Neighbors invited to ‘Let’s Make a Deal’ at Raleigh

| June 4, 2015 | 3 Comments
Show #4157 --Lorna Tate (left) of Beverly Hills, Christopher Crocker (center) of Park Hills, MO and Kenneth Ganzel of Granada Hills, CA all react as host Wayne Brady explain their deal, when Publishers Clearing House visits LET'S MAKE A DEAL for a special week of giveaways airing May 10 (check local listings) on the CBS Television Network. Photo: Cliff Lipson/CBS ©2013 CBS Broadcasting, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

Residents are encouraged to get free tickets for tapings to be held at Raleigh Studios this summer.

“Let’s Make a Deal” will make its neighborhood debut when taping rolls at Raleigh Studios, 5300 Melrose Ave., on Wed., June 17.

Residents and tourists alike are welcome to be guests on the CBS Emmy-award winning game show for a chance to win prizes and cash, said Roz Taylor Jordan, supervising casting producer.

Locals will be given a special gift for first time visits, she added.

The production moved to the neighborhood after construction bumped it from KTLA on Van Ness and Sunset.

Dressed as bananas, leopards and jugglers in hopes of being chosen by host Wayne Brady as “traders,” guests vie for a chance to win trips, cars, jewelry and money in the half hour show.

“We encourage people to dress however they feel appropriate for daytime television to get noticed. It’s a fun show,” Taylor Jordan said.

Tapings are Wednesdays through Saturdays. The show airs weekdays at 9 a.m. Originated in the 1960s by original host Monty Hall, the show is produced in countries worldwide.

Call 323-822-7384 for free tickets, or write And, tell them you’re from Larchmont!

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  1. Terese Thode says:

    hi my name is Teresa Thode, I have a question about how old you must be to get into the show and be a part of it at Raleigh Studios, 5300 Melrose Ave. I live in the area and i really love to get tickets to me and any family members who come and visit me from my home Country Denmark in this week, so they can get a real Hollywood experience.
    Hope to hear from you.
    thank you in advance

    Terese Thode

  2. Kathy says:

    This is awful for those of us that live close to Raleigh. Everyday they tape (which is 4 days a week) that’s 150-200 people in my neighborhood taking up precious parking spaces. They shoot three shows a day. It’s costing me more gas driving around, more time, and much sanity.

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