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Event Description :
We are looking for 200 people to be a part of the studio audience!
Jerry Seinfeld, NBC, the Executive Producer of The Oprah Winfrey Show and the producers of "Super Nanny" now bring you…"The Marriage Ref"
A comic, reality series where celebrities and a relationship referee help squabbling couples make peace. Created by Seinfeld himself, this is relationship advice... with a comic twist.
Jerry Seinfeld is back and in the producer's chair for a funny and revealing series about the unpredictable and hilarious institution we call marriage. In his celebrated NBC sitcom Seinfeld, Jerry and friends became household names by highlighting humorous and relatable situations surrounding single life in New York City. In Jerry's new primetime venture, married life takes center stage as celebrities, comedians and sports stars candidly comment, judge and decide who's right and who's wrong in real-life disputes between real-life spouses.
Revealing. Controversial. Downright funny. The Marriage Ref vows to look at relationships unlike anything you've ever seen on TV.
As EP Jerry Seinfeld adds, "This is not a therapy show, it's a comedy show. After nine years of marriage, I have discovered that the comedic potential of this subject is quite rich."
- CBS Studios
524 West 57th (Studio 42)
New York, NY 10019
(Between 10th & 11th Avenue)
- Studio Audience: Everyone must be at least 18 years old and have a valid state/government issued ID or passport (with a visible date-of-birth) to attend a taping.
- Studio Audience: Please dress as if you are going out to a nice dinner or a club. Please do NOT wear a solid white shirt, shorts, baseball hats, elaborate patterns or large logos, as they are not camera-friendly.
- Early arrival (45 minutes) is recommended. Please allow extra time for traffic and security!
- Studio Audience: No digital or video cameras, pagers, books or food will be allowed in the studio. Cell Phones are OK but must be turned off during the show.