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15 hours ago, DaytimeFan said:


The shows apparently have a guaranteed 5 years to shoot at Television City. But I'll believe that when it comes to pass. I think we'll see some of them move to the CBS Studio Centre earlier than that.

I agree. The game shows and Corden will probably leave as soon as possible. B&B and Y&R with their massive number of sets and the fact that they are NOT owned/produced by CBS are completely different story. 

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