From Check-in to Taping, here's how a typical day looks for audience at The Late Late Show:
Arrival - We suggest arriving 30-45 minutes prior to the check-in deadline time stated on the ticket. Once check-in begins, your tickets will be scanned, wristbands will be distributed, and you will pass through a security check.
CBS Security - Everyone will be required to pass through a metal detector upon entering the CBS Television City lot. Please let us know beforehand if you have a medical condition that will prevent you from doing so.
Food - You may bring snacks and beverages to consume outside while you wait in line and during the check-in process. You must finish and throw away all trash before entering the building. No food or beverages are permitted inside the studio. We highly recommend eating before you arrive.
Photos - There are plenty of photo opportunities outside the studio, during check-in. The use of electronic devices (cell phones, cameras, recording devices, etc.) is strictly prohibited while inside the studio.
Seating - Once check-in is complete, the 1iota team will lead the audience into the studio and begin the seating process. Everyone is seated first-come first-serve, based on production's needs. After the studio is entirely seated, our warm-up comedian comes out to entertain the crowd.
Tapings usually last between 90-120 minutes. Once entering the studio, guests are asked to stay for the duration of the taping.
If you have tickets reserved, you can view the most up-to-date timeline under the "Additional Instructions" section of your E-ticket.
Please see our FAQ section at 1iota.com (under The Late Late Show) for more information.