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Ten Iconic Sitcoms Set in Manhattan, NYC

Ten Iconic Sitcoms More TV shows are set in New York City than any other city in the country. How many of our favorite fictional families could have been neighbors? Set in Manhattan, NYC "The Odd Couple" "Seinfeld" 129 W. 81st St., Apt. 5A Comedic legend Jerry Seinfeld lived on the Upper West Side across from his buddy Kramer in this classic and insanely popular "show about nothing." 1049 Park Ave. With a perfect clash of personalities, Felix the neat-freak and Oscar the slob lived together in this Upper East Side apartment after becoming bachelors due to their divorces. "How IMet Your Mother" W. 75th St. and Amsterdam "Sex and the City" 245 E. 73rd St. Single and fabulous Carrie Bradshaw lived at this chic Ted Mosby searched for his soulmate in New York between legendary moments on the Upper West Side with his pals at apartment on the Upper East Side as she experienced love and loss MacLaren's – the pub on the first floor of his apartment building. with her best friends at her side. "Diff'rent Strokes" "I Love Lucy" 623 E. 68th St., Apt. 4A The quirky housewife Lucy Ricardo lived at this fictional Upper East Side address with her husband 697 Park Ave., 30th Floor At the Drummond's Park Avenue penthouse on the Upper East Side lived a mash-up family that broke cultural barriers and captivated and son as she dreamed up audiences for almost a decade. hilarious schemes that entertained viewers for decades. "Who's the Boss?" 323 E. 57th St. "30 Rock" 30 Rockefeller Plaza This series centers on the antics of While the Bowers' house was set Liz Lemon, a socially awkward yet in Fairfield, Conn., Angela's advertising agency was located in Midtown Manhattan in this gender lovable writer for a fictional sketch comedy show at the real Rockefeller Center in Midtown. role-reversal sitcom. "Friends" 945 Grove St., Apt. 20 "Family Affair" 600 E. 62nd St. Bill Davis went from a wealthy bachelor in his big apartment on the Upper East Side to a father of three when his brother died, setting up a series filled with laughter for this accidental family. TV's favorite buddies from the '90s each lived, at least once, at this funky and bohemian apartment in Greenwich Village. 1951-1957 1970-1975 1984-1992 1994-2004 2005-2013 "I Love Lucy" "The Odd Couple" "Who's the Boss?" "Friends" "How I Met Your Mother" '50s '60s "70s '80s '90s '00s '10s 1998-2004 "Sex and the City" 1966-1971 1978-1986 1989-1998 2006-2013 "Family Affair" "Diff'rent Strokes" "Seinfeld" "30 Rock" Top 10 Settings of U.S. TV Shows as of 2013 1 New York City Metro – 117 shows 6 Miami - 22 shows 2 Los Angeles – 93 shows 7 Boston - 21 shows 3 Chicago - 47 shows 8 Philadelphia – 12 shows 4 Washington, D.C. – 36 shows 9 New Orleans - 8 shows 5 San Francisco – 31 shows 10 Detroit – 7 shows Source:

Ten Iconic Sitcoms Set in Manhattan, NYC

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This infographic features 10 of the most popular US sitcoms in history with a setting in Manhattan, NYC. It shows which neighborhood each series was located in, a timeline of when each series aired, p...


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