Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays (biweekly)
307 Atlantic Street, Stamford, CT 06901 – (The Rich Forum Theater).
What should I bring?
All audience members must be at least 18 years old. Everyone in your party must present a valid government identification card with proof of age. Your ID must have a photo, your name, and birth date. Acceptable forms of identification include: State issued driver’s license, State ID, Military ID, or Passport.
What is not allowed in the studio?
Large luggage, sharp metal objects, firearms, weapons, wallet chains, mace and open bottles that contain fluid are not allowed at the studio. Phones must be turned off during the actual taping of the show. Cell phone pictures may only be taken BEFORE AND/OR AFTER the show.
Is there transportation provided for this show?
No. You must provide your own transportation to the studio located in Stamford, CT.
How do I get to the studio?
From I-95 Northbound – Take Exit 8, turn left off ramp onto Atlantic St.
From I-95 Southbound – Take Exit 7, go to second light and turn right onto Atlantic St.
From Merritt Parkway Southbound – Take Exit 34, turn onto High Ridge Road/Route 137 South, go approximately 4 miles, High Ridge Road becomes Summer Street (one-way), make left on Broad Street, turn right onto Atlantic St. The studio is located on corner of Atlantic Street and Tresser Boulevard.
From Merritt Parkway Northbound – Take Exit 34, turn right onto Long Ridge Road/Route 104 South, go approximately4 miles, Long Ridge Road becomes Summer Street (one-way), make left on Broad Street, turn right onto Atlantic St. The studio is located on corner of Atlantic Street and Tresser Boulevard.
From NYC – Take the Metro North (New Haven Line) from Grand Central Terminal to Stamford, CT. The studio is located two blocks from the Metro North station on the corner of Atlantic Street and Tresser Boulevard. There is a large marquee on the outside of the building.
For train schedules, visit www.mta.info
Is there parking near the studio?
Parking is located at the Rich Forum Theater on Tresser Boulevard. Cash and credit cards are accepted for parking fees. Parking costs $1.00 per hour or $10.00 for the entire day.
What should I wear to the studio?
Dress as if you are going on an interview. Dress to impress, you will be seen on TV Solid, jewel toned colors (blue, red, green etc. look best on camera.) Dress as professionally as possible (Men-Button downs shirts/suit etc. and women cardigan/blazer over top.
Are there things that I shouldn’t wear?
The dress code is strictly enforced. Please do not wear t-shirts, jerseys, sweatshirts, sweatpants, sports attire, tank tops, all white outfits, costumes, sunglasses, hats, du-rags or any other clothing that would be inappropriate for a studio audience. DO NOT WEAR ANYTHING WITH A LOGO, DECAL, or BRAND NAME on it. If your clothing is deemed inappropriate, you may be asked to turn it inside out. Coats/jackets must be removed before taping begins. We have the right to deny anyone who does not follow these guidelines.
Will I be going through a metal detector?
Yes. For your safety, all audience members will be screened by security and will go through a metal detector. Please notify our staff of any medical conditions.
Individuals with disabilities
We are committed to making Judge Jerry equally accessible to persons with disabilities. If you or anyone in your party requires accommodation because of accessibility to attend the show, please let us know when you call to book your tickets or before the show date. We provide accessible seating (including companion seating) and other accommodations at all tapings to persons with disabilities however, the availability of accessible seating cannot be assured if the number of audience members requiring accessible seating on any given taping day exceeds the allotted number of seats. Reservations for accessible seating will be held until the scheduled arrival time. Any remaining, unreserved accessible seating will be available only on a first-come, first-served basis. Guests with service animals should call 877-747-8383 before the taping date to ensure sufficient space for the service animal.
If I cannot attend, can I give the tickets to a friend or family member?
Yes, tickets are TRANSFERABLE. Please call or text 475-333-1020 to change the ticket holder’s name.
Can I bring a group?
We encourage groups however; you must be able to provide transportation in order to attend. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule your group’s attendance to the show.
Are there tickets available for charity/auctions?
Yes. Please email email@example.com with your organizations name, contact information and charity request. Please feel free to attach any forms that need to be filled out. You can also mail this information to:
Judge Jerry Audience Department
15 Bank Street, 4th Floor
Stamford, CT 06901