In 2011, 23 TV shows were shot in New York while only nine shows were a decade before. Below is a partial list of programs that have taped episodes or broadcast live at Television City Studios. When it became standard for sitcoms to tape in front of a studio audience in the 1970s, many shows were recorded on soundstages at Television City, such as All in the Family, Maude, and Good Times. Carol Burnett just won an honorary Golden Globe with a new category created in her name, and this show is the biggest part of what earned her that prize. On April 9, 1998, on the 5,000th episode of The Price Is Right (actually number 5,133), CBS named Studio 33 as the Bob Barker Studio in honor of the show's longtime host and executive producer. While not the phenomenon it once was, leading to its brief cancellation before an inevitable resurrection on ABC, it set a standard for storytelling in modern competition shows. That's because it's where his mother met his father, comedian Stan Freberg, in the late 1950s. Let's unlock the door to that legacy and look at some of the most memorable shows and moments that CBS Television City has given us (along with a real-life love story that happened right there on the studio lot). This... is filmed at CBS Television City. "Television City" is a registered trademark of CBS for its TV production facilities. She had a massively successful sketch comedy show with a woman lead, running 11 seasons. Before the stadium, it was an oil field. Many films have also been produced in-part at Television City, such as the 1996 feature That Thing You Do! It set the groundwork for upper-middle-class black sitcoms that followed, from The Cosby Show [collar pull] to Black-ish. It is one of two CBS television studios in southern California — the other is CBS Studio Center, located in the Studio City section of the San Fernando Valley, which houses additional production facilities and the network's Los Angeles local television operations (KCBS and KCAL). See TV Listings and the latest times for all of the primetime CBS Shows lineups. During the opening credits of many of the shows taped here, a voice-over announced the phrase "from Television City in Hollywood". It was built on the site of a former football field and race track, Gilmore Stadium. The company's West Coast radio production center is located more than a mile away to the south, in the Miracle Mile neighborhood. As they needed additional space beyond its Columbia Square complex on Sunset Boulevard, CBS purchased the property at Fairfax Avenue and Beverly Boulevard that year. He demanded to see her.  CBS Corp. sold Television City to Los Angeles real estate investment company Hackman Capital Partners for $750 million in a deal finalized in mid-December 2018.