Where is Jeopardy Filmed?

March 10, 2023

where is jeopardy filmed

For many fans of the popular game show, it’s a dream to land a seat in the audience at the “Jeopardy!” taping. Luckily, the show films at the same place every time: Sony Pictures Studios in Culver City, California.

During commercial breaks, there are different things going on behind the scenes. One of them involves filming so-called “pickups,” or rerecordings for moments where the host coughed or mispronounced something during the game.

Stage 10 at Sony Pictures Studios

Game show Jeopardy is filmed at Stage 10 at Sony Pictures Studios in Culver City, California. The set was renamed the Alex Trebek Stage in 2021 after the late host of the show passed away.

The studio is a lot more impressive in person than it looks on television. The audience seating area is huge, and it has a giant electronic board where the clues are displayed.

There is also a white border light that circles the entire board. This is to alert the contestants that they can now push their buzzers in order to answer a question.

The host of Jeopardy, Alex Trebek, has been in the spotlight for years, winning 33 Daytime Emmy Awards and garnering a legion of fans. You can learn more about the late host at a backstage museum, and you can take photos in front of an authentic Jeopardy game show podium.

Stage 1 at Hollywood Center Studios

If you’re a fan of Jeopardy, you may want to make a trip out to Culver City. The game show is filmed on Stage 1 at Hollywood Center Studios.

This studio was founded in the 1930s and has a long history of production, including b-movies, independent films and television shows. It is a full service studio for TV, film and commercial productions.

It has six 18,000 square foot audience rated state-of-the-art sound stages and full service amenities. It is widely considered Los Angeles’ premier independent movie studio.

Stage 7 at Metromedia Studios

The popular game show Jeopardy is filmed at Stage 7 at Metromedia Studios in Hollywood, California. This is an old radio and television studio that was used for sitcoms like Saved By The Bell and South Central.

It was sold by Metromedia in 2000 and is now owned by the Los Angeles Unified School District. It will eventually be turned into a high school.

The studio has a lot of character and is located on the site of a former fire station. This makes it an ideal location for filming episodes of the show.

Stage 3 at NBC Studios

The long-running television quiz show "Jeopardy!" has been around since 1964, and it's still going strong. The latest version of the game show, which is currently on its 39th season, has aired more than 8,000 episodes.

The show has won 43 Emmy Awards and is the most-watched game show in history. It's also one of the most popular shows in America, averaging 9.68 million viewers per episode during its first few months of 2021.

You can get an exclusive look at the set of this incredibly popular show by visiting Stage 3 at NBC Studios in New York City. You'll get to see the Jeopardy game board, host and audience podiums and more!

Stage 2 at KTTV

Stage 2 at KTTV was once located on Sunset Boulevard in Hollywood (and later known as Metromedia Square) and was used for filming several popular television series that were broadcast by the station, including The Jeffersons, Fernwood 2 Night, Diff'rent Strokes and One Day at a Time. In 1986, KTTV was sold to the News Corporation and became part of Fox Television Stations. During this period, KTTV began to carry more first-run syndicated talk, court and reality shows. It also started airing cartoons during the afternoons.

In recent years, KTTV has been ridding itself of many former staff members who don't believe in the current direction of the news department. A KTTV news employee who declined to be named told us that two news employees have been removed from the station in the past year, although Tuininga assured them that there would be no more dismissals.

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