Be in the Audience: Tickets to the Talk

Frequently Asked Questions for Los Angeles tapings Only

What if I need more than 4 tickets?

You may request up to 10 tickets but please use as many as you request. If you need group accommodations or group info, please email , but note that all productions book in excess of studio capacity.

Can I take photos?

Studio policy does not permit the taking of any photographs. Cameras will not be permitted into the studio and cell phones with cameras must be completely turned off prior to entering the studio.

How long is the taping?

Our taping is a live show and usually lasts about an hour. Please be aware that this time does not include the security check-in process or travel to studio. Please allow ample time to arrive and remain at the taping.

How much are the tickets?

Studio tickets are free, but any travel accommodations are not the responsibility of CBS or “The Talk”

Where should I stay?

There are many hotels in the Los Angeles and surrounding areas. We are located in Studio City and suggest going online and choosing accommodations that best suit you.

What if my show has been rescheduled?

Show times and dates are subject to change at any time. The Talk does not reimburse for travel/hotel expenses due to show cancellations. Tickets have no cash value, are non-transferable and may not be auctioned or sold.

I am trying to submit for tickets and it's not accepting my request with an out of country address?

Please email with your request and include the number of tickets you are requesting, your name and the name(s) of your guests. If there are tickets available, an Audience Dept. Rep will be in contact with you to reserve your seats.

Where is the studio?

We are located at 4024 Radford Avenue, Studio City, CA. 91604. View Map

Where do I park?

A detailed list of instructions will be contained in the PDF document attached in your e-mailed ticket.

Can I ask for an autograph?

We ask that you respect the performers' privacy and kindly refrain from requesting autographs at any time.

What time does the show air?

"The Talk" is taped live before a studio audience, and airs from 2pm-3pm Eastern Time, and 1pm-2pm Pacific Time. Please check your local listings for viewing options.

When does the show tape?

Typically, "The Talk" tapes on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, with one show daily except Thursday when 2 shows are taped. All shows begin at 11am, except on Thursday when taping times are 11am and 1pm. Please check the calendar for an updated schedule.

How old do I have to be to attend?

You must be 16 years of age and older.

How many times may I attend a taping?

You may attend one taping per week as a main ticket holder OR as a guest. When booking tickets, please make sure you and your guests are not double booked within the same week. Double bookings also include guests that switch between tickets within a calendar week. All reservations involved will have their tickets canceled without notification if the ticketholder and guest(s) names appear more than once within the same calendar week (Monday-Thursday). As a result, please make sure you and your party communicate before applying for tickets to a taping.

To attend more than one taping during a calendar week, you may apply through our stand-by policy. To do so, call the day prior to the taping you would like to attend between the hours of 3:00-3:30 pm PT (no earlier), and for a Monday taping please call the Friday before. You must always speak with a live Audience representative in order to request these tickets, therefore any voicemails left on our line will NOT be valid. Please note, multiple phone calls from the same party and the same names will be considered a double booking and will be disqualified. For security purposes, the person calling must also be the ticketholder and guests cannot call on behalf of anyone else.

What if I am a person with a disability?

If you or anyone in your party requires an accommodation to attend the Show because of a disability, please let the representative know if you require an accommodation for a disability when they call to book your tickets. We provide accessible seating (including companion seating) and other accommodations at all tapings to guests with disabilities. The availability of accessible seating cannot be assured if the number of audience members requiring the accessible seating on any given taping day exceeds the allotted number of seats. Should you have any questions regarding accommodation for a disability, please call us at (818) 655-8255.