Pilots And Specials
"Pilots" are the first episodes of new shows that are being proposed for the new Fall TV season or as mid-season replacements. Attend the filming of a pilot and you may be among the first to see one of TV's hottest new shows. At various times during the year we may also offer complimentary tickets for screenings, award shows, celebrity red carpet events and music, comedy, sports or variety specials.

Currently scheduled pilots and special events are posted below. Click on any title for more information or select TICKETS under the show description to go to the Order Form. That link will be active when we are ticketing the show. The minimum age for admission to all shows posted here is 18 unless specified otherwise in the show description. All show information is subject to change and additional or updated details about the show and cast will be posted when available. If there are two dates posted for the same show, the first will be a rehearsal/run-thru. These run-thrus are usually very short shows and should be out in 45 minutes-1 hour.

Updated  on March 26
Joe Time (aka Happy Life)
Thursday, March 26 at 5:00pm and Tuesday, March 31 at 5:30pm
Warner Bros. Studios, Burbank, CA
Joe (Steven Weber, "Chasing Life," "Wings") is a family man who struggles with the fact that everyone around him is pursuing their dreams and enjoying their lives more than he is. He's starting to wonder if he'll ever be able to follow his own desires, whatever they may be. The cast also includes Minnie Driver ("About A Boy," "Web Therapy"), Duane Martin ("Rita Rocks," "All Of Us"), Eric Petersen ("Kirstie") and Rita Moreno.
Untitled Monica Potter Pilot
Friday, March 27 at 6:00pm
Warner Bros. Studios, Burbank, CA
A woman juggles her busy family life as well as her three ex-husbands, which proves to be difficult when she starts dating again. A new NBC comedy from executive producer Ellen DeGeneres and the producers of "The New Adventures of Old Christine" and "I Hate My Teenage Daughter" starring Monica Potter ("Parenthood"), Allie MacDonald ("Trigger Point"), Donald Faison ("The Exes"), Eddie Cibrian ("CSI: Miami"), Josh Hopkins ("Cougar Town"), Rory Scovel ("Ground Floor") and Christine Prosperi ("Open Heart").
Untitled Dana Klein Pilot
Sunday, March 29 at 5:00pm
FOX Studios, Los Angeles, CA
Creator/producer Dana Klein ("Friends With Better Lives") presents a new comedy for FOX about a working mom who is in constant competition with her perfect, stay-at-home sister-in-law. The cast includes Jenna Elfman ("1600 Penn," "Accidentally On Purpose"), Matt Letscher ("The Exes," "Boardwalk Empire"), Liza Lapira ("Super Fun Night"), Peter Riegert ("Dads") and Nancy Lenehan ("Worst Week").
Untitled Tommy Johnagin Pilot
Thursday, April 2 at 5:00pm
Warner Bros. Studios, Burbank, CA
A new CBS comedy about a standup comic raising a family in a small Midwestern town. Starring comedian Tommy Johnagin, JoAnna Garcia Swisher ("Once Upon A Time," "Reba"), Talia Tabin ("Continuity") , Kevin Nealon ("Weeds," "SNL") and Jane Kaczmarek ("Us & Them," "Malcolm In The Middle").
The Half Of It
Thursday, April 9 at 5:00pm and Tuesday, April 14 at 5:30pm
CBS Studio Center, Studio City, CA
A new comedy for CBS centering on Mike (Jon Dore), a newly divorced dad who revels in the fact that he now gets to keep half his stuff, which is more than he ever had when he was married. Mike is dealing with mixed feelings: half of him is the excited, upbeat single guy and the other half is the single dad who is in over his head with single parenting. The cast also includes Christine Ko ("BFFs").
Delores & Jermaine
Thursday, April 9 at 12:30pm and 4:00pm
CBS Studio Center, Studio City, CA
A new comedy starring actor/comedian Jermaine Fowler ("Friends of the People") as a millennial with big ideas, but very little drive, who moves in with his estranged grandmother (Whoopi Goldberg), a strict, football-loving, former DC cop who needs his youthful enthusiasm in her life as much as he needs her old-school parenting. Also starring Jennia Fredrique ("Noah"s Arc") and Roy Wood, Jr. ("Sullivan & Son"). We cannot admit the same guests at both show times, so please choose one.
The 46 Percenters
Thursday, April 9 at 6:30pm
Warner Bros. Studios, Burbank, CA
An anti-romantic romantic comedy about the 46 percent of the population who choose to stay married, told through the POV of three couples. A new comedy for ABC from the producers of "The New Adventures of Old Christine" and "I Hate My Teenage Daughter". The cast includes Angela Kinsey ("The Office"), Jason Antoon ("Downwardly Mobile"), Ian Gomez ("Cougar Town"), Malcolm Barrett ("The Hurt Locker"), and Nazneen Contractor ("Covert Affairs").
Not Safe For Work
Friday, April 10 at 5:00pm
Universal Studios, Universal City, CA
A politically incorrect office comedy centered on best friends Dale (Michael Cassidy, "Men At Work," "Privileged") and Georgie (Christine Woods, "About A Boy," "The Walking Dead") whose relationship is upended when he starts dating the "perfect" woman. The cast also includes Vanessa Lachey ("Dads," "Psych" and Rizwan Manji ("The Goldbergs," "Backstrom")
Dr. Ken
Wednesday, April 15 at 6:00pm
Sony Pictures Studios, Culver City, CA
A lovably crazy Ken Jeong tries to balance being a doctor, a husband and a dad. And hes not great at any of them. Based on Ken Jeong's life story. This new ABC comedy stars Ken Jeong ("Community"), Suzy Nakamura ("Go On"), Dave Foley ("Spun Out"), Tisha Campbell-Martin ("Martin"), Jonathan Slavin ("Better Off Ted"), Krista Marie Yu ("The Thundermans") and Albert Tsai ("Fresh Off The Boat").
Take It From Us
Thursday, April 16 at 6:00pm
CBS Studio Center, Studio City, CA
A couple share life lessons with their son that they learned while they were 20-something-year-olds navigating New York City during the 1990s. They hope their college-bound son can avoid mistakes they and their friends encountered along the way. Aly, a lawyer, and Luke, a newspaper man, started as just friends but a series of these life lessons created a spark. It's a love story told in flashbacks in the 1990s. The cast includes Stacey Farber ("Saving Hope") and Andrew Ridings ("Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt").