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Saturday Night Live Free TV Show Tickets in New York City
The Saturday Night Live TV Show is Shot in New York City and Tickets To The
Show Are Available To The Public

Saturday Night Live TV Show Standby LineSpare tickets to/ Saturday Night
Live/ (SNL) at the NBC studio in NYC are a rare quantity. Even then,
holders of said SNL tickets may not even get in, as the ticket clearly
states that the SNL ticket is not a guarantee of admittance, and boy is
this show popular.
There have been unfortunate stories of people who have traveled a long
distance only to be told at the last minute that their SNL tickets would
not be honored because the celebrity host brought too many people in their
entourage or that the skit that they are doing that night requires some
extra space, so less seats for the audience.

TV Show Taping Schedule:
SNL has two performances every Saturday night from September through May.
The SNL dress rehearsal begins at 8:00pm with an arrival time at the studio
of 6:30pm. The SNL live show begins at 11:30pm with an arrival time at the
studio at 10:00pm. Each show has a different studio audience. The rehearsal
is recorded to tape and is used for backup in case the live show cannot
air. Many skits in the rehearsal do not make it into the live SNL show.
Many fans prefer to see the dress rehearsal because its more relaxed and
enjoyable and some of the best skits have been cut-out in the live


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Saturday Night Live - Wikipedia


** /Saturday Night Live/ **

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For the current season, see Saturday Night Live (season 42).
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Saturday Night Live
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Also known as · /NBC's Saturday Night/ (1975–1977)
· /Saturday Night Live '80/ (1980)
· /Saturday Night Live '40/ (2015)

Genre Variety show
Created by Lorne Michaels
Written by See List of /Saturday Night Live/ writers
Directed by · Don Roy King (2006–present)

Other directors:

· · Dave Wilson (1975–1986, 1989–1995)
· Paul Miller (1986–1989)
· Beth McCarthy-Miller (1995–2006)

Starring See List of /Saturday Night Live/ cast members
Narrated by · Darrell Hammond (2014–present)

Other narrators:

· · Don Pardo (1975–1981, 1982–2014)
· Bill Hanrahan (1981)
· Mel Brandt (1981–1982)

Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 42
No. of episodes 812 (List of episodes)
Executive producer(s) · Lorne Michaels (1975–80, 1985–present)

Other producers:

· · Jean Doumanian (1980–81)
· Dick Ebersol (1981–85)

Location(s) NBC Studios
New York, New York
Running time 93 minutes (with commercials)
Production company(s) · Broadway Video (1981-present)

Other studios:

· · NBC (1975–1982)
· NBC Productions (1982–96)
· NBC Studios (1996–99)
· SNL Studios (1999–present)

Original network NBC
Picture format 480i (4:3 SDTV) (1975–2005)
1080i (16:9 HDTV) (2005–present)
Original release October 11, 1975 â€“ present
Related shows /TV Funhouse/
/Saturday Night Live Weekend Update Thursday/
External links
Official website

/*Saturday Night Live*/ (abbreviated as /*SNL*/) is an American late-night
live television sketch comedy and variety show created by Lorne Michaels
and developed by Dick Ebersol. The show premiered on NBC on October 11,
1975, under the original title /*NBC's Saturday Night*/. The show's comedy
sketches, which parody contemporary culture and politics, are performed


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