar career.

Wendy Williams Background

This friendly TV show is not just a pleasant experience to attend, but you also have a good chance of being on the TV screen.

Audience members can take part in segments from Hot Topics to Ask Wendy, where Ms. Williams provides advice on relationships and Wendy solicits questions from the audience and they often appear on camera. Wendy encourages natural reactions from audience members and their inclusion in the show production, especially as she encourages everyone in the audience to be her co-hosts.

Fresh Face on New York TV Yakker Landscape

This is a great departure from other New York TV show productions that are often contrived. Other TV shows are often decidedly fake and the in-studio experience can be sub-par. Wendy keeps her show real and she is a credit to the profession.

The Wendy Williams Show is taped live and during the commercial breaks a DJ plays trivia games with the audience members while blasting some of today’s top 40 hits. The commercial break is also an opportunity for audience members to interact with Wendy and win prizes and learn fun facts about her.

Wendy Treats Her TV Audience Well

Prior to the show taping there is a little waiting but lots of coffee to keep the show audience happy. Rather than jetting off after the show , Wendy stays around to interact with her fans and will autograph her books. Going to this show is a fun and lively experience.

Wendy Williams discussing hot topics with her audience

During the taping of her show, Ms. Williams is often outspoken but she always tries to keep the dialog funny. She is clearly not afraid to say what is on her mind whether it is during an over-the-phone interview or to a guest sitting right beside her. In the past she has been in heated arguments/feuds with both Whitney Houston and Omarosa Manigault (The Apprentice).

Ms. Williams has the reputation of not backing down, which, while hilarious, has put her in the firing line. These moments are particularly unsettling if she is later found to be wrong on a certain subject matter and lambasted her guest. She has the sense that she can steer the TV show in her own direction and her guests wise up fast, if they try to take over the show.

Omarosa Manigault Episode 2008

One famous taping of the show was with Omarosa Manigault who was attempting to plug her book without really allowing herself to be interviewed. It also helped that this famous interview was in Sweeps Week, which further underlined Wendy Williams in her TV role.

Beauty and Health

Ms. Williams is more than just a pretty face, however, she is also about pretty hair. She spends a lot of time discussing beauty and hair, health and fashion tips as well as plugging her own self-named wig collection for women. She is a tremendous advocate for women who suffer from balding or thinning hair and she has done a great deal of work for this in the communities that can often ostracize these women.

Williams Rise to TV Stardom

Williams was previously known for her radio show on HOT97. She also had a VH1 TV Show entitled The Wendy Williams Experience. This 2006 TV show chronicled her radio show on HOT97 and can be viewed as a documentary of her time on the radio. Since leaving the radio show, Ms. Williams has tried to shed the HOT97 urban audience as she moved into more mainstream daytime television with her show The Wendy Williams Show.

TV Show Uses a Three-Part Format

The format of the Wendy William show is broken into three parts, the first where Wendy discusses current hot topics that are mostly celebrity gossip. The other segments are advice questions from the audience and then the show concludes with a celebrity interview, that has featured A-List celebrities including Jennifer Lopez.

Ms. Williams advice on the TV show is always frank, funny but sometimes harsh. She is also famous for her greeting 'How you doin?" which she has applied for the trademark. Ms. Williams has also appeared in hit television shows like 30 Rock and Law and Order: SVU. She also gave a great performance on Broadway in Chicago as Mama Morton, which received good reviews.

Wendy Williams Experiences Personal Problems and Health Issues

Ms. Williams She suffers from the autoimmune disorder Graves’ disease and was also struck down with a breakthrough case of COVID-19 in 2020. In 2019 Williams was living in a sober house after seeking treatment for alcohol and drug use. Williams also divorced her husband, Kevin Hunter in the same year.

Ms. Williams collapsed on live television during a Halloween episode in 2017 and this event was an indication of problems that would came later for her with this condition. Having not appeared on her own show since July 2012, Williams was supposed to return to the show in October 2021, but then cited her ongoing issues with Graves’ disease as the barrier to that return.

The Wendy Williams Show is owned by Fox and rights to reruns are owned by BET. The show ranked number one in all syndicated talk shows across the US.

Wendy Williams Notes

Infamous 2008 On Screen Argument between Omarosa & Wendy:

Omarosa Manigault appeared on the Wendy Williams Show in July 2008, to promote her new book. The interview immediately went off course and escalated into a verbal cat fight that damaged both the stars reputations.

As soon as Manigault sat down, the string of insults started rolling out. Williams and Manigault went back and forth for the 10-minute interview in the most passive-aggressive manner until Williams nearly threw her off the set and ended the interview with curt "...thank you for coming on "MY" show." Omarosa later apologized, but the damage was already done - to both of them.

Noteworthy Dates for this TV Show :

  • July 14, 2008: Show Premieres
  • July 22, 2008: Omarosa and Wendy Williams argument
  • September 15, 2014: Premiere of the 6th season
  • January 30, 2015: 1000th Episode
  • July 10 2021, Last show Wendy actually appeared on - when season 12 wrapped
  • February 20, 2022, After various fill-in hosts, the show was finally cancelled

Chelsea Television Studios B (AMV)

221 West 26th Street
New York, NY 10001
Directions: Take the MTA 1 train to the 28th Street Station and walk down 7th Ave to W 26th St. Walk west on 26th Street towards 8th Ave. The studio is located between 7th and 8th Avenue.
Studio Information

Cast Members

Host
Wendy Joan Williams

Producers

Executive Producer:

Rob Dauber

Kevin Hunter

Supervising Producer:

Karen Kinney

Segment Producer:

Mitch Goldman

Production Credits

Production Design
Brian J. Stonestreet
Production
WW Productions and Wendy Williams Productions
Distributed by
Debmar-Mercury and 20th Television.

Creative Team

Director
Debbie Miller
Film Editor
Mitch Jacobson
Art Director
Gloria Lamb