Sherri Shepherd Talk Show Tickets
Sherri Shepherd has always had an offbeat sense of humor, but her stand-up comedy career has taken off in the last decade. She’s gained notoriety through performing improv in theater and on television shows such as Cleghorne! and The Jamie Fox Show.
Sherri, her new daytime talk show, will air this fall on Fox Television Stations and be produced and distributed by Lionsgate’s Debmar-Mercury division. It replaces Wendy Williams Show which has been off-air since she took a leave of absence to address health concerns.
The talk show will be recorded live in front of a studio audience at Chelsea Studios and features pop culture, comedy, conversations and plenty of daytime talk staples like celebrity or human interest interviews. It will be broadcast on stations reaching over 97% of households in America.
On Monday, September 12th, tickets for the show go on sale through the venue website. Prices vary based on when you purchase them and what date of the event it is.
If you wish to attend a taping of the show, please arrive at least an hour prior to its scheduled start time. Additionally, make sure you bring along a valid photo ID and proof of COVID-19 vaccination.
When requesting tickets, be sure to include your name, date of birth and address. It would also be beneficial to include a phone number where you can be reached if necessary.
You can request up to 10 tickets per person, but do not submit more than one ticket request form under the same name. Otherwise, your requests may be denied.
Once your request has been approved, you will receive a call within two weeks to confirm that you have been granted tickets for the event. Once those tickets are printed out and brought with you on the day of the event, they will serve as confirmation that you received them.
Shepherd will host the daytime talker show, which has a reputation for making controversial statements. She’s been known to say some not-so-subtle things over the years, such as calling R&B singer Shirley Caesar “the black Patti LaBelle.”
Shepherd, in addition to hosting duties, is also a writer and actress. She’s had roles on shows like 30 Rock and Precious; additionally, she’s made appearances in movies such as Call Your Mother, Back Home Again and The Sex Lives of College Girls.
Despite her hectic schedule, she doesn’t forget about her family in Farmington, New Mexico – husband and two sons included! She plans on returning there later this year for a concert at Lensic Performing Arts Center.
She also plans on recording a new album, which she hopes to finish by the end of 2019.
She’s thrilled that her daytime talk show, which will replace The Wendy Williams Show this fall, is finally happening – and has been hard at networking in the months leading up to its premiere.