Last month I headed to LA for a girls’ trip with my mother-in-law. We spent a week visiting some of our favorite TV and game shows like America’s Funniest Home Videos and The Price is Right! We had so much fun! If you’ve ever wanted to plan a trip to the Los Angeles area and visit your favorite TV shows, it’s pretty easy to grab tickets. I’ll share a bit more on how to do that later.
For now, I want you guys to head to your TV and record the latest episode of America’s Funniest Home Videos on The ABC Television Network, airing this Sunday at 8pm ET. We had amazing seats, so you’ll definitely be able to spot us!
I was invited as media to visit the set. All opinions are my own.
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I’m back in LA this time to visit the set of #afv! I’m currently doing a backstage tour with my MIL! We’re so excited to be here! I wonder if we’ll meet @therealalfonsoribeiro while here for the live taping! PS we get to vote on the funniest videos too! ? ##AbcTvEvent #abcpartner #losangeles #california #travelblogger #funnyvideos #backstage #tv #tvshows #entertainment
America’s Funniest Home Videos
On this episode:
Kids are pranked by their parents into eating caramel-covered onions, and a mailman climbs up a pole to escape a dog who chases him. Kids say funny things, including one who thinks gravy is a vegetable, and parents lip-synch to their kids’ tantrums, and more!
Missed the episode? You can catch AFV streaming on demand.
In its 29 seasons to date, “America’s Funniest Home Videos” has given away over $15 million in prize money and evaluated more than 2 million video clips from home viewers. Viewers wishing to submit home videos to “America’s Funniest Home Videos” should visit www.AFV.com for details.
How to get tickets to AFV:
Head to abc.com and view the schedule. Tickets are typically released 30 days prior to the show date. I highly recommend saving the site to your favorites and checking daily by refreshing your screen. New shows are released all the time – some just a week before the show date. Popular shows will sell out very quickly so remember to check daily!
Alfonso comes out and talks to the audience for a bit before showtime. He’s down-to-earth and professional. You can feel good about bringing the kids along to this live show. I highly recommend bringing a sweater or jacket. The studio is very cold. I also recommend reading the fine print on your tickets for attire requirements. AFV, in particular, will seat those that are dressed up closer to the cameras.
Grab the family and tune in tonight at 8pm ET for another laugh out loud episode of America’s Funniest Home Videos!